Evaluation of motivational interviewing in the treatment of alcohol related problems
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Evaluation of motivational interviewing in the treatment of alcohol related problems A proposal for the effectiveness of the decisional balance and motivational interviewing compared with motivational interviewing only. by Steven Robertson

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Published by University of Paisley in Paisley .
Written in English

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SeriesAlcohol and Drugs Studies
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Open LibraryOL18370899M

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alcohol field is motivational interviewing, and this is the topic of Chapter 7 by Rollnick & Allison. Beginning with a classic article by W.R. Miller in , the principles and methods. Motivational Interviewing in the Treatment of Psychological Problems, Second Edition (Applications of Motivational Interviewing Hal Arkowitz PhD, William R. Miller Phd, Stephen Rollnick PhD This authoritative guide has given tens of thousands of clinicians proven tools for helping clients resolve ambivalence and mobilize their energy. To measure the effects of motivational interviewing on substance abuse in substance abusers. By ‘substance abusers’ we mean persons for whom someone views their substance use as a problem. This includes problem drinkers. We exclude substance Cited by: 6. “Motivational interviewing is a person-centered counseling style for addressing the common problem of ambivalence about change.” Miller, W.R. & Rollnick, S. (). Motivational Interviewing: Preparing People for Change, 3rdEd, p.

  The last three decades have seen an explosion of social, psychological and clinical research to identify effective strategies to prevent and treat alcohol-related problems. This “Essential Handbook” contains an updated selection of reviews of “what works” drawn from the critically acclaimed International Handbook of Alcohol Dependence and Problems. Motivational Interviewing and Motivational Enhancement Therapy Stages of Change (SOC) model related to substance misuse and recovery from addiction. Drug and alcohol treatment service providers. • Mental health service providers, such as psychologists, licensed clinical social workers.   Motivational enhancement therapy is a specific type of motivational interviewing that involves structured feedback and future planning. Motivational enhancement therapy begins with an extensive assessment of the client’s history of substance abuse and co-occurring mental health issues. The assessment is followed by four sessions. The drug court movement promotes what action with individuals whose legal problems are related to their addiction? 1. decarceration-treatment in the community. According to the book, all of the following are themes in the history of substance abuse and addiction except: 2 A major focus in motivational interviewing is to help clients: 8.

Abstract Motivational interviewing has been employed extensively and successfully among people with alcohol and other drug problems in order to enhance involvement in .   Motivational Interviewing (MI) is a specific approach in psychotherapy that began when William Miller published an article that covered principles for interviewing .   What Is Motivational Interviewing? Motivational interviewing is a psychotherapeutic approach that attempts to move an individual away from a state of indecision or uncertainty and towards finding motivation to making positive decisions and accomplishing established goals.. Motivational interviewing was formed 30 years ago by William R. Miller and Stephen Rollnick as a way to push . Substance abuse treatment program such as the use of Motivational Interviewing remains the cornerstone of change of addiction behavior because MI is associated with positive behavioral change which results to a reduction in criminal activity, mortality and reduction in hospitalization secondary to substance abuse. MOTIVATIONAL INTERVIEWING