Final slides venice 6 2012 rev

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Final slides venice 6 2012 rev

  1. 1. A JOURNEY TOWARD THE FUTURE OF MI
  2. 2. GOALS FOR THIS TALK1. My journey to MI.2. New applications of MI.3. MI as an Integrative framework for other psychotherapies.4. How MI is helping to return humanistic values to the field of psychotherapy.5. Teaching MI to non-professionals to improve communication in relationships
  3. 3. MY PERSONAL & PROFESSIONAL JOURNEY TO MI
  4. 4. NEW APPLICATIONS OF MI TO CLINICAL DISORDERS• Generalized Anxiety Disorder• Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder• Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder• Panic Disorder
  5. 5. NEW APPLICATIONS OF MI TO CLINICAL DISORDERS• Depression• Suicide• Pathological Gambling• Domestic Violence
  6. 6. NEW APPLICATIONS OF MI TO CLINICAL DISORDERS• Eating Disorders• Dual Diagnosis Patients• Compliance with Psychiatric Medication in Schizophrenia
  7. 7. MIAS AN INTEGRATIVE FRAMEWORK FOR PSYCHOTHERAPY
  8. 8. RETURNING HUMANISTIC VALUES TO PSYCHOTHERAPY RESEARCH• More empathic CBT therapists obtained better outcomes than those who were less empathic (Burns & Nolen-Hoeksma, 1992).• CBT Therapists who scored high on MI adherence obtained better outcomes than those who scored low (Carlin, 2012)
  9. 9. MI IS RETURNING HUMANISTIC VALUES TO THE PRACTICE OFPSYCHOTHERAPY
  10. 10. MIAS A WAY OF BEING WITH PEOPLETeaching MI to Non-Professionals to improve communication in relationships
  11. 11. CONCLUSIONS1. MI is now being applied to numerous clinical disorders2. MI can be used as an integrative framework with other types of therapy3. MI is bringing humanistic values back to psychotherapy4. MI can be taught to non-professionals to improve communication problems

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