Flashcards in Exam #2: Motivational Interviewing Deck (18):
What is "self-efficacy?"
Belief in oneself
What is self-management?
Patient learning how to manage his/her own care
What are the stages of change?
Is it normal for a person to get "stuck in ambivalence?"
What is motivational interviewing?
- A style of being with people
- A conversation style
What are the hallmarks of motivational interviewing?
- Language of change
What is the practitioner's goal in motivational interviewing?
Eliciting and exploring the person's own arguments for change
What is the four stair step process in MI?
What is "engaging?"
Establishing a connection
What is "focusing?"
Developing and maintaining direction in the conversation
What is "evoking?"
Eliciting the patient's motivation for change
What should you do when "planning" with a patient?
- Develop committment to change
- Formulate a plan of action
What are the OARS of communication?
- O= Open-ended
- A= Affirmation
- R= Reflective listening
- S= Summarize
What are the three best open-ended questions?
How many reflections should you aim for to a single open ended question?
What is the "righting reflex?"
The compulsion to:
- Fix things
- Give answers
- Problem solve
What is motivational interviewing NOT?
- A technique
- Just being nice