Motivational Interviewing: Helping People Change (2020)

Motivational Interviewing: Helping People Change William R. Miller Stephen Rollnick Motivational Interviewing Helping People Change This bestselling work for professionals and students is the authoritative presentation of motivational interviewing MI the powerful approach to facilitating change The book elucidates the four proce
  • Title: Motivational Interviewing: Helping People Change
  • Author: William R. Miller Stephen Rollnick
  • ISBN: 9781609182274
  • Page: 496
  • Format: Hardcover
Motivational Interviewing: Helping People Change William R. Miller Stephen Rollnick This bestselling work for professionals and students is the authoritative presentation of motivational interviewing MI , the powerful approach to facilitating change The book elucidates the four processes of MI engaging, focusing, evoking, and planning and vividly demonstrates what they look like in action A wealth of vignettes and interview examples illustrate the dThis bestselling work for professionals and students is the authoritative presentation of motivational interviewing MI , the powerful approach to facilitating change The book elucidates the four processes of MI engaging, focusing, evoking, and planning and vividly demonstrates what they look like in action A wealth of vignettes and interview examples illustrate the dos and don ts of successful implementation in diverse contexts Highly accessible, the book is infused with respect and compassion for clients The companion Web page provides additional helpful resources, including reflection questions, an extended bibliography, and annotated case material.This book is in the Applications of Motivational Interviewing series New to This Edition Reflects major advances in understanding and teaching MI Fully restructured around the new four process model Additional case examples and counseling situations Reviews the growing evidence base and covers ways to assess MI fidelity Pedagogical Features Include Online reflection questions and annotated cases, ideal for classroom discussion Key points at the end of each chapter Engaging boxes with special topics and personal reflections Extended bibliography and quick reference glossary.
Motivational Interviewing: Helping People Change William R. Miller Stephen Rollnick

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  1. Morgan Blackledge

    I read an earlier addition of this manual when I was in school working towards my MA I thought it was brilliant back then But I had no idea how effective this stuff would be in practice I m currently doing my MFT internships and just beginning to implement this stuff, and WOW, it really works The first time I experienced a client drop dramatic, sudden, emphatic change talk in a session my jaw just about hit the floor I was with a client who was on the verge of becoming homeless, but could not se [...]

  2. Chelsea Jennings

    This is the most logical and effective approach I ve learned for evoking change in people I ve seen it work in practice It s pretty amazing It would be a very good thing if this were required reading and training for everyone working in counseling, social work, medicine, criminal justice and teen mentoring as well as many other applications.

  3. Mengran Xu

    As a new therapist, I often struggle over one thing my client does not appear motivated enough We have followed the CBT approach, but they are not doing thought records, they are not doing their exposures, they are not paying attention to our discussions from previous sessions In short, they are not doing what we want them to do But this stance is exactly the root of all the problems My initial response was twofold I either blamed myself or the client It could be that I have pushed too far or to [...]

  4. Steve Papanastasiou

    If you are giving services one on one this book will help you a lot.Focuses on effective client centered approach with good examples.

  5. Leigh

    Motivational Interviewing is a useful style of interacting with people in counseling situations where the person may not want to be there may not see the need for change This book gives a very easy to understand practical guide to using this style to help people build their own motivation for change It provides a good mix of theory practice for clinicians I think it s useful for anyone who works with people who may not want help.

  6. Maya

    i have done my master in social work and near to start any job at s way i want to read some books which can help me in my practice.

  7. Ferran

    Un libro interesante para todo aquel que quiera aproximarse a un estilo de entrevista que promueve el cambio de comportamiento y el empoderamiento del paciente Especialmente interesantes las estrategias de entrevista descritas, as como las situaciones dif ciles Dichas estrategias son aplicables no solamente a personas con problemas de uso de sustancias sino tambi n en otro tipo de problem ticas.

  8. Natalie Kaufman

    One of my textbooks this semester I thought it was a decent read, however I felt as if the concepts were very straight forward This book was presented as a groundbreaking theory of sorts but I got the feel that MI is simply an explanation of current concepts counselors face It was valuable for learning a few new skills though

  9. Alex Giurgea

    Daca iti place Carl Rogers aceasta carte este un must read Metoda MI este o metoda care pleaca de la principiile lui si le duce mai departe definind mai clar cum ar trebui sa aiba loc o conversatie in care un client sa fie ajutat sa isi schimbe anumite comportamente Cum sa construiesti motivatia pentru schimbare in celalalt intr un mod potrivit fiecaruia Tehnicile MI au multe cercetari si evidente in spate si pot fi complementare multor tipuri de terapii sau interactiuni in care sunt implicati o [...]

  10. Lisa

    This is only example 2 of an Empirically Supported Treatment that, despite my skepticism of ESTs thanks to their history of strict session by session manualization in a cognitive behavioral style has really grabbed me as doable for both therapist and client The MI technique comes from the substance abuse field, and strikes me as an amazing revelation in that field Over time, it s become apparent that it s also wildly useful for any intervention in which shame or punishment has been a primary tac [...]

