Using Motivational Interviewing in Your Practice
The Carlat Addiction Treatment Report, Volume 4, Number 5, June 2016
At its most basic, motivational interviewing is a conversation in which you are trying to help someone deal with ambivalence that prevents them from acting on a problematic behavior. At a more complex level, it has to do with things like paying attention to how the patient talks and what kind of language they’re using. In this interview, Dr. Rosengren discusses the language and process of motivational interviewing.