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Jon larson ed d m s l c p c c r c assistant professor illinois institute of technology

  • Motivational Interviewing Tools for Employment Practitioners Working with Individuals with Disabilities

  • February, 2012

  • Southern University

Jon Larson, Ed.D., M.S., L.C.P.C., C.R.C.

Assistant Professor

Illinois Institute of Technology

Chicago, IL

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Jon larson ed d m s l c p c c r c assistant professor illinois institute of technology

  • Overview: Good News

  • reduces financial strain on government programs.

  • defines self-identity.

  • provides economic resources.

  • builds social connections.

  • improves quality of life.

(Baron, 2000; Drake, McHugo, Becker, Anthony, & Clark, 1996; Kouzis & Eaton, 2000; Polak & Warner, 1996; The National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research, 2005)

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Jon larson ed d m s l c p c c r c assistant professor illinois institute of technology

  • Resources

  • Miller, W.R., & Rollnick, S. (2002). MI:

  • Preparing people for change. New York:

  • Guilford Press.

  • Larson. J.E. (2008). User-Friendly Motivational Interviewing and Evidence-Based Supported Employment Tools for Employment Practitioners. Journal of Rehabilitation, 74(4).

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Jon larson ed d m s l c p c c r c assistant professor illinois institute of technology

  • Resources

  • Becker, D.R., & Drake, R.E. (2003). A

  • working life: The individual placement

  • and support program. Oxford, England:

  • Oxford University Press.

  • Bissonnette, D. (1994). Beyond

  • traditional job development.

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Jon larson ed d m s l c p c c r c assistant professor illinois institute of technology

  • Resources

  • Substance Abuse and Mental Health

  • Services AdministrationSupported

  • Employment Tool Kit. Found at:

  • http://mentalhealth.samhsa.gov/cmhs/

  • communitysupport/toolkits/employment/

  • The Promise of Evidence-Based Practices and

  • Recovery for Persons with Severe Mental Illness:

  • Perspectives for Rehabilitation Professionals, Chapter

  • 3. The 33rd Institute of Rehabilitation Issues. Office of

  • Special Education and Rehabilitation Services.

  • (2008).

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Jon larson ed d m s l c p c c r c assistant professor illinois institute of technology

  • IPSMI Intervention Framework

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Jon larson ed d m s l c p c c r c assistant professor illinois institute of technology

  • Motivational Interviewing

  • Enhancement technique for behavioral change through identifying and resolving ambivalence and discrepancies between verbal and behavioral actions.

    • costs/benefits analysis

    • discuss the readiness ruler

    • engage with active listening

    • promote change talk

    • avoid arguments

    • ask for permission

    • support self-efficacy

(Miller & Rollnick, 2002)

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Motivational interviewing five early strategies

Motivational InterviewingFive Early Strategies

  • Ask open-ended questions

  • Listen reflectively

  • Affirm

  • Summarize

  • Elicit self-motivational statements

  • What are these?: problem recognition, expression of concern, intention to change, optimism about change

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Five basic principles of motivational interviewing

Five Basic Principles of Motivational Interviewing

  • Express empathy

  • Develop discrepancy

  • Avoid argumentation

  • Roll with resistance

  • Support self-efficacy

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