First Motivational Interviewing Learning Experience

We ask that you practice 3 of the primary MI tools/skills during your engagements with clients/patients: Acknowledging, Powerful or Open-Ended Questions, and Reflecting Back. What we are asking you to do is to practice/try out each of these skills as you see fit and as often as possible. From your experience in practicing these skills, we would ask that you reflect on and record (as in write down) 3 learning-worthy experiences from this ‘living, applied homework.’ Please provide your answers for this first experience as requested in the questions provided below, then go to the next pages to answer the questions for your second and third experiences...

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* 1. Identify the client/patient situation (E.g. smoking cessation, rehab exercise adherence etc) To respect your clients, PLEASE do not use any client names

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* 2. What MI tool was used and how was it used? (E.g. I acknowledged sadness in a client who was just diagnosed with diabetes by saying, “I hear you are really upset by this diagnosis; it feels like everything is changing for you.”)

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* 3. What was/is your perception of the impact of using this tool on your client / patient?

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* 4. What was/is your perception of the impact of using this tool on you?

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* 5. What was/is your perception of the impact of using this tool on the relationship between you and your client / patient?

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* 6. What was the learning you acquired from this experience?

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