Presented by Caroline Morris, PT, DPT, GCS, WHC
Course DescriptionWhat’s a therapist to do when patients do not comply with treatment recommendations? In this course we explore the process of motivational interviewing as a way to improve the therapist-patient relationship, and ultimately patient outcomes. We discuss the perils of persuasion and automatic problem solving for our patients. We identify and develop skills for guiding […]
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- This course has been Approved by CERS, an Approval Agency for the California Board of Physical Therapy. CERS Course Approval #: TBA.
Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:
- Identify the problems with persuasion in therapist-patient interactions.
- Define motivational interviewing.
- Distinguish between directing, guiding, and following in therapist-patient interactions.
- Identify the basic skills required for motivational interviewing.
- Apply motivational interviewing skills to common therapist-patient interactions.
- 0:00 - Welcome and introductions
- 0:05 - Persuasion and the righting reflex
- 0:15 - Overview of motivational interviewing
- 0:25 - Case studies of therapist-patient interactions
- 0:35 - Key skills required for motivational interviewing
- 0:45 - Applying skills to patient interactions
- 0:55 - Q/A
- 1:00 - End course + quiz
Information is geared to practitioners with little or no knowledge of the subject matter. Focus is on providing general introductory information.
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Instructor Financial Disclosures
- Presenter is being paid by Therapy Insights to prepare and present this course.
- Presenter is a salaried faculty member of Virginia Hospital Center and Marymount University.
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