Introduction to Motivational Interviewing: Resolving Ambivalence and Changing Behavior


In this video, Dr Tara DeWitt, Ph.D., Clinical psychologist at the Brooklyn Veterans’ Affairs Hospital (New York Harbor), introduces motivational interviewing (MI) and explains how it helps clients to resolve ambivalence in order to create desired change. Dr DeWitt defines MI and characterizes its spirit, outlines the change talk acronym DARN CAT, shows how to use confidence rulers, and takes viewers through the OARS acronym: the primary tools of MI which help the client move from ambivalence to resolution.



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