Essay on Cognitive Behavior Therapy And Motivational Interviewing
MI & CBT
Davis, Kaiser, Devitt, O’Neill and Mueser (2014) states that Motivational Interviewing relies on strategies that not only focus on the social dimensions but also the technical dimensions of care. These strategies foster the motivation to change one’s perspective on their substance use. Techniques such as; reflective listening, affirmations to support clients self-efficacy, open-ended question to encourage clients elaboration, and summaries to help participate and reinforce what was discussed, are all use to build clients motivation and commitment to change (Chang, Compton, Almeter & Chester, 2014).
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy refers to a class of interventions that share the principle that psychological distress and mental health disorders are…