Building Motivational Interviewing Skills : A Practitioner Workbook
New to This Edition
*Fully revised and restructured around the new four-process model of MI.
*Chapters on exploring values and goals and "finding the horizon."
*Additional exercises, now with downloadable worksheets.
*Teaches how to tailor OARS skills for each MI process.
*Integrates key ideas from positive psychology.
Winner (First Place)--American Journal of Nursing Book of the Year Award, Adult Primary Care Category
This book is in the Applications of Motivational Interviewing series, edited by Stephen Rollnick, William R. Miller, and Theresa B. Moyers.
- Paperback | 513 pages
- 203 x 267 x 27.94mm | 1,094g
- 18 Oct 2017
- Guilford Publications
- New York, United States
- New edition
- 2nd New edition
Other books in this series
03 Mar 2016
18 Oct 2017
16 Feb 2017
18 Jan 2013
23 Sep 2015
04 Nov 2016
07 Sep 2015
29 Mar 2016
25 Sep 2015
27 Jan 2016
Table of contents
2. What Is MI and Why Use It?
3. Introduction to the Four Processes
II. Engaging: The Relational Foundation
4. The Use of OARS: Reflective Listening
5. The Use of OARS: Open-Ended Questions, Affirmations, and Summaries
6. Exploring Values and Goals
III. Focusing: The Strategic Direction
7. Finding the Horizon
8. Exchanging Information
IV. Evoking: Preparation for Change
9. Recognizing Change and Sustain Talk
10. Evoking Motivation
11. Responding to Sustain Talk and Dancing with Discord
V. Planning: The Bridge to Change
12. Transitioning into Planning
13. Developing a Change Plan, Strengthening Commitment, and Supporting Change
VI. The Practice of MI
14. Learning MI
Appendix. Establishing an MI Learning Community
"Regardless of your theoretical orientation, this book presents MI in a usable and engaging style. It offers practical, 'how-to' information that can readily be applied in practice. This book is relevant for clinicians new to MI, as well as experienced practitioners looking to hone their skills."--Nancy M. Petry, PhD, Professor of Medicine, UConn Health
"This book is simple and practical, yet sophisticated and highly informed by theory. What really shines through is the clear thinking in the explanations and carefully chosen examples of good MI, which are among the best out there. The book works well as a study guide for those who have taken an introductory workshop and want to improve their practice; MI trainers will want to read it for the many training ideas."--Guy Undrill, PhD, MRCPsych, Consultant Psychiatrist, 2gether NHS Foundation Trust, United Kingdom; member, Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT)
"Rosengren has done it again! This valuable second edition will replace many a well-worn, dog-eared copy on the bookshelves of seasoned clinicians, and it is a 'must read' for trainees. This volume incorporates updated concepts of MI, including the four-process model. It is chock-full of user-friendly, field-tested exercises that facilitate learning of not only the concepts, but also the spirit of MI. Few authors have as thorough an understanding of how to teach others to use MI. Rosengren is a veteran trainer whose wisdom comes through--as do his warmth and humor. I will use this book in all of my classes for social workers, psychologists, and medical students alike."--Mary Marden Velasquez, PhD, Director, Health Behavior Research and Training Institute, School of Social Work, The University of Texas at Austin
"No matter what kind of clients you treat, as a mental health clinician you're bound to come across clients who are ambivalent about changing behavior--whether it's not recognizing the problem, not committing to change, or not sticking with the treatment plan. Rosengren gives you solid tools for how to help these clients get moving along the path to change. Packed with case examples and experiential exercises, this book is a great resource that will be a powerful addition to your clinical toolbox."--David F. Tolin, PhD, ABPP, Director, Anxiety Disorders Center, The Institute of Living-Hartford Hospital
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