Motivational interviewing: Increasing readiness for change

TitleMotivational interviewing: Increasing readiness for change
Publication TypeBook Chapter
Year of Publication1996
AuthorsRollnick, S, Morgan, M
EditorWashton, AM
Book TitlePsychotherapy and substance abuse: A practitioner's handbook
Series TitleGuilford substance abuse series
PublisherGuilford Press
Place PublishedNew York, NY
Publication Languageeng
ISBN Number0-89862-838-51-57230-202-X
Keywordsambivalence, Counseling, Drug Addiction, Drug Rehabilitation, interviewing, Motivation, motivational interviewing, motivational interviewing in resolving ambivalence in counseling, patients with drug addiction

(from the chapter) ambivalence about change is close to the heart of any [drug addiction] problem / how can a counselor provide a client with the opportunity to resolve this ambivalence / focus [on] motivational interviewing (chapter)practice of motivational interviewing [client-centered counseling skills, eliciting self-motivating statements, 2 phases of motivational interviewing, dealing with resistance, exchanging information, spirit of motivational interviewing] / special advantages and limitations / patient–treatment matching considerations / cost considerations / evidence of effectiveness (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2010 APA, all rights reserved) (chapter)

Go to top