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By Ann E. Fields

A 5 consultation Motivational Interviewing Intervention to help sufferers in resolving their ambivalence approximately altering an issue overall healthiness habit through expanding their intrinsic wish for swap.

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The facilitator also provides a menu of options to assist patients in making additional choices. Allowing them to take ownership of their strengths to address areas of concern builds intrinsic motivation. Materials needed for this session Supplies: folders, pens, clipboards, dry erase board and dry erase pen. Patient Handouts: Individual exercise: Handouts - 10a & 10b, for patients who missed the Group Brainstorming. Short Term Pros Altered States Descriptor Homework: Menu of Alternatives & Altered States Categorizer © Hollifield Associates / 2004 42 Other Paperwork: Patient Sign In sheet Roster/tracking sheet Vision homework – if the patient will be completing his/her third group session.

Hollifield Associates / 2004 59 3. Put the quote on the board. Ask them to reflect on the quote that is about change. Ask how they relate to the quote in terms of changes they have made in their life, now or in their past. 4. Review homework. 5. Distribute the Post Assessment exercises and Patient Satisfaction Survey to those presenting their vision and completing their final group. The Post Assessment exercises are Handouts 16-18 and Handout 19, Patient Satisfaction Survey. All the handouts are to be completed in the group session.

The fourth step is to use the worksheet to list the six prioritized values. On the bottom half of the worksheet, the patients will define their values. The facilitator will explain that the definitions are very important because they emphasize the specific meaning for each individual. Although values may be similar, how people define them is what makes them unique. 12. The facilitator will explain to the patients to read out loud their six prioritized values and definitions, with no discussion.

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