MI. 1 A MI Definition Principles & Approach V4 012911

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Unformatted text preview: u want, what would be different? How would you like your life to be five years from now? 7. Query Extremes: What are the worst things that might happen if you don’t make this change? What are the best things that might happen if you do make this change? 8. Use Change Rulers: Ask: “On a scale from 1 to 10, how important is it to you to change [the specific target behavior] where 1 is not at all important, and a 10 is extremely important? Follow up: “And why are you at ___and not _____ [a lower number than stated]?” “What might happen that could move you from ___ to [a higher number]?” Alternatively, you could also ask “How confident are that you could make the change if you decided to do it?” 9. Explore Goals and Values: Ask what the person’s guiding values are. What do they want in life? Using a values card...
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This note was uploaded on 12/15/2013 for the course BUSINESS 2255 taught by Professor Stan during the Fall '13 term at USC.

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