For patients with positive screening results for substance use or alcohol abuse, a motivational discussion by the physician or a qualified staff member that is focused on increasing the patient's understanding of the impact of substance use and motivating behavior change can be coded for reimbursement. Motivational interviewing (mi miller & rollnick, 2002) is both a treatment philosophy and a set of methods employed to help people increase intrinsic motivation by exploring and resolving ambivalence about behavioral change. An integrative literature review of motivational interviewing and co-active life coaching as potential interventions for positive behaviour change in adolescents.
This study was designed to quantitatively evaluate the effectiveness of motivational interviewing (mi) interventions for adolescent substance use behavior change literature searches of electronic. A clinical guide for pediatricians vol 20, no 1 october 2007 motivational interviewing strategies to facilitate adolescent behavior change by melanie a gold, do, faap and patricia k kokotailo, md, mph, faap. Effectiveness of motivational interviewing interventions for adolescent substance use behavior change: a meta-analytic review journal of consulting and clinical psychology 79 , 433 kaufman , j , charney , d ( 2000 .
21 data sources the article search was conducted by the first author eb identified articles by scanning those listed on the motivational interviewing website (wwwmotivationalinterviewingorg) and reviewing all existing literature reviews of mi with adolescent substance users. Motivational enhancement therapy (met) is a counseling approach that helps individuals resolve their ambivalence about engaging in treatment and stopping their drug use this approach aims to evoke rapid and internally motivated change, rather than guide the patient stepwise through the recovery process.
The aim of this paper is to evaluate the effectiveness of brief interventions (bi) with adolescents (mean age use by means of a systematic review of bi for adolescent substance use in the english language literature up to 2002. Metz, d, motivational interviewing for adolescent substance use: a review of the literature, addictive behaviors (2012), doi: 101016/jaddbeh201207001 this is a pdf ﬁle of an unedited manuscript that has been accepted for publication. Motivational interviewing is a counseling approach designed to help individuals resolve ambivalence about their alcohol and/or drug use, and support efforts to change it motivational interviewing (mi) is often delivered as a brief intervention based on client-centered principles.
1 introduction a recent review by macgowan and engle (2010) reports that motivational interviewing (mi) has met the american psychological association's criteria for promising treatments of adolescent substance use. This paper briefly reviews the research literature on motivational interviewing (mi) and behaviour change in adolescents and then discusses the implications of adolescent cognitive and social-emotional developmental processes for the relational and technical components of mi research suggests. Motivational interviewing has been found to reduce substance use among individuals with dsm-iv substance abuse or dependence substance abuse and substance dependence in dsm-iv-tr were replaced by one diagnosis, substance use disorder, in dsm-5 [ 3 .
Motivational interviewing: an approach to substance abuse treatment introduction to mi brief mi interventions conclusions - unanticipated finding by william r miller examining the interpersonal processes of behavior change. References johnston, ld o d motivational interviewing for adolescent substance use: a review of the literature treatment of alcohol dependence of. As applied to patients with substance use disorders, motivational interviewing (mi) is a brief psychotherapy aimed at increasing the patient's motivation and ability to change his/her addictive behaviors (miller, zweben, diclemente, & rychtarik, 1992.
Investigating the effectiveness of targeted motivational interviewing (mi) as a brief intervention for reducing adolescent alcohol use and the associated health and social harms. March 2016 treating youth substance use evidence based practices & their clinical significance susan a stoner, phd, research consultant the eﬀectiveness of treatment interventions for adolescents with substance use problems is an important issue for.
Elizabeth barnett, steve sussman, caitlin smith, louise a rohrbach and donna spruijt-metz, motivational interviewing for adolescent substance use: a review of the literature, addictive behaviors, 37, 12, (1325), (2012. A recent review by macgowan and engle (2010) reports that motivational interviewing (mi) has met the american psychological association's criteria for promising treatments of adolescent substance use. Motivational interviewing (mi) is a widely-used approach for addressing adolescent substance use recent meta-analytic findings show small but consistent effect sizes however, differences in intervention format and intervention design, as well as possible mediators of change, have never been reviewed.