Motivational Interviewing

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B. Phase I, Part 1: Opening Strategies, v. 2

This is the most complex of the videos, and spans two cassettes. It is designed to illustrate the skills involved in the opening phase of motivational interviewing. Phase I focuses on identifying and strengthening the person's intrinsic motivation for change. It begins with the first contact and continues until the transition into Phase II, illustrated on Tape F.
Adult            29 min.           1998           V-382

Adult
Feedback and Information Exchange, v. 5

One context in which motivational interviewing has been widely practiced is the "check-up" or feedback of assessment information. This specialized application involved much more talking on the part of the therapist, in that more information is being imparted to the client. How does one take this more active, information-giving role and still be consistent with the spirit of motivational interviewing? That is the focus of this video.
Adult            55 min.            1998           V-385

Adult
Getting an Addict Into Treatment: The CRAFT Approach

After growing up with an alcoholic father, psychology professor Dr. Robert Meyers developed an innovative treatment method called Community Reinforcement and Family Training. This program outlines the CRAFT approach, a gentle and effective method for helping families guide addicted loved ones into treatment. Dr. Meyers discusses the importance of changing family dynamics to help start addicts on their journey toward recovery. A case study features Jane, who had tried everything to get her grandson Doug into treatment and who finally turns to the CRAFT system. The film shows how Doug responds to therapy and frees himself from his family’s cycle of alcoholism.  An HBO Production.

 

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Adult   20 min.   2006   DVD-4053

Adult
Handling Resistance, v. 4

Motivational interviewing includes a set of strategies for handling and decreasing resistance. The information presented in this video is particularly useful during Phase I, although the methods are applicable throughout counseling. The phenomenon of "resistance" is discussed, and various strategies are explained and demonstrated.
Adult           62 min.           1998           V-384

Adult
Idaho GAIN Clinical Interpretation Training

Presented by certified GAIN Advanced Clinical Interpretation trainers, Kipp Dana and Rusty O’Leary. The GAIN GRRS Editing and Interpretation Training, originally designed as a one day training event presented on site in each Region of Idaho, has now been recorded to a DVD you may use in house at your agency. The DVD training is a 3.3 hour presentation divided into four chapters based on topic. It is designed to train GAIN Site Interviewers who have not previously participated in the GAIN GRRS Editing and Interpretation Training, as well as an update and refresher course to be used by previously trained GAIN Site Interviewers. The chapter segments can conveniently be used in staff meetings and in house training events to update and refresh all GAIN Site Interviewers Editing and Interpretation training. PDF handouts included on DVD.

Adult           201 min.           2011          

Adult
Introduction to Motivational Interviewing, v. 1

The introductory tape is a conversational interview with Bill Miller and Steve Rollnick, conducted in the summer of 1997 by Theresa Moyers. They review the background and current directions of motivational interviewing, explore its essential and theoretical and conceptual underpinnings, and discuss its five basic principles. This is by no means a comprehensive introduction to motivational interviewing. Rather, it sets the context for the demonstration tapes that follow.
Adult            41 min.            1998            V-381

Adult
Motivational Interviewing in the Medical Setting, v. 6

A rapidly growing application of motivational interviewing is in general health care settings. Here it is often necessary to compress the process of counseling into a shorter period of time. This video explores how the spirit of motivational interviewing can be applied in busy health care settings.
Adult           48 min.           1998           V-386

Adult
Motivational Interviewing Professional Training DVD/Disc 1 of 2

Programs A, B & C
Adult            1998           DVD

Adult
Motivational Interviewing Professional Training DVD/Disc 2 of 2

Programs D, E & F
Adult           1998           DVD

Adult
Phase I, Part 2: Opening Strategies, v. 3

This is the most complex of the videos, and spans two cassettes. It is designed to illustrate the skills involved in the opening phase of motivational interviewing. Phase I focuses on identifying and strengthening the person's intrinsic motivation for change. It begins with the first contact and continues until the transition into Phase II, illustrated on Tape F.
Adult            51 min.            1998            V-383

Adult
Phase II: Moving Toward Action, v. 7

How do you know when to move from Phase 1 (building motivation for change) into Phase 2 (consolidating commitment to a change plan)? What counseling methods are used in Phase 2, and how do they differ from the opening strategies of motivational interviewing? That is the focus of the final video in this series.
Adult            37 min.            1998            V-387

Adult