Flashcards in Behav. Sci. Motivational Interviewing Deck (11):
what is the primary goal of motivational interviewing?
facilitate behavior change by helping people to explore and work through ambivalence
motivational interviewing definition
client centered, collaborative, directive, time limited form of individual psychotherapy
what are the MI principles?
develop discrepancy (focus more on present/future not past)
roll with resistance
what clues can be used to diagnose alcohol use disorder?
ascites, caput medusae, erythema of face/nose, erectile dysfunction, no baldness in males, insomnia, visual hallucinations, memory problems, history of seizures, repeated falls, accidents, smell of alcohol (OMG DUH)
diagnosis of AUD?
labs: BAC, GGT (if high, liver is being damaged), AST, MCV (increased in alcoholism), CDT (increased)
what are the MI techniques?
reflections, open ended questions, readiness ruler, decisional balance, menu of options, personalized feed-back
how can empathy be expressed?
reflecting the unspoken feeling
what should you do when providing personalized feedback?
ask permission, give information, elicit reaction
what is the readiness ruler?
some dumb shit about ranking on a scale of 1-10 how ready you are the quit doing fun things