Motivational Interviewing in Health Care: Helping Patients Change Behavior

Motivational Interviewing in Health Care Helping Patients Change Behavior Much of health care today involves helping patients manage conditions whose outcomes can be greatly influenced by lifestyle or behavior change Written specifically for health care professionals this

  • Title: Motivational Interviewing in Health Care: Helping Patients Change Behavior
  • Author: Stephen Rollnick William R. Miller Christopher C. Butler
  • ISBN: 9781593856120
  • Page: 416
  • Format: Paperback
  • Motivational Interviewing in Health Care: Helping Patients Change Behavior

    Much of health care today involves helping patients manage conditions whose outcomes can be greatly influenced by lifestyle or behavior change Written specifically for health care professionals, this concise book presents powerful tools to enhance communication with patients and guide them in making choices to improve their health, from weight loss, exercise, and smokingMuch of health care today involves helping patients manage conditions whose outcomes can be greatly influenced by lifestyle or behavior change Written specifically for health care professionals, this concise book presents powerful tools to enhance communication with patients and guide them in making choices to improve their health, from weight loss, exercise, and smoking cessation, to medication adherence and safer sex practices Engaging dialogues and vignettes bring to life the core skills of motivational interviewing MI and show how to incorporate this brief evidence based approach into any health care setting Appendices include MI training resources and publications on specific medical conditions This book is in the Applications of Motivational Interviewing series, edited by Stephen Rollnick, William R Miller, and Theresa B Moyers.

    Motivational Interviewing Helping People Change, rd This bestselling work for professionals and students is the authoritative presentation of motivational interviewing MI , the powerful approach to facilitating change. Motivational Interviewing AAP What is MI and is it effective Motivational interviewing MI is a patient centered method for enhancing intrinsic motivation to change health behavior by exploring and resolving ambivalence. All about Motivational Interview MI Motivational Motivational Interview has two goals The first one is to find a way how to increase motivation the second one is about committing MI is created to help clients in expressing and understanding their needs it is helping them to find motivation, focus and a way to commit to the change. Motivational Interview An Inner Look At Yourself And Motivational interview deals with preparing people for a change It is a client centric directive method for improving internal motivation Motivational Interviewing Health Promotion Sports Motivational interviewing is a client centered, goal oriented method of interacting with people to help them change their health behaviors Motivational interviewing enhances a person s own intrinsic motivation to change by exploring and resolving ambivalence. Motivational Interviewing Assessment Supervisory Tools Findings from the NIDA Clinical Trials Network CTN protocol documented that Motivational Interviewing MI resulted in higher retention rates during the first days of treatment compared to standard interventions. Motivational Interviewing Training Facebook page welcome to the motivational interviewing training web site this site is intended to provide resources, training opportunities, consulting and supervision in the following areas Final Motivational Techniques and Skills Motivational Techniques and Skills Sobell and Sobell Availableonlineat Stephen Rollnick Motivational interviewing is a collaborative, goal oriented style of communication with particular attention to the language of change It is designed to strengthen personal motivation for and commitment to a specific goal by eliciting and exploring the person s own reasons for change within an atmosphere of acceptance and compassion. Motivational interviewing in brief consultations This module explains what motivational interviewing is, its uses, and explanations.

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    1. Jen

      I read this mostly to help me improve my Motivational Interviewing skills at work. I found some areas in which I need to improve. For example, sometimes I end a reflective statement with a higher tone of voice, almost like I'm asking a question. I also tend to follow an open ended question immediately with a closed ended question, causing the patient to only focus on my closed ended question. I need to work on my summarizing too-it's not my favorite thing to do. I'm going to try and read more bo [...]

    2. emily blasik

      Have you ever left your doctor's office feeling as if your observations/concerns/questions about your health weren't fully heard or answered? That's our modern healthcare system for you: quick, efficient, and sorely lacking in empathy. While the basic problem-solution approach is great for emergency situations (when time is of the essence!), chronic sufferers and preventative care patients would greatly benefit from just a few minutes of every day, old-fashioned conversation with their medical p [...]

