How Does Motivational Interviewing Work?

Motivational Interviewing (MI) is a well-known, accepted approach to helping people struggling with behaviour change. It has been proven effective in randomised control trials across a number of health care settings (Lundahl 2010). It is only recently, however, that...

Ambivalence and Motivational Interviewing (MI)

Ambivalence and Motivational Interviewing During general introductions at Motivational Interviewing Training workshops it is not uncommon to hear participants at the start of the day say they want to learn “how to motivate” others. Generally, these “others” are...

Treatment Adherence: Take as directed …

Contemporary healthcare and clinical research continually strive to find the cure or answer for illness and disease and methods of improving clinical outcomes. Clinicians armed with this clinical and research knowledge attempt to implement such findings in clinical...