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Motivational Interviewing

Motivational Interviewing

Motivational Interviewing. “a therapeutic style intended to help clinicians work with patients to address the patient’s fluctuation between opposing behaviors and thoughts.” Source: Miller and Rollnick, Motivational Interviewing 1991. Four Types of Motivational Statements Can Be Identified.

By sherlock_clovis
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Module 11: Persuasion (Building Readiness to Change)

Module 11: Persuasion (Building Readiness to Change)

Module 11: Persuasion (Building Readiness to Change). Objectives. To be able to define “ Persuasion” Stage To be able to define motivational interviewing. To be able to describe the key skills involved in MI. To be able to assess readiness to change.

By Lucy
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Ryan White Part A: Harm Reduction Services

Ryan White Part A: Harm Reduction Services

Ryan White Part A: Harm Reduction Services. Integration of Care Committee HIV Planning Council of New York City Danny Stewart Safe Horizon Streetwork Program May 20, 2011. Streetwork Programs.

By ostinmannual
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Motivational Interviewing: Basic Training

Motivational Interviewing: Basic Training

Alan Lyme, MSW, ICADC, ICCS, SBIRT MI Clinical Supervisor Medical Center of Central Georgia lyme.alan@mccg.org alanlyme@yahoo.com. Motivational Interviewing: Basic Training.

By mathilda
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Using Motivational Interviewing to Decrease No-Shows to Intake & Increase Continuation in Treatment

Using Motivational Interviewing to Decrease No-Shows to Intake & Increase Continuation in Treatment

Using Motivational Interviewing to Decrease No-Shows to Intake & Increase Continuation in Treatment. Elke Rechberger, Ph.D PROTOTYPES. Reduce Waiting & No-Shows  Increase Admissions & Continuation. NIATx Network for the Improvement of Addiction Treatment. A Partnership Between

By aldis
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Person-Centered Therapy

Person-Centered Therapy

Person-Centered Therapy. Person-Centered Therapy. Carl Rogers Fundamentalist upbringing Trained theology and clinical psychology His therapy was a reaction to directive therapies (e.g., psychoanalysis, behavior therapy)

By makani
(576 views)

Treatments for Methamphetamine-Related Disorders I (General)

Treatments for Methamphetamine-Related Disorders I (General)

Treatments for Methamphetamine-Related Disorders I (General). Richard A. Rawson, Ph.D. UCLA Integrated Substance Abuse Programs CATES Conference, August 20, 2004 Sacramento, California. Methamphetamine (MA): Psychiatric Consequences. Paranoid reactions Permanent memory loss

By dusty
(192 views)

Successful Treatment Outcomes Using Motivational Incentives

Successful Treatment Outcomes Using Motivational Incentives

Promoting Awareness of Motivational Incentives. Successful Treatment Outcomes Using Motivational Incentives. F O R P O L I C Y M A K E R S. Are used as a tool to enhance treatment and facilitate recovery Target specific behaviors that are part of a patient treatment plan

By hart
(181 views)

Improving Motivational Interviewing Skills in Community Corrections

Improving Motivational Interviewing Skills in Community Corrections

Improving Motivational Interviewing Skills in Community Corrections. Karen Ingersoll University of Virginia http://ingersolltraining.com Presented to Virginia Community Criminal Justice Association Nov. 14, 2012 Williamsburg, VA. Background.

By iram
(236 views)

Interdisciplinary Approach to Diabetic Care in Free Clinics

Interdisciplinary Approach to Diabetic Care in Free Clinics

Interdisciplinary Approach to Diabetic Care in Free Clinics. Stacy Wolf, BSN, RN, CDE RN Care Coordinator Lauren Caruso, PharmD Clinical Pharmacy Resident Community Outreach Health Clinic (COHC) Community Memorial Hospital Menomonee Falls. COHC Interdisciplinary Team.

By mendel
(133 views)

Treating Tobacco in Substance Abuse Programs: Two States’ Successes National Conference on Tobacco or Health December 1

Treating Tobacco in Substance Abuse Programs: Two States’ Successes National Conference on Tobacco or Health December 1

Treating Tobacco in Substance Abuse Programs: Two States’ Successes National Conference on Tobacco or Health December 11, 2003. Presenters. Janet Smeltz, M.Ed., CADAC, M-CTTS, Institute for Health and Recovery Martha Dwyer, MA, CADAC, Tobacco Dependence Program of UMDNJ-School of Public Health

By ikia
(137 views)

2008 Survey Results

2008 Survey Results

2008 Survey Results. Results indicate 54% fund utilization. Most commonly implemented practices are the following: Mental Health: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Solution-Focused Brief Therapy

By jin
(126 views)

Addiction Training & Workforce Development Initiative

Addiction Training & Workforce Development Initiative

Addiction Training & Workforce Development Initiative. June 24, 2010 DAS Quarterly Provider Meeting. Addiction Training & Workforce Development Initiative . Today’s presentation General Overview of Program Services Initial CADC and CPS Classes Advanced LCADC/CADC Trainings

By phong
(116 views)

SBIRT Screening, Brief Intervention, & Referral to Treatment

SBIRT Screening, Brief Intervention, & Referral to Treatment

SBIRT Screening, Brief Intervention, & Referral to Treatment. Terrie Fritz, LCSW ANNE AND HENRY ZARROW SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK CENTER FOR SOCIAL WORK IN HEALTHCARE. S creening B rief I ntervention and R eferral to T reatment IS :

By denna
(273 views)

Motivational Interviewing

Motivational Interviewing

Motivational Interviewing. Motivational Interviewing:a therapeutic style intended to help clinicians work with clients to address the client’s continuous fluctuation between opposing behaviors and thoughts. . Express EMPATHY through reflective listening.

By lore
(211 views)

MI and CBT Combination, Integration Synergy

MI and CBT Combination, Integration Synergy

MI and CBT Combination, Integration Synergy. Paul Earnshaw Psychological Therapist /Social Worker Sylvie Naar King Associate Professor Clinical Psychologist. Explore combination Integration Synergy in MI CBT. Use an extract from training developed with Rory Allott-thanks.

By iram
(145 views)

In the Diffusion of Innovations Everyone Changes: Linking Practice with Scientific Research

In the Diffusion of Innovations Everyone Changes: Linking Practice with Scientific Research

In the Diffusion of Innovations Everyone Changes: Linking Practice with Scientific Research. James L. Sorensen, Ph.D. University of California, San Francisco and San Francisco General Hospital. American Psychological Association

By iliana
(76 views)

Executive Coaching for Senior Leaders

Executive Coaching for Senior Leaders

Executive Coaching for Senior Leaders. Welcome. Welcome and Day 3 Introductions. Anna Wright & Di Smith, The Staff College. Agenda. Objectives of this course are that participants will:. understand what coaching is

By Leo
(453 views)

Motivational Interviewing

Motivational Interviewing

Motivational Interviewing. Resolve ambivalence, move towards change. Key Aspects. Empathy Nonjudgmental understanding of client’s perspective Develop discrepancy Exploring gaps between current behavior and the lives they would like to lead Avoiding argument

By maurilio
(133 views)

Missouri’s CMHC Healthcare Homes

Missouri’s CMHC Healthcare Homes

Missouri’s CMHC Healthcare Homes. Agenda. Why CMHC Health Homes? Missouri’s Health Homes Preliminary Outcomes and Cost Savings Lessons Learned and Changes Considered. Cardiovascular Disease Is Primary Cause of Death in Persons with Mental Illness. Percentage of deaths.

By mabli
(214 views)

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