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Title Employment Strategies: Motivational Interviewing Resources Roundup
Summary Motivational interviewing is an evidence-based counseling method used to help people resolve ambivalence and develop internal motivation to change behavior. It is a practical, short-term, person-centered process in which the counselor recognizes individual strengths and brings them to the forefront whenever possible. Motivational interviewing helps people change behaviors that are keeping them from making positive life decisions. It supports people with disabilities, challenging behaviors, or health issues to identify goals and ways to achieve them. This resource roundup includes featured training, examples of strategy use in targeted communities, best practices/research, and selected research and resources.

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