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Talking To Change - A Motivational Interviewing podcast

Talking To Change - A Motivational Interviewing podcast

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Talking To Change - A Motivational Interviewing podcast
Talking To Change - A Motivational Interviewing podcast

Talking To Change - A Motivational Interviewing podcast

Talking To Change - A Motivational Interviewing podcast

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Latest Episodes

Ep 1 The Spirit of Motivational Interviewing

In the first episode of Talking to Change: A Motivational Interviewing Podcast, Glenn Hinds and Sebastian Kaplan introduce themselves and discuss their hopes for the podcast. They also provide an overview of the Motivational Interviewing (MI) Spirit, which consists of four guiding elements that all MI practitioners strive to uphold when engaging in MI conversations with clients: Partnership, Acceptance, Compassion, and Evocation.

55 MIN2018 JUN 6
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Ep 1 The Spirit of Motivational Interviewing

Ep 2 The Core Skills

Glenn and Sebastian return for the second episode of Talking to Change: A Motivational Interviewing Podcast. Here they focus on the core skills of Motivational Interviewing (MI), often presented as the acronym OARS. The core skills are Open-Ended Questions, Affirmations, Reflections, and Summaries. For more information, to provide feedback or to submit questions about this or for future episodes email podcast@glennhinds.com. EPISODE 2: The Core Skills

31 MIN2018 JUL 4
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Ep 2 The Core Skills

Ep 3 The Four Processes

In the third episode of Talking to Change: A Motivational Interviewing Podcast, Glenn and Sebastian focus on the four processes of Motivational Interviewing (MI). The four processes are Engage, Focus, Evoke & Plan. Sebastian and Glenn also demonstrate an MI conversation centered on smoking. For more information, to provide feedback or to submit questions about this or for future episodes email podcast@glennhinds.com. EPISODE 3: The Four Processes

59 MIN2018 JUL 23
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Ep 3 The Four Processes

Ep 4 Motivational Interviewing & Compassion

In the fourth episode of Talking to Change: A Motivational Interviewing Podcast, Glenn and Sebastian welcome Stan Steindl, PhD. Stan discusses the bidirectional relationship between compassion and MI. Specifically how compassion is a key element of the MI spirit and how MI style conversations can help guide someone towards a more compassionate view of themselves or others, which can also help bring about a host of benefits to one’s health

69 MIN2018 JUL 30
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Ep 4 Motivational Interviewing & Compassion

Ep 5 Carl Rogers (Person Centred Helping)

Carl Rogers, Person Centred Helping and Motivational Interviewing

81 MIN2018 AUG 16
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Ep 5 Carl Rogers (Person Centred Helping)

Ep 6 Change Talk (Client Language In Helping Conversations)

Change Talk (Client Language In Helping Conversations) 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 ...

67 MIN2018 AUG 31
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Ep 6 Change Talk (Client Language In Helping Conversations)

Ep 7 Steve Rollnick on the development, future and practice of MI

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. Time Index;- 0. Introductions & Steve Rollnick bio 2.30. The developmental chronology of MI 10.10. The fundamental elements (jewels) of MI Practice and effectiveness 15.14. The negative consequences of stress in helping environments and MI practitioners 18.55. Recognising the practitioner’s ‘state’ and it’s influence on helping encounters 22.40. Attitudes and skills explored 29.40. Affirmations 36.19. Evoking 45.55. Advice giving 50.45. Steve’s questions for practitioners to consider while reflecting on MI attitude and practice 56.00. Time limited interventions 1.03.20. What NOT to do in MI 1.06.20. Drawing to a close. Exploring the future directions of MI 1.13.08 Contact details for Steve, the podcast, resources and links....

