|Format:||DVD Video (1-2 hours) Instructions|
|Details:||DVD recording (82 minutes) with electronic manual and instructions.|
- Why is this approach to behavior change useful in teaching “difficult” patients on lifestyle change?
- What usually happens in brief consultations about lifestyle change and medication use? The “Righting Reflex” and other challenges
- Helping patients to harness their own motivation for change
- The evidence base for MI
- Getting alongside patients as they make decisions: the “spirit of MI”
- Rapid engagement & a 20% rule
- A new framework for practice: engage, focus, evoke and plan
- Addressing obesity, smoking cessation, alcohol/drug abuse, exercise and uncontrolled diabetes
- Slowing your pace down
- Adjusting your attitude and style
- The skills involved
- Describe what typically happens in consultations about lifestyle change and medication use.
- Explain why and how motivational interviewing can fit into everyday practice.
- Develop several of the skills involved and the changes you can make in practice.
About the Speaker:
Stephen Rollnick, Ph.D. is on the faculty in the Department of Primary Care & Public Health at Cardiff University, Wales. He has also worked for many years as a clinical psychologist in the British National Health Service. With a background in the addiction field, his interest turned to consultations about behavior change in wider mental health & healthcare practice, where practitioners try to encourage clients to change their lifestyle and use of medication. Dr. Rollnick’s research and teaching activity is now focused on the behavior of practitioners and other topics. He has trained practitioners in many countries and continents, and has published a wide range of research papers, articles and books.
- Co-author, with William R. Miller, of key texts on motivational interviewing, including the recently published Motivational Interviewing: Helping People Change, 3rd Edition
- 25 years’ experience working with therapists and practitioners across the globe
- Co-founder and leading member of the international Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT)
- Clinical expertise in addiction, panic and anxiety, HIV-AIDS, chronic illness and depression