By Catherine Fuller
How do you inspire a person to alter a development of behaviour? this can be a topic confronted day-by-day via pros operating in healthcare and legal justice structures. Motivational interviewing is a mode of conversation built for operating with substance abuse, yet stumbled on to be powerful for paintings with numerous those who are suffering from the assumption of behaviour switch. This workbook is a whole consultant to the motivational process for any expert who must support others to alter.
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19 Toolkit of Motivational Skills SUMMARY In essence the theory behind a motivational approach is that the more you use motivational principles, the more likely your service users are to express increasing commitment. If expressed commitment increases in intensity during a session, change is more likely; if it reduces, change what you are doing. The next chapter examines the evidence for the effectiveness of a motivational approach. 20 How Effective is the Motivational Approach? Chapter 2 • • • What are the advantages of examining the evidence for the effectiveness of your practice?
2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Valuing the person, if not the behaviour Understanding rapport as a process The communication cycle Using appropriate matching behaviours Understanding the dance of rapport How to read and use body language (see Chapter 7) High level listening skills (see Chapter 7) How to reflect back key themes (see Chapter 8). 47 Toolkit of Motivational Skills Valuing the Person, if not the Behaviour Your own skills may not be enough. Rapport can be lost long before you meet the person you will work with.
Change verbal examples used so that they reflect sexual orientation, culture, age, etc. 37 Toolkit of Motivational Skills Adapt exercises involving images, speaking/listening or movement/ touch to take into account individual’s sensory abilities and preference Adapt your communication to respond to different levels of understanding Be aware of cultural expectations which are likely to help the service user feel more comfortable Use professional interpreters and advisors where required. 38 How to Use the Toolkit to Meet Individual Requirements USING THE EXERCISES The exercises for facilitators and for service users have been designed to appeal to a wide range of styles and circumstances.