By Ann E. Fields
This five-session motivational interviewing crew intervention elicits and results confident swap within the lives of individuals being affected by existence offerings and private habit (e.g. addictions, compulsive behaviors, anger administration, leaving an abusive dating, unlawful behaviors).This curriculum team version has large software for all human provider practitioners, therapy services and educators. additionally on hand in Spanish. See "Grupo Motivacional Con Base Curricular".
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The facilitator will also inform them that they may experience some discomfort in answering the questions. The facilitator will talk about “this discomfort” (discrepancy), after everyone has presented their exercise. 9. Give clients handout packet • Values Exercise Instructions: Handout 13 - (pg. 63). • Values Exercise 1 - Handout 14 - List of Values (pg. 69). © Hollifield Associates / 2004 60 10. The facilitator will explain that this exercise is a four-step process. The clients will begin by reviewing the two-page list of values and they will check off all the values that are most important to them.
The clients that need to complete the Vision Homework (Handout 20 pg. 97-98) will remain after the group session to review the exercise with the facilitator. The clients will take out three exercises they have completed from their folder: Areas of Impact – (Part B), Feelings underlined, and the six Values they prioritized. From the exercises, the clients will complete the vision exercise summary sheet, (pg 97). The facilitator will review the direction under Part B of the Vision exercise for clients to complete at home.
Exercise 2. Take the orientation exercise, Areas of Impact, out of your folder. Review the list of feelings below and write the feelings you are currently having next to each of the areas of your life that you prioritized on (Part B). FEELINGS Vulnerable Mad Worried Loss of Control Sad Powerlessness Empty Fearful Frustrated Rage Startled Disappointed Happy Hopeless Numb Irritated Shocked Angry Restless Content Belittled Oppressed Inadequate Stunned Tired Jumpy Outraged Depressed Satisfied Invisible Exhausted Remorseful Glad Embarrassed Relaxed Anxious Relief Nervous © Hollifield Associates / 2004 Confused Jealous Guilty 39 Handout 9 (pg.
Curriculum-Based Motivation Group: A Five Session Motivational Interviewing Group Intervention by Ann E. Fields
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