Motivational Interviewing - E-Book
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Motivational interviewing techniques aim to encourage the individual to decide to change their behavior wherever an individual is ambivalent about changing that behavior. While motivational interviewing techniques can be applied to a wide range of mental disorders and problems in living, they were first developed for use with individuals with substance abuse problems.
Motivation is the key to change Personal change orientation is a key factor in anger management/executive coaching. Resistance to change is especially common in mandated clients. Changing ingrained behavior naturally causes resistant. Without motivation to change, no change is likely regardless of the intervention used.
An effective model for helping people change their behavior. The key to success is dependant on the facilitator’s ability to get the client to take an active role in the process. This style of interviewing can be perfected with constant practice.