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Fundamentals of motivational interviewing : tips and strategies for addressing common clinical challenges

Author: Julie A Schumacher; Michael B Madson
Publisher: New York : Oxford University Press, [2015]
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"Motivational interviewing (MI) is an evidence-based communication style that has applicability to diverse professions ranging from mental and physical healthcare to criminal justice. Professionals use MI to help patients/clients harness their own internal motivations for change and become active partners in developing plans for change. Using MI, a professional can guide patients/clients to make positive changes in
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Julie A Schumacher; Michael B Madson
ISBN: 9780199354634 0199354634
OCLC Number: 881824268
Description: 222 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Part I: Motivational Interviewing Overview. 1: Introduction ; 2: Foundational Concepts and Skills ; 3: The Four Processes of MI --
Part II: Motivational Interviewing for Clinical Challenges. 4. Less Ready to Change : Clinical Challenge 1: No Shows, Clinical Challenge 2 : Non-adherence, Clinical Challenge 3 : Client Involved in the Legal System ; 5. Loss of Momentum : Cnical Challenge 1 : Slow Progress, Clinical Challenge 2 : Lapse and Relapse, Clinical Challenge 3 : Overly Ambitious Expectations ; 6. Psychiatric Symptoms and Disorders : Clinical Challenge 1 : Depression, Clinical Challenge 2 : Anxiety, Trauma-retated, and obsessive compulsive disorders, Clinical Challenge 3 : Psychotic Symptoms ; 7: Working with Multiple Individuals : Clinical Challenge 1 Parents, Clinical Challenge 2 : Groups ; 8: Learning to Use and Implement MI : Training Challenge 1 : Clients who Frustrate You, Training Challenge 2 : Clients Like You --
Conclusion --
References --
About the Authors --
Index.
Responsibility: Julie A. Schumacher, Michael B. Madson.
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