Critique of Journal article
The article being critiqued is titled; Randomised controlled trial of motivational interviewing compared with drug information and advice for early intervention among young cannabis users written by Jim McCambridge, Renee L Slym and John Strang published in 2008 in the j
Walpole et al. BMC Public Health 2011, 11:459 http://www.biomedcentral.com/1471-2458/11/459
Motivational Interviewing as an intervention to increase adolescent self-efficacy and promote weight loss: Methodology and design
Beverly Walpole1, Elizabeth Dettmer2, Bar
Describe and evaluate the roles and principles of one of the treatment interventions or approaches: Motivational Interviewing.
The treatment approach, motivational interviewing, was first described by Miller (1983) in a paper he had not intended to publish but did so while in Norway supervising y
The concept of motivational interviewing evolved from experience in the treatment of problem drinkers, and was first described by Miller (1983) in an article published in Behavioural Psychotherapy. These fundamental concepts and approaches were later elaborated by Miller and Rollnic
By Tesa Bunch
Motivational Interviewing: Applications to Christian Therapy and Church Ministry
In my research I found a great article titled “MI: applications to Christian therapy and church ministry” the article contains a great amount of good information about MI. The
Motivation is the driving force that some individuals need to move forward with goals of creating change. Motivational Interviewing (MI) in the group therapeutic context has a leader or therapist that aims to ascertain the underlying issues that may be maintaining a member’s behavior and blocking
Motivational interviewing – Reflection
Motivational interviewing (MI) is psychological intervention that was originally developed through helping people with alcohol problem (Miller, 1983). MI is strongly ingrained in client-centred therapy of C. Rogers (1951) in its emphasis on understanding cli
The Effectiveness of Motivational Interviewing as a Treatment for People with Co-Occurring Disorders
HUS 436 Counseling for Co-Occurring
Assignment: Research Paper
The topic of this research paper is the effectiveness of Motivational Interviewing (MI) with people dealing with co-occurrin
The World Health Organisation (WHO 2012) state that in 2008 1.4 billion adults were overweight and more than half a billion were obese. Obesity and overweight is a global problem and an estimated 2.8 million people die as a result of being overweight or obese each year. Interestingly, obesity was
Tip 35: Is a therapeutic interviewing style which is intended to help clinicians work with their clients to find out the client’s constant fluctuation between conflicting behaviors and thoughts.
The first stage of motivational interviewing is pre-contemplation. In th
Translating the Diabetes Prevention Program to Primary Care:
A Pilot Study
Acknowledging that there is a need for the obese Type 2 diabetics (T2D) to make changes in their lifestyle, Whittemore et al. (2009) decided to do a study to see if there is a need for programs to decrease the inci
Developed by psychologists Professor William R. Miller, Ph.D. and Professor Stephen Rollnick, Ph.D., Motivational Interviewing is a directive, client-centered counseling style whose main purpose is to examine and explore with the client his or her feelings of ambivalenc
ARE LEADERS BORN OR MADE:
A critique of Great Man and Trait theories.
Assignment prepared by Philip Barry 387169
Leadership continues to be one of the most debated and studied topics in management and indeed society as a whole. This can be evidenced by the fac
THE PROBLEM AND A REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE
Theories of motivation were devised in an attempt to explain the behavior of the employees. As you either a manager or an employee, you have vested interest in understanding motivation in order to (1) motivate others, (2)
Critiquing communication and interviewing skills of a health assessment interview with a client
Communication is one of the basic survival skills of human and also a fundamental part of nursing. Effective communication would help to promote a positive nurse-client relationship which
Cosmopolitan is a magazine written by women and focused toward women. Throughout the magazine are advertisements for products that would be most beneficial for women. Anywhere from M.A.C. make-up to Guess clothing is displayed for the interested consumers.
Before the development of Nationalism, people were generally loyal to a city or a particular leader rather than to their nation. Encyclopedia Britannica (vol.no.viii.2009) identifies that the movement has genesis with the late 18th century’s American and French revolutions. Other historians point
INSTITUTE OF HOTEL MANAGEMENT,
Identify & Critique The Contemporary Approaches To HRM And Evaluate Them In The Context Of HRM Theories And Literature.
Sneha S. Kulkarni(16094)
“Submitted in Fulfillment of the Requirement for B.A.(Hons.) in Hotel Management”
What’s Eating Gilbert Grape.
Film review and critique.
Society’s ideological constructs and attitudes towards minority groups are created and reinforced through media imagery. Although negative associations that maintain inequities with regard to race, gender and homophobia (Conner & Bejoia