77 MIN2018 SEP 11
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Ep 7 Steve Rollnick on the development, future and practice of MI

Ep 8 Dee-Dee Stout on Trauma In Practice and MI

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 the client and practitioner alike. Here is an indexed list of topics: 0:00 – Opening/Introduction 4:30 – What is Trauma Informed Practice? (TIP) 8:00 – Transforming the System: Application of TIP in a Domestic Violence Shelter 21:00 – Collaboration and Engagement 23:45 – Autonomy Support 27:45 – More on Engagement and the MI Spirit 39:45 – Moving Beyond Symptoms in Clinical Settings 44:45 – Recent Interests: MI and TIP with Families – Families for Sensible Drug Policy 49:10 – Closing To ask questions of this and previous episodes, or to make suggestions for future content email podcast@glennhinds.com For more episodes in this series clickTalking...

51 MIN2018 SEP 30
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Ep 8 Dee-Dee Stout on Trauma In Practice and MI

Ep 9 MI & Positive Psychology

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 to grow. Majella shares her ideas on how MI and positive psychology fit together to help clients reach their potential. The following is an indexed list of topics that Glenn, Sebastian, and Majella discuss: 0:00 – Opening/introduction 2:45 – What is Positive Psychology? 7:00 – Flourishing through the full range of emotions 9:50 – Why call it Positive? 14:00 – Challenges in Research 21:40 –MI, Positive Psychology, and Social Work 29:40 – Examples of Positive Psychology in Practice 39:00 – Importance of Nonverbal Communication 47:00 – “Theme Tunes” 50:00 – What’s on your mind lately? Trauma Informed Practice;...

58 MIN2018 OCT 21
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Ep 9 MI & Positive Psychology

Ep 10 Affirmations in Motivational Interviewing

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 adolescents experiencing complex life challenges. In this episode, Tim shared his ideas on affirmations through case illustrations and findings from his research on how MI works. The following is an indexed list of topics that Glenn, Sebastian, and Tim discuss: 0:00 – Opening/introduction 3:00 – What is an affirmation? 7:30 – Affirmation or praise? 12:00 – Genuine affirmations with case discussion 25:30 – Eliciting goals and values 34:00 – Research on connection between affirmations and change talk 41:00 – Importance of curiosity 47:30 – The “tone” of MI 51:20 – Affirmations with adolescents and families 1:01:00 – Research on “envisioning the future” with clients 1:...

68 MIN2018 NOV 19
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Ep 10 Affirmations in Motivational Interviewing

Latest Episodes

Ep 1 The Spirit of Motivational Interviewing

In the first episode of Talking to Change: A Motivational Interviewing Podcast, Glenn Hinds and Sebastian Kaplan introduce themselves and discuss their hopes for the podcast. They also provide an overview of the Motivational Interviewing (MI) Spirit, which consists of four guiding elements that all MI practitioners strive to uphold when engaging in MI conversations with clients: Partnership, Acceptance, Compassion, and Evocation.

55 MIN2018 JUN 6
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Ep 1 The Spirit of Motivational Interviewing

Ep 2 The Core Skills

Glenn and Sebastian return for the second episode of Talking to Change: A Motivational Interviewing Podcast. Here they focus on the core skills of Motivational Interviewing (MI), often presented as the acronym OARS. The core skills are Open-Ended Questions, Affirmations, Reflections, and Summaries. For more information, to provide feedback or to submit questions about this or for future episodes email podcast@glennhinds.com. EPISODE 2: The Core Skills

31 MIN2018 JUL 4
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Ep 2 The Core Skills

Ep 3 The Four Processes

In the third episode of Talking to Change: A Motivational Interviewing Podcast, Glenn and Sebastian focus on the four processes of Motivational Interviewing (MI). The four processes are Engage, Focus, Evoke & Plan. Sebastian and Glenn also demonstrate an MI conversation centered on smoking. For more information, to provide feedback or to submit questions about this or for future episodes email podcast@glennhinds.com. EPISODE 3: The Four Processes

59 MIN2018 JUL 23
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Ep 3 The Four Processes

Ep 4 Motivational Interviewing & Compassion

In the fourth episode of Talking to Change: A Motivational Interviewing Podcast, Glenn and Sebastian welcome Stan Steindl, PhD. Stan discusses the bidirectional relationship between compassion and MI. Specifically how compassion is a key element of the MI spirit and how MI style conversations can help guide someone towards a more compassionate view of themselves or others, which can also help bring about a host of benefits to one’s health

