Motivational Interviewing in the Health Care Setting

Motivational Interviewing in the Health Care Setting

Motivational Interviewing in the Health Care Setting

Motivational Interviewing in the Health Care Setting

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Motivational interviewing, or MI, has been in the field of behavioral health for the past 30 years, and now it is being used more often in the health care setting to help patients with chronic medical conditions. It is a set of skills that help healthcare providers clearly listen to their patients in the effort to become more attentive to their needs. This course will examine the importance for motivational interviewing, explain why some patients are sometimes resistant to change, and will cover important concepts to understand when treating patients.

COURSE INFORMATION

45 minValid for 12 monthsCreated 2020-10-12Updated 2020-10-14

Course Objectives

  • Understand evidence-based practices for motivational Interviewing.
  • Identify the six stages of change.
  • Determine what stage of change a patient is in.
  • Utilize the concepts of motivational interviewing to improve partnerships with patients.
  • Develop skills to help turn resistance into change.

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