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Video demonstrations can add significant assistance in understanding and implementing Motivational Interviewing in clinical practice. This section provides information about multimedia resources that can be utilized in learning and training Motivational Interviewing. (The material on this page can be obtained from their developers. (Click on title links to order)

BUNDLE: Health Behavior Change plus Ready, Willing and Able (2013)

​Information about the book or video for sale: The Health Behavior Change DVD shows you the book’s authors (a GP and a nurse) in action and although the DVD together with the workbook stand alone as a learning aid we do recommend you also read the book. The accompanying CD Rom provides a workbook (pdf and WORD) to facilitate self-directed learning and, for trainers, there are handouts and discussion sheets (WORD) for use with groups.

Promoting Responsivity in Community Corrections: A Motivational Interviewing Training Curriculum (2013)

Motivational interviewing is an evidence-based practice (EBP) that aligns with the Risk-Needs-Responsivity model of offender treatment. Specific responsivity targeting motivation aims to improve engagement in the corrections process and reduce recidivism.

The Method of Motivational Interviewing (2012)

Join Stephen Rollnick, PhD., and be prepared to use this evidence-based approach to improve treatment outcomes. Discover how to effectively enhance motivation to change clients who are reluctant and ambivalent. MI can be used briefly, over a few sessions or integrated into most forms of therapy or counseling in the treatment of depression, addiction, anxiety and chronic diseases.

Motivational Interviewing Step-by-Step (2012)

In the first video of this series, MI trainer and practitioner Cathy Cole first introduces the foundational principles; then numerous demonstrations and exercises, including actual session excerpts with Bill Miller, will allow you to practice MI techniques. Each subsequent video focuses on demonstrating, through a series of vignettes, various MI strategies applied to different stages of change.

Client Language in Motivational Interviewing (2011)

This video focuses on the specific skill of recognizing and responding to client language during motivational interviewing sessions. It features both short (3-4 minutes) and longer (10 minutes) video demonstrations of such techniques as the importance and confidence rulers, use of selective reflection, responding to sustain talk and increasing the momentum of change talk.

Evidence-Based Health Coaching: Motivational Interviewing in Action (2011)

This is the first MI video training series especially designed for clinicians who serve individuals at risk of, or affected by, chronic diseases. Whether you are serving in a wellness, disease management, or care management program—or a primary or specialty care setting, hospital or community program—this series will help you build the practical MI knowledge and skills you need to support your patient health and address the behavioral factors that are responsible for over 85% of avoidable health care costs.

Motivational Interviewing Training Video: A Tool for Learners (2011)

The 3 DVD set contains over 4 hours of educational material, including:

  • Interactive lessons on the background, principles, and core skills of motivational interviewing.
  • 12 clinical vignettes demonstrating motivational interviewing.
  • Clinical analyses of each vignette.
  • Vignette and interview with Dr. William Miller.

William Miller on Motivational Interviewing (2009)

In this compelling interview, Miller elucidates how people change and how we, as clinicians, can effectively facilitate the process. He discusses the evolution of Motivational Interviewing, the spirit of MI, and specific techniques that clinicians can begin applying immediately.

Assessing Alcohol Problems Using Motivational Interviewing (2008)

In Assessing Alcohol Problems Using Motivational Interviewing, Dr. Linda Sobell demonstrates cognitive–behavioral motivational interviewing techniques for assessing a patient's alcohol use, and then she and Dr. Mark Sobell discuss this useful approach for working with individuals with substance use disorders.

Engaging Motivation: Audio-visual material (2008)

We made these recordings primarily to use in our own Motivational Interviewing courses. We have been training on this topic for 20 years and wanted some demonstration material that was relevant to the work lives of our course participants in England and that would provoke discussion and understanding of motivational interviewing principles.

Guiding the Learning of Motivational Interviewing: A Resource for Trainers (2008)

This 4-set DVD captures the highlights of an introductory 3-day MI training facilitated by Steven Malcolm Berg-Smith in December 2008. The DVD is intended to be used as a resource for MI trainers to closely observe a training in action, and in the process, gather new ideas for guiding the learning of MI in a group format.

MET/CBT5 Video Training for Addiction Professionals (2007)

Mid-Atlantic Addiction Technology Transfer Center
This DVD contains nearly four hours of video vignettes illustrating concepts from the MET-CBT-5 manual developed as part of the Cannabis Youth Treatment project. Therapists are shown demonstrating techniques from the MET-CBT-5 sessions with actors portraying adolescent clients.

Drug and Alcohol Abuse (2006)

In Drug and Alcohol Abuse, Dr. William Miller demonstrates his approach to treating clients with problems involving substance abuse. Drug and alcohol abuse are a common presenting problem in therapy, second only to depression, so it benefits therapists to have an approach ready for this issue.

La Entrevista Motivacional: Preparación para el Cambio (2002)

Spanish-Language video and DVD 2002 Dirigido por Carolina Yahne, Ph.D. con la colaboración de William R. Miller, Ph.D. Este DVD de entrenamiento dura 90 minutos. Incluye una introducción por Dra. Yahne y Dr. Miller. Incluye también tres ejemplos: 1. En el primer ejemplo presentamos a un paciente hablando de su uso del tabaco. 2. En el segundo ejemplo presentamos a una paciente hablando de su uso de cocaína. 3. En el tercer ejemplo presentamos a una paciente con diabetes.

Motivational Interviewing, Brief Therapy for Addictions Video Series (2002)

Dr. Miller demonstrates how Motivational Interviewing helps people resolve their ambivalence about changing addictive behaviors. In this video, Dr. Miller works with a client who is considering changing his alcohol use and smoking habits. Jon Carlson and Judy Lewis introduce Dr. Miller, and facilitate an in-depth discussion of the further impact and uses of the model.

Motivational Interviewing: Professional Training Series (1998)

This series of two DVDs, produced at the University of New Mexico 1998, is intended to be used as a resource in professional training, offering six hours of clear explanation and practical modeling of component skills.

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