Motivating People for Behavior Change. Christine Fiore, Ph.D., University of Montana Department of Psychology October 19, 2007 Billings, MT. Motivational Interviewing -. Introductions Hopes & Limitations Background of Participants/Settings you work in
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Christine Fiore, Ph.D.,
University of Montana
Department of Psychology
October 19, 2007 Billings, MT
We often are assigned roles or tasks without the assistance of knowing ‘how to’ manage those who don’t ‘just do it’. We are not given the knowledge or tools to work with people who don’t want what we have to offer or are not ready to do what is required to succeed. We miss opportunities!
Theories of motivation can provide us the framework for motivating people to change-
You work in a setting where goal-setting is a mandate
Work with choices and readiness to define that direction:
Maintain an MI approach keeping GRACE and OARS at the forefront; is there a place for ICR?