This guide provides an overview for practitioners that are interested in applying evidence-based practices to promote change through Motivational Interview, or MI.
According to Chaplin Hall, "MI is a collaborative, goal-oriented style of communication characterized by compassion and designed to strengthen personal commitment to making change by exploring the person’s own reasons for change. MI creates affirming and transformative service experiences by providing a framework for workers and clinicians to reach, engage, and empower families."
With partners at Public Consulting Group (PCG), Chaplin Hall has created the Motivational Interviewing Guide which includes a roadmap through the MI process, including:
- Planning and Readiness,
- Implementation and Change Management, and
- Continuous Quality Improvement