Motivational Interviewing Workshop for Health Behavior Change
Presented by: Ken Resnicow, PhD
What is Motivational Interviewing (MI)?
- A unique method of behavior change counseling
- Encourages people to think about and verbally express their own reasons for and against change
- Waits to begin action planning until strong, high quality motivation is solidified
- Avoids direct attempts to convince or persuade
- Promotes reflective listening and eliciting change talk
This free, skills-based, participatory workshop, will include:
- An introduction to MI: Its spirit and essential strategies
- Practice in reflective listening
- Practice eliciting change talk
Ken Resnicow is the Irwin Rosenstock Professor of Health Behavior and Health Education at the University of Michigan School of Public Health and Professor of Pediatrics in the School of Medicine. His work focuses on designing and evaluating behavior change programs for a wide range of health behaviors including smoking cessation, weight loss, diet and physical activity, medical adherence, cancer screening, organ donation, and substance use. Much of his work, both interpersonal and electronic, has used Motivational Interviewing and is influenced by Chaos Theory and Self-Determination Theory.
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