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(p. 74) Session 3: Motivation 

(p. 74) Session 3: Motivation
(p. 74) Session 3: Motivation

Jordana Muroff

, Patty Underwood

, and Gail Steketee

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date: 20 October 2020

Following an initial description of motivational interviewing methods, leaders ask group members for an initial rating and discussion of motivation for and confidence in change. The chapter guides clinicians through the use of motivational enhancement methods with clients who experience ambivalence about working on their hoarding and acquiring problems. The chapter describes several visualization exercises to help members examine their ambivalence and suggests strategies for addressing ambivalence. Vignettes illustrate some of the methods and highlight how group process may enhance and undermine motivation. Tables and charts provide focused intervention strategies.

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