CHANGED BASED RELATIONSHIPS

A Change-Based Relationship involves a fundamental shift from how most clinicians are trained:
FROM: being the experts who assess, diagnose and recommend evidence based interventions
TO: being the person who asks, empathizes, and collaborates to empower the individual to find self-management strategies that they can adhere to, develop confidence in and link to personal values that make the hard work of change worth the effort
Click on this video to see an overview of the component skills to achieve a change-based relationships

Below are a series of videos that take apart the component skills of motivational communication

FIRST Let’s Talk About ASK, LISTEN, SUMMARIZE, INVITE as the core framework of motivational communication

FIRST Let’s Talk About ASK, LISTEN, SUMMARIZE, INVITE as the core framework of motivational communicationĀ 

BELOW ARE SPECIFIC VIDEOS EXPLAINING THE VARIOUS ASPECTS OF THE SPIRIT OF MOTIVATIONAL COMMUNICATION

The next 2 videosĀ present the avoiding argument; first by falling into an argument and then avoiding argument

Next are 2 videos looking at the concept of rolling with resistance; first when one does not use this strategy and then when one does use it

Finally, here is a video on the concept of supporting self-efficacy