Principles of motivational interviewing geared to stages of change: A pedagogical challenge
Addiction, Harm reduction, Motivational interviewing, Stages of change, Substance abuse
Journal of Teaching in Social Work
This article discusses the significance of motivational interviewing as a framework with wide application across the spectrum of social work practice. This article discusses the basic assumptions of the motivational approach and argues that social workers can regard this as a bridge between treatment agencies organized around competing philosophies. Suggestions are made for incorporating content across diverse curriculum areas. © 2007 by The Haworth Press, Inc. All rights reserved.
Department of Social Work
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Van Wormer, Katherine, "Principles of motivational interviewing geared to stages of change: A pedagogical challenge" (2007). Faculty Publications. 2585.