Asked by: Airan Watterlotasked in category: General Last Updated: 30th May, 2020
What does it mean to develop discrepancy?
Accordingly, how do you develop discrepancy in motivational interviewing?
The clinician practices motivational interviewing with five general principles in mind:
- Express empathy through reflective listening.
- Develop discrepancy between clients’ goals or values and their current behavior.
- Avoid argument and direct confrontation.
- Adjust to client resistance rather than opposing it directly.
Similarly, what are the 4 processes of motivational interviewing? The 4 Processes include Engaging, Focusing, Evoking, and Planning. These processes are not linear or a step by step guide to MI. Engaging naturally comes first because you need to have good engagement prior to having a conversation about change.
Beside this, what does rolling with resistance mean?
“Rolling with Resistance” is a key technique which recognises that simply attacking or confronting someone directly does not always work – it may drive people deeper into their shell or lead them to be highly defensive or confrontational themself.
What theory is motivational interviewing based on?
Motivational interviewing (MI) and the trans- theoretical model of behavioral change (TTM), (sometimes called the stages of change theory) are two new additions included in the revision of this book. These theories are relatively recent modi- fications of the humanistic approach to psycho- therapy and counseling.