We hope you enjoy our conversation with Dr. Jeff Breckon, Head of Research in the Academy of Sport and Physical Activity at Sheffield Hallam University. Jeff is a Chartered Sport and Exercise Psychologist with membership in both the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers and British Psychological Association. He has provided
Glenn and Sebastian welcome Dr. Allan Zuckoff to the podcast. Allan is Vice President for Clinical Program Development at Vital Decisions, a company that provides MI-based telephonic advance care planning services to people with life-limiting illness. Allan is a clinical psychologist who spent more than two decades as a member
In this episode of Talking to Change: A Motivational Interviewing Podcast, we had the pleasure of sitting down with David Rosengren, PhD, President and CEO of the Prevention Research Institute (https://www.primeforlife.org/) in Lexington, Kentucky, USA. David is also the author of Building Motivational Interviewing Skills: A Practitioner Workbook (2nd edition)
In the latest instalment of Talking to Change: A Motivational Interviewing Podcast, we were joined by Tim Apodaca, licensed psychologist and associate professor of paediatrics at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, USA. Tim is a clinician and researcher who devotes much of his work on the use of MI with
In this episode we welcome Majella Greene, a registered social worker with master’s degrees in applied positive psychology and social work policy and research. Majella, who hails from London, UK, has numerous personal and professional interests, including human emotions, self-fulfilment, resilience, positive experiences and those difficult experiences that enable us
In episode eight we talk with Dee-Dee Stout, clinician, trainer, and author on the intersection between Motivational Interviewing (MI) and Trauma Informed Practice (TIP). Dee-Dee discusses how not focusing on symptoms in favour of engagement with clients who have experienced trauma can make the work more effective and rewarding for
In episode seven the co-founder of Motivational Interviewing Steve Rollnick describes the development and future directions of MI and explores his journey, with Bill Miller, of translating MI from a world of specialist psychology to one of everyday practice.
0. Introductions & Steve Rollnick bio
2.30. The developmental chronology of MI
In the sixth episode of Talking to Change: A Motivational Interviewing Podcast, Glenn and Sebastian welcome Theresa Moyers, PhD, associate professor of psychology at the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA. Terri shares her ideas on the importance of change talk within MI based on her extensive experiences as a clinician and researcher on the treatment of addictive behaviours. The following is an indexed list of topics that Glenn, Sebastian, and Terri discuss:
0:00 – Opening/introduction
2:00 – What is change talk and why does it matter?
14:30 – Desire change talk
16:30 – Sustain talk
19:00 – Other elements of change talk
23:30 – Is change talk all about behaviour?
27:00 – Change talk: Smoke or fire?
34:00 – Talking one’s self into change
37:00 – The clinician as influencer: “The waitress test”
45:00 – Client language within an empathic relationship
55:00 – Learning MI
59:00 – What’s on your mind lately? Dog training
1:06:00 – Closing