    3. M.S. Balcilar

      Although the primary purpose of this book is to define and describe an approach to one-to-one health care consultations, it is also usefull for reader whose aim is just gain some personal development abilities like me. In addition to learn how to motivate people and make them change, personally, I found an opportunity to evaluate the medical doctors behaviours. After that book, I undestood why I like some doctors more than others. It is not just depends on their professionality but also their st [...]

    4. Phillip

      A good, manageable introduction into Motivational Interviewing for those working in a healthcare setting. Having never read the main book or gotten extensive training in MI, I cannot say whether or not this cut out too much of it to be successful. However, after reading it I definitely thought it reinforced important skills and provided a good jumping off point. I particularly liked the consultation examples provided near the end of the book. I don't think reading this book is enough to really g [...]

    5. Karen

      There was a bit of a mismatch here for me. I am a health counselor, but it is a counselor type of position. This book is much more aimed for the clinical setting, especially where time with each client is very limited. They are directing this book much more to Doctors, Nurses and their aids than to someone like me.That said, as a Holistic Health Coach, the concepts set forth are extremely helpful. Since my job is to actually coach people through the changes that doctors are guiding them to make, [...]

    6. Maan Kawas

      A very good book that provides clear information on the concept, principles, tools, and skills of the ‘Motivational Interviewing” in general, and its use within the health care context in particular! One of the key points the book stressed is the importance of eliciting from patients their own good motivation for making health-related behavior change, using various strategies and tools. The books explain the overall spirit of the approach in the following points: “collaborative, evocative, [...]

    7. Cyndie

      For every medical professional who has ever wanted to bang their head into a wall due to patient non-compliance despite strong patient understanding of their condition and its risks. This book explains so many phenomenon we experience in practice, especially why patients resist making health changes more the more evidence for the importance of those changes we present. Using case based examples this book presents an alternative listening, problem-solving based approach that still is fueled by th [...]

    8. Myridian

      This book tries to do basically what the title says, present motivational interviewing techniques geared toward a healthcare (really primary care) setting. The information is good and I am a believes in the techniques it was just oversimplified for someone who's already been to trainings and read the original Miller & Rollnick book. I would recommend this to people who think they need what the title says, but for someone at more of an intermediate level with MI, just go back to the original [...]

    9. Julie

      This book describes how a social worker, MD, RN or other health care professional can talk to a patient about behavioral changes necessary for improving their health in such a way that the patient is motivated to change. This is done through enouraging the person to identify why, how much, and how they'd want to make changes, rather than the professional trying to argue, persuade, or guilt them into it. The authors, (and now I) are convinced that this is most effective way to encourage adult pat [...]

    10. Patty

      I had to read this for one of my classes and the information is helpful. However, it rambled and really got hard to follow in the last 1/4 of the book. Maybe my motivation was waning and the book was fineI don't know. In any case, I learned about motivational interviewing and guidelines on how to do it. The examples helped. I think the content could have been organized a little better to make it easier to grasp. Probably could have cut 50 pages out, too, and not even noticed.

    11. Becky Webb

      This book is amazing! Although the technique takes some practice it can be used in so many parts of life, not just in a medical practice. For anyone who wants to improve their communication skills I recommend it!

    12. Spieges

      Surprisingly good book if you are looking to improve your communication skills. While this book was written for the healthcare provider, I can see it's application across many interactions, including anyone with kids. It's a quick and easy read. Very informative.

    13. Jay Gottschalk

      An essential guide for clinicians in every healthcare environmentMI is a tool that has been around for some time, but little taught in academic or clinical settings. Do yourself and you patients a favor and read this book.

    14. Joy

      InterestingI can think of a lot of different ways and circumstances in which this would be useful. I would especially recommend it to anyone in social services or medicine.

    15. Olwen

      Great reference for revisiting the principles of motivational interviewing specifically in relation to health care. Easy to read and understand, well set out.

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