Attack Toolkit Webinar on Motivational Interviewing

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This is a slide show from the ATTACK Toolkit Webinar on Motivational Interviewing (MI) conducted on 7-21-11. MI part of the presentation was conducted by Cyndra Krogen-Morton, MPH. Cyndra was a Health Educator at California State University Sacramento when she got connected with STAND. She was instrumental in adopting MI to peer-to-peer style of delivering brief, quit smoking interventions.

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  • Hello Introduction Brother story “who smokes these days?” If we don’t spend time around the people who smoke it is possible to think that barely anyone smokes!
  • ATTACK Toolkit is a free resource for anti-smoking advocate and tobacco control professionals working with young adults. Funded by the Public Health Trust, the toolkit has information about (1) the tobacco industry marketing tactics; (2) best intervention strategies in policy, lifestyle branding, community education and cessation. In addition, (3) it provides tools to create research and evaluation plans. The toolkit also hosts a password protected networking feature so that tobacco control professionals can share tools and collaborate with each other. Needs Assessment In-Depth Interviews Educational Material Review Section 1 Section 2 Section 3
  • ATTACK Toolkit is a resource to tobacco control professionals working with young adults. Funded by the Public Health Trust, the toolkit has information about (1) the tobacco industry marketing tactics; (2) best intervention strategies in policy, lifestyle branding, community education and cessation. In addition, (3) it provides tools to create research and evaluation plans. The toolkit also hosts a password protected networking feature so that tobacco control professionals can share tools and collaborate with each other. Needs Assessment In-Depth Interviews Educational Material Review Section 1 Section 2 Section 3
  • Attack Toolkit Webinar on Motivational Interviewing

    1. 1. ATTACK Toolkit Webinar on Motivational Interviewing 7-21-11 www.ATTACKtobacco.net
    2. 2. ATTACK Toolkit OverviewNavigating ToolkitMotivational Interviewing www.ATTACKtobacco.net
    3. 3. Motivational Interviewing/Motivational Enhancement Therapy Cyndra Krogen-Morton, MA www.ATTACKtobacco.net
    4. 4. Poll 1: Which do you find most motivational? (Choose 1)• Support of family/friends• Listing positives of achieving my goal• Listing negatives of not achieving my goal• Intermittent rewards during process• Other www.ATTACKtobacco.net
    5. 5. Street Team Project Overview• High school and college students conducted one-on- one tobacco cessation interventions• Community venues such as malls, music events and cultural festivals• 10 minutes• Participant given quit kit• 61% quit rate among participants www.ATTACKtobacco.net
    6. 6. “People do not care how much you know until they know how much you care.” www.ATTACKtobacco.net
    7. 7. What is Motivational Interviewing?A directive, client‐centered counseling style for  eliciting behavior change by helping clients to  explore and resolve ambivalence.  www.ATTACKtobacco.net
    8. 8. Characteristics of MI• Directive, client‐centered• Elicits behavior change by helping clients  explore and resolve ambivalence• Increases discrepancy between client’s  current behaviors and desired goals www.ATTACKtobacco.net
    9. 9. Poll 2:I have successfully incorporated a healthy lifestyle change recently (i.e. exercise, meditate, etc.). Yes No www.ATTACKtobacco.net
    10. 10. What MI is not…• Argues that the person has a problem and needs to  change• Offers direct advice or prescribes solutions• Uses an authoritative/expert stance leaving the  client in a passive role• Does most of the talking, or functions as a  unidirectional information delivery system• Imposes a diagnostic label• Behaves in a punitive or coercive manner www.ATTACKtobacco.net
    11. 11. Stages of Change• Pre‐contemplation• Contemplation• Preparation• Action• Maintenance  www.ATTACKtobacco.net
    12. 12. Four Principles of MI• Expressing Empathy• Developing  Discrepancy• Rolling with Resistance• Supporting Self‐ Efficacy www.ATTACKtobacco.net
    13. 13. Fundamental Techniques of MI• Open Ended Questions• Affirmations• Reflective Listening• Summarizing• Self‐Motivational Statements www.ATTACKtobacco.net
    14. 14. Open Ended Questions• Requires more than a ‘yes’ or ‘no’ answer• Allows client’s exploration of actions and  behaviors• “What, how, why” questions www.ATTACKtobacco.net
    15. 15. Poll 3:• Which of the following goals would you like to incorporate in your life? – Eat healthier – Exercise more – Watch less TV – Manage stress better – Other www.ATTACKtobacco.net
    16. 16. Reflective Listening• Considered one of the most important  elements• Reflecting what is being said for clarity and to  help move forward• Do not merely repeat what is said, elaborate – “I don’t want to quit smoking.” – “You enjoy it.”• Be aware of overstating/understating www.ATTACKtobacco.net
    17. 17. Affirmations• Positive reinforcement of client• No need to be excessive• “Thank you for coming/being on time today.” www.ATTACKtobacco.net
    18. 18. Other Tools• Importance/Confidence Ruler • On a scale of 1‐10 , how important is it for you to ‐change? • On a scale of 1‐10, how confident are you that you could  make this change? • Why are you at a 6 and not a 7? What would it take for you  to go from a 6 to a 7?• Querying Extremes • Suppose you continue smoking, what do you think could  be the worst thing that could happen? • What would be the best thing that could happen if you  quit? www.ATTACKtobacco.net
    19. 19. Summary• MI is a nonjudgmental approach to facilitating change in a person• MI allows the person to explore their behavior, how it is working for  them and what about it is not• Facilitators elicit warmth, empathy and respect while assisting the  client in their exploration• MI relies on the person’s ambivalence to help motivate them to change www.ATTACKtobacco.net
    20. 20. Resources• Street Team in the ATTACK Toolkit: Street Team & Motivational Interviewing.• Motivational Interviewing website: http://motivationalinterview.org/ www.ATTACKtobacco.net
    21. 21. Kimberly Bankston-Leeklee@sacbreathe.org916-444-5900 x211Alex Tyannikovatyannikov@sacbreathe.org916-444-5900 x206ATTACK Toolkit Project – www.ATTACKtobacco.netBreathe California of Sacramento-Emigrant TrailsSacramento, CAwww.SacBreathe.org www.ATTACKtobacco.net

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