Internal Medicine, Family Medicine

Motivational Interviewing

Kristin S. Vickers Douglas, PhD, ABPP, LP

Using motivational interviewing as a communication strategy to help you be more efficient in your clinical practice by guiding conversations forward and help your patients with realistic expectations about their role in their treatment.

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    Objectives

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    What do you REALLY want to say?

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    Pushing Change

  • 9:01

    Essential Elements of MI

  • 10:42

    Collaborative Conversations

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    Key Principles (R-U-L-E)

  • 16:14

    Spirit

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    Foundational Processes and Skills (OARS)

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    Attend to the 'Should'

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    Elicit, Provide, Elicit

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    Express a Concern

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    Acceptance within the MI Model

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    Resist the Quick Fix

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    Top 10 MI Questions