- Tip # Health At Every Size ® and the Four Processes of Motivational Interviewing | Molly Kellogg
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- Tip #137 Health At Every Size ® and the Four Processes of Motivational Interviewing
Tip # Health At Every Size ® and the Four Processes of Motivational Interviewing | Molly Kellogg
She is the author of books, journal articles and book chapters on using brief interventions to facilitate treatment adherence and promote behavior change for a variety of health problems. Velasquez is an internationally recognized trainer in both Motivational Interviewing and the Transtheoretical Model, and is a founding member of the Steering Committee for the International Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers.
- Qualitative research method-interviewing and observation!
- Focused Interviewing Version 3.0.
- Account Options.
- Words for the Walking Wounded.
Posted by Jonathan B. Singer, Ph.
Email This BlogThis! Newer Post Older Post Home. I like to think we are entering an Age of Compassion. Sure, there are horrifying developments happening politically around the world, but the heartening thing is that the people are resisting. They are taking action to advocate for and protect others who are suffering.
Tip #137 Health At Every Size ® and the Four Processes of Motivational Interviewing
Thousands of people are marching, protesting and taking part. Many compassion-based interventions have been developed over recent years. Such programs are vitally important to nurture this growing compassionate movement. The challenge is that all of these programs require people to engage, do self-practice and take compassionate action. They require behavioural change! MI has long been used as a prelude to other treatments, including CBT-based interventions, and has been found to enhance program engagement, homework practice and program completion Burke et al.
Perhaps MI could be incorporated as a prelude to compassion-based interventions?
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- The Silence of Sound [The Written Word Book 4].
In particular, MI could help potential participants to explore and enhance their sense of importance regarding living a more compassionate life, and their confidence in being able to do so. These specific behaviours could be the focus of MI in compassion-based interventions. The world is facing enormous challenges at the moment.
Fear and anger are being used to motivate people to hunker down, self-protect, and exclude and reject others. Ultimately this is causing greater suffering.