maui recovery motivation interviewing

Motivational Interviewing

A collaborative, therapeutic conversation between licensed clinicians and clients that addresses the common problem of ambivalence for change.

Action

As defined by William Miller, the creator of motivational interviewing, its purpose is to strengthen the client’s own motivation for and commitment to change in a manner that is consistent with said client’s values. Therefore, rather than imposing or forcing changes, we “meet the client where the client is” and help him/her move toward his/her goals by drawing out and building his/her readiness to change.

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