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What worries you about your current situation?
Disadvantages of the status quo
What makes you think that you need to do something about (problem)?
Disadvantages of the status quo
What difficulties or hassles have you had in relation to (problem)?
Disadvantages of the status quo
What is there about (the problem) that you or other people might see as reasons for concern?
Disadvantages of the status quo
In what ways does (the problem) concern you?
Disadvantages of the status quo
How has this stopped you from doing what you want to do in life?
Disadvantages of the status quo
What do you think will happen if you don't change anything?
Disadvantages of the status quo
How would you like for things to be different?
Advantages of change
What would be the good thing about (the opposite of the problem)?
Advantages of change
What would you like your life to be like 5 years from now?
Advantages of change
If you could make this change immediately, by magic, how might things be better for you?
Advantages of change
The fact that you are here indicates that at least part of you thinks it's time to do something. What are the main reasons you see for making a change?
Advantages of change
What would be the advantages of making this change?
Advantages of change
What makes you think that if you did decide to make a change, you could do it?
Advantages of change
What encourages you that you can change if you want to?
Optimism about change.
What do you think would work for you, if you decided to change?
Optimism about change.
When else in your life have you made a significant change like this? How did you do it?
Optimism about change.
How confident are you that you can make this change?
Optimism about change.
What personal strengths do you have that will help you succeed?
Optimism about change.
Who could offer you helpful support in making this change?
Optimism about change.
What are you thinking about (the problem) at this point?
Intention to change
I can see that you are feeling stuck at this moment. What is going to have to change?
Intention to change
What do you think you might do?
Intention to change
How important is this to you? How much do you want to do this?
Intention to change
What would you be willing to try?
Intention to change
Of the options I've mentioned, which one sounds like it fits you best?
Intention to change
Never mind the "how" for right now - what do you want to have happen?
Intention to change
So, what do you intend to do?
Intention to change
In what way does this cause problems for you? Where? When? How?
Elaboration of previous response
Tell me about the last time (the problem) occurred.
Elaboration of previous response
Asking for a specific example.
Elaboration of previous response
What else? (within the context of the change topic)
Elaboration of previous response
Name the early methods for increasing client motivation.
OARS -
Open ended questions
Affirming
Reflecting
Summarizing
Name some general guidelines when eliciting change talk.
- Avoid asking 3 questions in a row
- Offer 2-3 reflections per question
- Use reflections that advance the paragraph
- Understate emotional statements you want to continue to explore
- Overstate the emotional statement you'd like terminate
- affirm strengths and effort