69 MIN2018 JUL 30
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Ep 4 Motivational Interviewing & Compassion

Ep 5 Carl Rogers (Person Centred Helping)

Carl Rogers, Person Centred Helping and Motivational Interviewing

81 MIN2018 AUG 16
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Ep 5 Carl Rogers (Person Centred Helping)

Ep 6 Change Talk (Client Language In Helping Conversations)

Change Talk (Client Language In Helping Conversations) 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 ...

67 MIN2018 AUG 31
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Ep 6 Change Talk (Client Language In Helping Conversations)

Ep 7 Steve Rollnick on the development, future and practice of MI

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. Time Index;- 0. Introductions & Steve Rollnick bio 2.30. The developmental chronology of MI 10.10. The fundamental elements (jewels) of MI Practice and effectiveness 15.14. The negative consequences of stress in helping environments and MI practitioners 18.55. Recognising the practitioner’s ‘state’ and it’s influence on helping encounters 22.40. Attitudes and skills explored 29.40. Affirmations 36.19. Evoking 45.55. Advice giving 50.45. Steve’s questions for practitioners to consider while reflecting on MI attitude and practice 56.00. Time limited interventions 1.03.20. What NOT to do in MI 1.06.20. Drawing to a close. Exploring the future directions of MI 1.13.08 Contact details for Steve, the podcast, resources and links....

77 MIN2018 SEP 11
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Ep 7 Steve Rollnick on the development, future and practice of MI

Ep 8 Dee-Dee Stout on Trauma In Practice and MI

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 the client and practitioner alike. Here is an indexed list of topics: 0:00 – Opening/Introduction 4:30 – What is Trauma Informed Practice? (TIP) 8:00 – Transforming the System: Application of TIP in a Domestic Violence Shelter 21:00 – Collaboration and Engagement 23:45 – Autonomy Support 27:45 – More on Engagement and the MI Spirit 39:45 – Moving Beyond Symptoms in Clinical Settings 44:45 – Recent Interests: MI and TIP with Families – Families for Sensible Drug Policy 49:10 – Closing To ask questions of this and previous episodes, or to make suggestions for future content email podcast@glennhinds.com For more episodes in this series clickTalking...

51 MIN2018 SEP 30
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Ep 8 Dee-Dee Stout on Trauma In Practice and MI

Ep 9 MI & Positive Psychology

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 to grow. Majella shares her ideas on how MI and positive psychology fit together to help clients reach their potential. The following is an indexed list of topics that Glenn, Sebastian, and Majella discuss: 0:00 – Opening/introduction 2:45 – What is Positive Psychology? 7:00 – Flourishing through the full range of emotions 9:50 – Why call it Positive? 14:00 – Challenges in Research 21:40 –MI, Positive Psychology, and Social Work 29:40 – Examples of Positive Psychology in Practice 39:00 – Importance of Nonverbal Communication 47:00 – “Theme Tunes” 50:00 – What’s on your mind lately? Trauma Informed Practice;...

58 MIN2018 OCT 21
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Ep 9 MI & Positive Psychology

Ep 10 Affirmations in Motivational Interviewing

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 adolescents experiencing complex life challenges. In this episode, Tim shared his ideas on affirmations through case illustrations and findings from his research on how MI works. The following is an indexed list of topics that Glenn, Sebastian, and Tim discuss: 0:00 – Opening/introduction 3:00 – What is an affirmation? 7:30 – Affirmation or praise? 12:00 – Genuine affirmations with case discussion 25:30 – Eliciting goals and values 34:00 – Research on connection between affirmations and change talk 41:00 – Importance of curiosity 47:30 – The “tone” of MI 51:20 – Affirmations with adolescents and families 1:01:00 – Research on “envisioning the future” with clients 1:...

68 MIN2018 NOV 19
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Ep 10 Affirmations in Motivational Interviewing
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