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Stein LAR, Colby SM, Barnett NP, Monti PM, Golembeske C, Lebeau-Craven R, Miranda R. Enhancing substance abuse treatment engagement in incarcerated adolescents. Psychological Services [Internet]. 2006 [cited *1];3:25-34. Available from: 10.1037/1541-1559.3.1.0
Carey KB, Purnine DM, Maisto SA, Carey MP. Enhancing readiness-to-change substance abuse in persons with schizophrenia. A four-session motivation-based intervention. Behavior Modification [Internet]. 2001 ;25:331-384. Available from:
Tantillo M, Bitter CN, Adams B. Enhancing readiness for eating disorder treatment: A relational/motivational group model for change. Eating Disorders [Internet]. 2001 ;9:203-216. Available from:
Miller WR. Enhancing patient motivation for health behavior change. Journal of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation [Internet]. 2005 ;25:207-209. Available from:
Yahne CE, Miller WR. Enhancing motivation for treatment and change. In: McCrady BS, Epstein EE Addictions: A comprehensive guidebook. Addictions: A comprehensive guidebook. New York, NY: Oxford University Press; 1999. pp. 235-249. Available from:
Vitousek K, Watson S, Wilson GT. Enhancing motivation for change in treatment-resistant eating disorders. Clinical Psychology Review [Internet]. 1998 ;18:391-420. Available from:
Miller WR, Benefield RG, Tonigan JS. Enhancing motivation for change in problem drinking: A controlled comparison of two therapist styles. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology [Internet]. 1993 [cited *1];61:455-461. Available from:
Miller WR. Enhancing motivation for change. In: Miller WR, Heather N Treating addictive behaviors. 2ndnd ed. Treating addictive behaviors. New York, NY: Plenum Press; 1998. pp. 121-132. Available from:
Grote NK, Swartz HA, Zuckoff A. Enhancing interpersonal psychotherapy for mothers and expectant mothers on low incomes: Adaptations and additions. Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy [Internet]. 2008 ;38:23-33. Available from: 10.1007/s10879-007-9065-x
Murphy RT. Enhancing combat veterans' motivation to change posttraumatic stress disorder symptoms and other problem behaviors. In: Arkowitz H, Westra HA, Miller WR, Rollnick S Motivational interviewing in the treatment of psychological problems. Motivational interviewing in the treatment of psychological problems. New York, NY: Guilford Press; 2008. pp. 57-84. Available from:
McKay D, Bouman TK. Enhancing cognitive-behavioral therapy for monosymptomatic hypochondriasis with motivational interviewing: Three case illustrations. Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy [Internet]. 2008 [cited 1];22:154-166. Available from:
McKee SA, Carroll KM, Sinha R, Robinson JE, Nich C, Cavallo D, O'Malley S. Enhancing brief cognitive-behavioral therapy with motivational enhancement techniques in cocaine users. Drug and Alcohol Dependence [Internet]. 2007 [cited *1];91:97-101. Available from:
Aliotta SL, Vlasnik JJ, DeLor B. Enhancing adherence to long-term medical therapy: A new approach to assessing and treating patients. Advances in Therapy [Internet]. 2004 ;21:214-231. Available from:
Dolan-Mullen P, DiClemente CC, Velasquez MM, Timpson SC, Groff JY, Carbonari JP, Nicol L. Enhanced prenatal case management for low income smokers. Tobacco Control [Internet]. 2000 [cited *1];9:iii75-iii77. Available from:
Sinha R, Easton C, Renee-Aubin L, Carroll KM. Engaging young probation-referred marijuana-abusing individuals in treatment: A pilot trial. American Journal on Addictions [Internet]. 2003 [cited *1];12:314-323. Available from:
Grote NK, Zuckoff A, Swartz H, Bledsoe SE, Geibel S. Engaging women who are depressed and economically disadvantaged in mental health treatment. Social Work [Internet]. 2007 ;52:295-308. Available from:
Strang J, McCambridge J, Platts S, Groves P. Engaging the reluctant GP in care of the opiate misuser: Pilot study of change-orientated reflective listening (CORL). Family Practice [Internet]. 2004 [cited 3];21:150-154. Available from:
Steinberg ML. Engaging smokers with schizophrenia in treatment for tobacco dependence: A brief motivational interviewing intervention. [Internet]. 2003 [cited *1]. Available from:
Krejci J, Foulds J. Engaging patients in tobacco dependence treatment: Assessment and motivational techniques. Psychiatric Annals [Internet]. 2003 ;33:436-444. Available from:
Añez LM, Silva MA, Paris, Manuel J, Bedregal LE. Engaging Latinos through the integration of cultural values and motivational interviewing principles. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice [Internet]. 2008 ;39:153-159. Available from:
Swartz HA, Zuckoff A, Grote NK, Spielvogle HN, Bledsoe SE, Shear KM, Frank E. Engaging depressed patients in psychotherapy: Integrating techniques from motivational interviewing and ethnographic interviewing to improve treatment participation. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice [Internet]. 2007 ;38:430-439. Available from:
Tallant C, Sambrook M, Green S. Engagement skills: Best practice or effective practice?. In: Green S, Lancaster E, Feasey S Addressing offending behaviour: Context, practice and values. Addressing offending behaviour: Context, practice and values. Devon, UK: Willan; 2008. pp. 75-92. Available from:
Treasure JL, Katzman M, Schmidt U, Troop N, Todd G, de Silva P. Engagement and outcome in the treatment of bulimia nervosa: First phase of a sequential design comparing motivation enhancement therapy and cognitive behavioural therapy. Behavior Research and Therapy [Internet]. 1999 [cited *1];37:405-418. Available from:
Zuckoff A, Daley D. Engagement and adherence issues in treating persons with non-psychosis dual disorders. American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation [Internet]. 2001 ;5:131-162. Available from:
Barth T, Bortveit T, Prescott P. Endringsfokusert rådgivning. Oslo: Gyldendal; 2001.


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