Institute 1 Motivational Interviewing: Integrating cbt

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Motivational Interviewing: Integrating CBT
Daniel W. McNeil, West Virginia University
Moderate level of familiarity with the material
Primary Topic: Treatment-CBT
Key Words: Motivational Interviewing, CBT, Behavior Change
This Institute includes a refresher on Motivational Interviewing (MI) approaches and skills, an update on definitional and conceptual changes to MI with the publication of the third edition of the classic text in 2013, and a focus on integrating MI with CBT in practice. Conceptual bases for this integration will be provided, with a specific focus on various ways in which both these evidence-based approaches can be utilized, including: (a) MI as a prelude to CBT, (b) “Motivational Interactions” throughout the course of CBT, (c) using MI to introduce, implement, and continue challenging aspects of CBT (e.g., exposure treatment), and (d) employing MI to consolidate CBT gains, to promote relapse prevention, and to maintain behavior change. Designed for professionals and trainees with prior experience using MI, this Institute will cover intermediate and advanced methods to assist clients with behavior change, by developing and practicing of new skills. Using demonstrations, role-play, film, and clinical case examples from the presenter’s practice, the application of new methods to increase and sustain client motivation in CBT will be discussed. Practice in evoking “change talk” (in contrast to “sustain talk” and avoidance) in sessions will be covered, along with applying MI at critical junctures in CBT. This Institute involves a trainer who is a member of the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers, and will involve experiential components in which participants work with one another in dyads and groups, and with the trainer, to polish skills in a comfortable, interactive, supportive, and enjoyable learning environment.
You will learn:

  1. To integrate MI with various CBT approaches.

  2. To recognize and utilize newly articulated MI processes in the context of CBT.

  3. To plan for use of MI at critical junctures in CBT interventions.

  4. To employ methods for eliciting MI change talk in clients in the context of CBT.

  5. To apply key MI processes to increase client motivation for behavior change within ongoing CBT treatments.

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