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FUTURE ROLE FOR MOTIVATIONAL INTERVIEWING IN THE TREATMENT OF INSOMNIA - AN OPINION

@article{Lim2013FUTURERF,
  title={FUTURE ROLE FOR MOTIVATIONAL INTERVIEWING IN THE TREATMENT OF INSOMNIA - AN OPINION},
  author={Lucas Jh Lim and Jun Hao and Taranjit Kaur Dhillon and Ng Beng Yeong and Ellery Kent},
  journal={Asean Journal of Psychiatry},
  year={2013},
  volume={15},
  pages={106-112}
}
  • L. Lim, Jun Hao, E. Kent
  • Published 21 November 2013
  • Medicine, Psychology
  • Asean Journal of Psychiatry
Objective: This paper aims to explore the possibility of using motivational interviewing (MI) as a therapy for insomnia patients. Methods: We reviewed the current practice guidelines for insomnia, and noted the issues pertaining to types of treatment, notably CBT-I. We also reviewed some studies which seem to suggest that MI treats insomnia. Results: MI is a proven technique for other psychiatric illnesses. There are currently not many studies done evaluating the efficacy of MI on insomnia. Of… 
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