  11. Teresa

    This was part of my Tobacco Treatment Specialist Training There are many things I will apply to my work as an oncology navigator So much of it is about listening, and opening the door for engagement I will read this thatn once.

  12. Myridian

    My purpose in reading this book was to get a better sense for motivational interviewing MI techniques and how to apply them to a health population The first half of the book, by Miller and Rollnick, was helpful with this The main problem is that the principles behind MI are theoretically simple, but pragmatically difficult to translate into effective interventions in the therapy room The examples of transcribed client therapist interactions were probably the most useful portion of the entire boo [...]

  13. Brieanna

    When I first opened this book, I was so excited to read it In theory, I think it s a great book for most medical professionals to read How often do we all feel as though we are being herded in and out of the doctor s office without anyone actually listening or looking up from their laptop From an interpersonal communication standpoint, it is great If you have no skills in this area or are not naturally empathetic towards others, this book can greatly help you However, I found a lot of the chapte [...]

  14. Stacy

    As an smoking cessation counselor without a formal background in addictions counseling, this book was exceptionally helpful in specific phrasings and ideas of how to work with my clients However, I recommend it to all personal trainers, doctors, teachers, and anyone that uses the motivation to change to help people Or anyone that has ever tried to help anyone who is ambivalent about making a decision.There are some chapters that are pretty technical, but other sections are written very clearly a [...]

  15. Carolynne

    Didn t have a chance to finish this before a new semester took precedence of my time I appreciated Miller s interpretation of how people get stuck and how they need help to change but I did not like his combative approach towards clients I much prefer the SFBT approach developed by Insoo Kim Berg and Steve de Shazer in which the Client is the expert not the therapist They also approach each client with a sense of Curiosity and Respect Miller s approach is that the therapist knows better I stoppe [...]

  16. Janice

    A great book for those in the helping professions, therapists, social workers, counselors, health coaches, etc The process of Motivational Interviewing grew out of the Recovery field, but has application for many other therapeutic settings This approach emphasizes empathy, with boundaries exploration of ambivalence rolling with resistance is client centered and non confrontational, but is directive The authors also do a good job of discussing issues clients with whom this approach is not helpful [...]

  17. K

    Excellent It s too bad that, as the authors say, you can t become a proficient motivational interviewer from reading a book Still, though, the concepts and methods laid out in this book are clear and user friendly, and to whatever degree I can, I ve been using them with clients with some success A wonderful approach for clients who are ambivalent about changing in therapy who isn t, really.

  18. Bob Flores

    Awesome book This is one of the books that Michael Dye created Genesis Process from Now that I have read it, I have a broader understanding of this skill set which is crucial if you want to help prepare hearts to change It s a very clinical book written for chemical dependency but it starts with Romans 7 just like Genesis does I would recommend it for anyone who works with people in the area of addiction and coping behaviors.

  19. Patrick

    though i did not feel that too much was breath takingly new or anything, it did encourage me to be mindful of my language and joining skills in sessions i try not to use but at all and enjoy a new wrinkle to my approach with clients i read it because it seems to be all the rage next, i will look for the text specifically addressing MI and the JSO population.

  20. Cassandra

    Really tough beginning to get through if you are not a trained clinician I had heard that anyone who works with people needed to read this book though and they were right It is very clinical but the concept of Motivational Interviewing can be used in so many areas including those who work in the health and fitness industry.

  21. Eyjólfur Örn Jónsson

    A groundbreaking look at the therapeutic interview Originally intended especially for working with people with addiction problems, in my experience it translates quite well for a variety of other clients MI was a fantastic addition to my therapeutic skillset and definitely changed some of the ways I work as a clinical psychologist.

  22. James

    A useful tool in psychotherapy, well presented essentially the application of the Socratic method to psychotherapy, specifically with the goal of helping people to see the ways in which their own behaviors are creating problems in their lives and motivating them to change what they re doing.

  23. Mary

    Reading this book and attending a seminar has really helped me to improve my clinical skills I even noticed that I was a better listener at the office if I had been reading Motivational Interviewing the night before I guess you re never too old to learn

  24. Siva

    I found find this book really difficult to read It is of a university type textbook and written in that style, for me Not like a popular book style which is easier to read and finish I still have to get the procedure for how to talk to my client.

  25. Nickolas

    Amazingly powerful and mind bogglingly simple This is one of those books that you could read, year after year, and still learn something new While the ideas may seem easy to grasp, the depth of understanding and potential to master skills is profound.

  26. Hannah Levy

    Too much talking, not enough doing This book was not very hands on and I don t feel like I know how to DO motivational interviewing after reading it, but I could probably tell you about the core concepts I would stick with hands on therapy books.

  27. Sadaf

    No style of therapy works till you work on the motivation of the client to follow the therapy guidelines adhere to treatment This should have been a must read for all people in health care and service sector.

  28. Fredric Mau

    Sounds like a therapeutic technique, but is really a full orbed approach to therapy This is a great read for general readers though If you ve ever wanted to persuade someone, help some make a change, or needed a better way to handle an annoying roommate, this will help

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