N230 Motivational Interviewing

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  1. What are the four main difference between the motivational interviewing approach vs. the traditional approach?
    • collaboration vs. confrontation
    • evocation vs. education
    • autonomy vs. authority
    • acceptance vs. judgment
  2. What is the hallmark of the contemplation stage of change?
  3. What is the term for the person's own statements that favor change and are self-motivational statements?
    change talk
  4. What is the term for the opposite of change talk and is the person's own arguments for not changing, for maintaining the status quo?
    sustain talk
  5. What are the four principles of motivational interviewing?
    • express empathy
    • develop discrepancy
    • roll with resistance
    • support self-efficacy
  6. What are the four methods of motivational interviewing?
    • open-ended questions
    • affirmations
    • reflective listening
    • summaries
  7. What is the five-step approach to ambivalence in motivational interviewing?
    • develop discrepancy
    • empathize with ambivalence
    • avoid arguments
    • roll with resistance
    • support self-efficacy
  8. What are the four types of preparatory change talk in motivational interviewing?
    • desire - I want, I wish
    • ability - I can, I could, I am able
    • reasons - I really should, it would help
    • need - I must, I have to, I need to
  9. What are the three steps to implementing change talk?
    • commitment - I will
    • activation - I am ready
    • taking steps - I am doing
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N230 Motivational Interviewing
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