Motivational Interviewing was developed for clients who are __________ about changing their behavior.
MI was derived from:
Hint: 2-part answer.
Rogers' Client-Centered therapy.
Bandura's notion of self-efficacy.
Motivational Interviewing does not focus on the etiology of maladaptive Bx, but rather on:
Factors that impede and individual's ability to change that behavior.
The primary goal of Motivational Interviewing is to _____________ the client's intrinsic motivation to alter his behavior by helping the client examine and resolve ___________ about changing.
Motivational Interviewing Principle 1: Express _________.
Motivational Interviewing Principle 2: Develop _________ between current behavior and personal goals/values.
Motivational Interviewing Principle 3: ______ with resistance.
Motivational Interviewing Principle 4: Support _____________.
Specific techniques are summarized by the acronym "OARS."