Motivational interviewing (MI) is a psychotherapeutic client-centered intervention which helps clients build intrinsic motivation to change. Micro skills (e.g., open ended questions, reflective listening, using affirmations, summarizing the client’s comments) and strategies (e.g., increasing client awareness of the problem, creating discrepancies from client’s current behavior to stated goals or values), are utilized by the clinician to understand the client’s perception of their problem, help the
Article Review of Miller and Rollnick’s Ten Things that Motivational Interviewing Is Not a. MI is not based on the transtheoretical model The transtheoretical model (TTM) of change and motivational interviewing (MI) developed separately but concurrently in the early 1980s. Although these are two distinct models of change, MI, created by Miller and Rollnick, has frequently been mistaken for the TTM of change developed by Prochaska and co-workers. The TTM of change transformed addiction treatment
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