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Title: Motivational Interviewing


1
Motivational Interviewing
  • Presentation by
  • Lorell Thoms BA, BSW
  • MRC Instructor / Program facilitator

2
Todays Talk
  • This session will define motivation, change, and
    ambivalence in accordance with Motivational
    Interviewing provide an overview of the
    Transtheoretical Model the Stages of Change
    describe the key principles underlying the MI
    approach and conclude examination of MI in
    corrections will conclude the presentation. I
    hope you will leave with a with a sense of hope
    and confidence to help others Tip the scale
    towards change and to address even the most
    resistant offender.

3
How do you feel about the attending the ACEA
conference?
Motivational Interviewing (MI) would say that
your initial motivation does not predict the
outcome and long-term motivation for learning at
the conference.
4
What is Motivational Interviewing
  • Motivational Interviewing, developed by Miller
    and Rollnick (1991), is a way to help people
    recognize and do something about their present or
    potential problems. It is especially useful with
    people who are either reluctant to change or
    ambivalent about changing. It is intended to
    help resolve ambivalence and get a person moving
    along the path to change. The strategies of MI
    are persuasive and supportive rather than
    coercive or argumentative. The goal is to
    encourage internal change rather than impose
    external change onto clients.

5
Spirit of MI
  • When the tires begin to slide off the road to the
    right, there is a natural tendency to turn the
    steering wheel to the left, because that is where
    you want to go. Doing so, however, simply
    decreases control and increases skidding toward
    the right. Wrong as it feels in the beginning,
    you must turn in the direction of the skid turn
    the wheel to right when the vehicle is skidding
    to the right. This provides traction that allows
    you to redirect momentum back onto the road.
  • This righting principle is the essence of MI
    moving with people to help them find traction for
    change. The spirit of MI gives autonomy and asks
    for collaboration. When done effectively, it
    leaves people with feelings of hope and
    confidence.

6
Definitions of Motivation
  • Motivation state of readiness or eagerness for
    change.
  • Motivation is the set of reasons that determines
    one to engage in a particular behavior. According
    to various theories, motivation may be rooted in
    the basic need to minimize physical pain and
    maximize pleasure.

7
Motivation
  • Assumptions about the nature of motivation
  • Motivation is a key to change
  • Motivation is multidimensional
  • Motivation is dynamic fluctuating
  • Motivation is influenced by social interactions
  • Motivation can be modified

8
Definitions of Change
  • Change is to make different to transform to
    continue on ones journey from one station.

9
Ambivalence
  • AMBIVALENCE COEXISTING BUT CONFLICTING FEELINGS
    ABOUT SOMETHING.
  • It is an important part of the process of change
    and resolving ambivalence is the purpose of MI.
    Ambivalence makes change possible it is the
    precursor to positive behavior change.

10
Stages of Change
Precontemplation
Maintenance
11
Stages of ChangeProchaska and Diclemente, 1994
  • PRECONTEMPLATION
  • CONTEMPLATION
  • DETERMINATION
  • ACTION
  • MAINTENANCE
  • RELAPSE
  • People move from being unaware or unwilling to do
    anything about their situation, to considering
    the possibility of change, to preparing to make
    the change, and finally taking action, and then
    sustaining change over time.

12
Principles of MI
  • Express empathy
  • Develop discrepancy
  • Avoid argumentation
  • Roll with resistance
  • Support Self-efficacy

13
Engaging Motivation
  • Video scenario
  • MANDY An addictions counselor talks with Mandy
    about her struggle to give up smoking. Mandy is
    keen to give up but has tried unsuccessfully and
    in the scenario the counselor aims to re-build
    her self-efficacy after relapse.
  • 13 minutes in duration

14
MI in Corrections
  • MI aligns with evidence based practice and
    enhances intrinsic motivation.

Evidence Based NIAAA MI performed significantly
better than other approaches in 3 out of 4
published research studies MI outperformed
traditional advice-giving approaches 80 of the
time. In 64 of MI single sessions (lt15 minutes),
effects were long lasting. Good Correctional
Interventions address offenders RISK NEEDS RE
SPONSIVITY MI helps address needs and
responsivity.
15
MI and corrections
  • It can help an officer get back into the game
    of behavior change
  • Offers tools for handling resistance and for
    stopping difficult situation from worsening.
  • MI lets offenders do the talking.
  • Helps prepare for change by leading offender to
    ask the questions.
  • MI elicits change talk.
  • Allows officers to enforce rules and deliver
    sanctions without having to leave a motivational
    style.

16
Signs of Readiness for Change
  • Decreased resistance
  • less arguing interrupting.
  • Decreased questions about the problem
  • Information has been gathered solution is new
    focus
  • Resolve a resolution is reached
  • More peaceful, calm or settled.
  • Self-motivational statements
  • Statements of concern, openness to change,
    optimism.
  • Increased questions about change
  • Asking the HOW of change
  • Envisioning
  • Futuristic talk talks about advantages of
    change
  • Experimenting
  • Trying new approaches forms of communication

17
Final remarks . . .
  • Thank you if this presentation has got you
    thinking about motivation and change, please
    pick-up a copy of Miller and Rollnicks
    Motivational Interviewing Preparing people to
    Change Addictive Behavior 1st or 2nd editions.
    It is a great read.
  • Enjoy the rest of the conference!
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