Well, DARN
We've Got Spirit
Ch-Ch-Ch-Change Talk
Mirror, Mirror on the Wall
FUNdamental Processes
I know I can quit if everyone just gets off my back!
What is Ability
Name each aspect of the spirit of MI.
What is Partnership, Acceptance, Compassion, Evocation, and focus on client competence and success.
When we hear change talk we want to immediately reinforce it and build on it through the use of what (acronym)?
What is EARS
Name the two types of reflections
What is simple and complex
Name one of the four fundamental processes in MI
What is engaging, focusing, evoking, or planning
I've got to have my GED to get the apprenticeship.
What is Need
Being with and for the client, actively collaborating with them and ensuring they are the active participant with us supporting their change.
What is Partnership
Describe each skill represented in the EARS acronym.
What is Elaboration (open question), Affirming, Reflecting, and Summarizing.
Name the type of reflection used: Client: "Sometimes I just want to give up" Practitioner: "Just giving up seems easier some days"
What is simple
Assisting with change plans and supporting self-efficacy are aspects of which process?
What is planning
I don't want my kids getting in the same trouble that I did.
What is Desire
Affirmation, absolute worth, autonomy, and accurate empathy are how we demonstrate this aspect of the spirit of MI.
What is Acceptance
Identify the change talk the in the following statement: "I wasn't doing anything wrong! I just went along for the ride and I didn't know they were going to grab that lady's purse. Now they're saying I violated my probation. I guess it's not smart to be cruising around at 2 in the morning, but it happened so fast there was nothing I could do, I didn't break any laws, and I'm not going back to jail for this".
What is "I guess it's not smart to be cruising around at 2 in the morning"
Name the type of complex reflection: Client: "No matter how many times I go through treatment, I always end up right back where I started. I'm telling you that stuff doesn't work for me." Practitioner: "It feels like a roller-coaster ride".
What is simile
Helping the client identify a target behavior and developing discrepancy between present behavior and noted goals are aspects of which process?
What is focusing
This time, I am going straight to the halfway house from here.
What is Commitment
Avoiding unsolicited advice and drawing out the clients desire and reasons for change make up this aspect of the spirit of MI.
What is Evocation
Identify the change talk in the following statement: "It doesn't make sense for me to get a job. No one is going to hire me with a felony and they only pay minimum wage anyway. I can make 10x that much on the street. It's important for me to take care of my family. If I'm not out on the block my little brothers and sisters wouldn't have food on the table or clothes to wear. I wish things could be different because I'm not about going to jail, but I don't know any other way. I'm not going to let my brothers and sisters end up in foster care.
What is "I wish things could be different because I'm not about going to jail"
Name the type of complex reflection: Client: "I could teach the damn treatment program myself!" Practitioner: "There's not a single thing you could learn at this point."
What is amplified
Expressing accurate empathy, rolling with resistance, and striving to fully understand a client's ambivalence are the relational foundation developed through which process?
What is engaging
It ain't worth it to be landing up in here again.
What is Reason
Having concern for the best interest of our clients, actively promoting the client's welfare, and giving priority to their needs, as well as having hope for their ability to change represent this aspect of the spirit of MI.
What is Compassion
Name one of the 5 common reason we miss change talk opportunities
What is not listening, having an expert/focus trap, not recognizing it, not being directive enough, or not knowing how to respond.
Name the type of complex reflection used: Client: "You have no idea how that woman pushes my buttons." Practitioner: "This is not an easy thing for you, and at the same time, you're working really hard on the goals you've set."
What is double-sided
Drawing out the client's own ideas and reason for change and listening for, recognizing, and reinforcing change talk represent which process?
What is evoking
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