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Change is the only constant in life...wokshop participants.....

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  • Six stages of change” Taken form: Miller and Rollnick (1991), “Motivational Interviewing”, Guilford Press.
  • MI is a counseling technique in which you become the helper in the change process and express acceptance of the juvenile to help resolve ambivalence that prevents juvenile from realizing their goals/potential. Directive approach that encourages client responsibility to change.
  • Motivational Interviewing -is not a technique, but more a style of being with people. It is a style of communication that is concerned with avoiding resistance, resolving ambivalence, and i nducing change.
  • Juveniles are more likely to change when they are ready, willing, and able. In today’s session we will learn the skills to help us staff to influence change and build confidence in juveniles. Discuss stages of Change.
  • Utilize stages of change assessment.
  • Alliance between you and the juvenile-a collaborative partnership to which you bring both bring important expertise. The DJS staff must be: *Empathetic *Supportive *Non-judgmental to facilitate the goal of MI.
  • 1. MI is a skill that will be used in this training to effectively address the Responsivity principle. 2. Level of motivation-Juveniles are more likely to make changes when they are ready, willing, and able… Style and approach used by DJS facility and Administrative staff-can have a direct influence on outcome. This workshop will look at the style and approach staff should use when communicating with juveniles. Participants will have the opportunity to explore MI and practice some of the brief intervention strategies that have been found to be effective in enhancing motivation-behavior change.
  • Motivational Interviewing is a direct approach that encourages juveniles to be responsible for change and allows staff to practice these strategies to help motivate juveniles to change.
  • Empathy will be covered in detailed tomorrow in the micro skills section we will look at the empathy vs. sympathy, without empathy intervention would not be effective.
  • As staff we could show empathy by not judging the juvenile’s criminal behavior. Instead we can try to understand the youth’s vies and feelings.
  • For example we can sympathize with a juvenile who has lost a family member because you also may have lost a family member.
  • 1. OARS micro skills are essential to developing the empathy we need to be facilitators of change 2. When intervening with juveniles in the contemplation and pre-contemplation stages our goal is to move towards commitment to change. The OARS skills are an essential part of this process.
  • Explain that close questions can be answered using yes or no (one word) and should always be avoided they do not allow the juvenile to explore.. Have participants complete the open-ended activity
  • 1. Be clear about what you are affirming Think of what it is you approve of and very clearly and concisely tell the juvenile Allow participants to complete the affirmation activity in their manuals
  • 1. Be clear about what you are affirming Think of what it is you approve of and very clearly and concisely tell the juvenile Allow participants to complete the affirmation activity in their manuals
  • Motivational Interviewing is a direct approach that encourages juveniles to be responsible for change and allows staff to practice these strategies to help motivate juveniles to change.
  • scenario- give the scenario to the participants have them resolve it using OARS.
  • Motivational Interviewing is a direct approach that encourages juveniles to be responsible for change and allows staff to practice these strategies to help motivate juveniles to change.
  • Explain to the participants that change is about ambivalence… When making a change, it is not simply a matter of making a yes or no decision because there are always pros and cons to change. Sometimes the pros outweigh the cons and we begin to move in the right direction. Sometimes the cons outweigh the pros and we get stuck or shift back. If we understand and accept that ambivalence is a normal part of change then we are better prepared to assist others to make changes in their lives.
  • Explain to participants that being able to identify resistant behavior is key part of motivation. When motivating juveniles to change resistant behavior is a signal to try a different approach.
  • Motivational Interviewing is a direct approach that encourages juveniles to be responsible for change and allows staff to practice these strategies to help motivate juveniles to change.

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  • Motivational Interviewing Shelly Alexander
  • Course Objectives■ Apply the principles of the “what works” movement to reduce re-offending among juveniles.■ Explore the dynamics of change with resistant juveniles.
  • Course Objectives■ Utilize the four (4) principles of MI; – Express Empathy – Develop Discrepancy – Roll with Resistance – Support Self-Efficacyto reduce the risk of reoffending among Juveniles under the care of Maryland Department of Juvenile services.
  • Objectives Upon completion of this training participants will be able to:• Explore and demonstrate the four essential micro skills used during motivational interviewing – Open-ended questions – Affirmations – Reflective Listening – Summarizing■ In role play situations, provide opportunities to practice OARS skills.
  • Course Objectives■ Enhance intrinsic motivation with resistant juveniles by exploring their ambivalence/ resistance.■ In role play situations, demonstrate MI intervention strategies.
  • A direct juvenile-centered counseling style for eliciting behavior change byhelping juveniles to explore and resolve ambivalence.
  • Assess Democratic readiness to partnership change DJS Staff ResolveDirective ambivalenceapproach Empathetic
  • The Spirit of Motivational Interviewing Empathy Genuine Solution-Focused Trustworthy Consistent Non-Argumentative Non-Judgmental
  • • Readiness• Willingness• Ability They are unique to the individual.
  • DJS staff can influence juveniles to change by exploring their willingness and building their confidence.
  • To elicit the juvenile’s intrinsic motivation and values.
  • The RESPONSIVITY PRINCIPLEstates that services should be delivered in a style and mode that is consistent with the ability, willingness, and learning style of juveniles……….
  •  Acceptance facilitates change. Skillful reflective listening is fundamental. Seek to understand the juvenile’s perspective without judging, criticizing, or blaming.
  • Empathy-understanding the other person’s views and feelings while stillmaintaining your own point of view
  • Sympathy- adopting anotherperson’s feelings and emotions as your own.
  • Micro skills•Open-ended questions•Affirmations•Reflective Listening•Summarization
  • Open-ended questions begin with: What? How? Tell me about…
  • Open-ended questions encourage the juvenile to: Express concern about the problem Recognize and explore the problem
  • Affirmation is used to expose juvenile motivation.Affirmation statements: Support Reinforce Acknowledge attempts made by the juvenile.
  • When using affirmation statements: Be clear Know what you are affirming Think-what it is you approve of Get to the point
  • Builds Understanding Trust Respect
  • Reflective Listener:  Concern  Interested in speaker  Builds rapport  Attempts to understand  Open-minded
  •  Demonstrate careful listening Describes the pros and cons To the point Allows the juvenile to respond
  •  The juvenile rather than the staff should present the arguments for change. Change is motivated by a perceived discrepancy between present behavior and important goals or values.
  •  Avoid arguing for change. Resistance behavior should NOT be directly opposed. New perspectives are invited but NOT imposed on the juvenile.
  •  The juvenile is the primary resource in finding answers and solutions. Resistance behavior is a signal to respond differently.
  • Understanding Ambivalence & Resistance1. How you interact with the juvenile impacts on the change process.2. What you model impacts on the change process.3. What you say and do impacts on the change process.
  • Resistant Behaviors
  •  Belief in the possibility of change is an important motivation. The juvenile is responsible for choosing and carrying out personal change. The staff’s own belief in the person’s ability to change becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy.