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  • A List of MI Resources

    $0 / Free / An evolving list of resources and tools for Motivational Interviewing (MI), the evidence-based treatment, recommended by consultants and trainers at the Center for Evidence-Based Practices at Case Western Reserve University. MI is a core component of many evidence-based practices and best practices and is used in many service settings (e.g., ACT, IDDT, SE/IPS, housing services, criminal justice, tobacco recovery, primary health).

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  • Building Motivational Interviewing Skills: A Practitioner Workbook

    Developing expertise in motivational interviewing (MI) takes practice, which is exactly the point of this engaging, user-friendly workbook. The volume is packed with real-world examples from a range of clinical settings, as well as sample interactions and hands-on learning activities. The book serves as an adjunct to the second edition of Miller and Rollnick's Motivational Interviewing, as well as more recent books in the MI series.

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  • Exploring Motivation to Change with Residents (Large Poster)

    $0, Free PDF / Printed copies available / Large Poster, 18x24" / This resource features a simple relational process (including stages of change) that promotes housing stability among people with mental illness, substance use disorders, and co-occurring disorders. Display this poster in your workplace. Use it to build self-awareness about your attitudes, thoughts, and communication style. / Designed for use in a variety of housing services. / 8.5x11" mini-poster version also available.

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  • Exploring Motivation to Change with Residents (Mini-Poster)

    $0, Free PDF / Printed copies available / Mini-Poster, 8.5x11" / A smaller version of our large poster. / This resource features a simple relational process (including stages of change) that promotes housing stability among people with mental illness, substance use disorders, and co-occurring disorders. Use it in your workplace. Build self-awareness about your attitudes, thoughts, and communication style. / Designed for a variety of housing services.

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  • Exploring Motivation to Change with Residents (Reminder Card)

    $0, Free PDF / Printed copies available / Reminder Card, 5x11" / This resource features 9 questions to help you promote housing stability among people with mental illness, substance use disorders, and co-occurring disorders. Use it daily to enhance relationships. Build self-awareness about your attitudes, thoughts, and communication style. / Designed for use in a variety of housing services. / Large poster and mini-poster also available.

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  • MI | Coffee Mug with 8 Guiding Principles

    This 11-ounce ceramic coffee mug is a great learning tool for Motivational Interviewing (MI), the evidence-based treatment. It highlights 8 steps for learning and integrating MI into daily practice. Distribute this mug to service providers and teams.

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  • MI | Making the Case for Motivational Interviewing

    $0 / Free PDF / Printed copies available / This 8.5x11" mini-poster introduces organizations to the benefits of Motivational Interviewing (MI), the evidence-based treatment. MI is a conversational approach that helps people discover their own interest in considering and/or making a change in their lives. MI is a core component of ACT, IDDT, SE/IPS, housing services, trauma care, primary healthcare, and more. / Use this resource to educate policymakers, community stakeholders, service providers, and advocates about the benefits of MI.

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  • MI Reminder Card (Am I Doing This Right?)

    $0, Free PDF / Printed copies available / The "MI Reminder Card (Am I Doing This Right?)" is a quick guide for Motivational Interviewing. Use the 11 questions on this card to build self-awareness about your attitudes, thoughts, and communication style. Keep your attention centered on the people you serve. Encourage their motivation to change (e.g., to manage symptoms of mental illness, substance abuse, and other chronic illnesses such as obesity, diabetes, and heart disease).

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