Motivational Interviewing Strategies and Techniques: Rationales and Examples

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What we have learned from Motivational Interviewing is that how information is presented can affect how it is received. When relevant, new information should be presented in a neutral, nonjudgmental, and sensitive manner that empowers clients to make more informed decisions about quitting or changing a risky or problem behavior.

The following paper outlines some of the Motivational Interviewing Strategies and Techniques with rationales and examples of sample questions.

Motivational Interviewing Rationale and Techniques

 

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