Motivational Interviewing and Self–Determination Theory

@article{Markland2005MotivationalIA,
  title={Motivational Interviewing and Self–Determination Theory},
  author={David A Markland and Richard M. Ryan and Vannessa Jayne Tobin and Stephen Rollnick},
  journal={Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology},
  year={2005},
  volume={24},
  pages={811-831}
}
Motivational interviewing has become widely adopted as a counseling style for promoting behavior change; however, as yet it lacks a coherent theoretical framework for understanding its processes and efficacy. This article proposes that self–determination theory (SDT) can offer such a framework. The principles of motivational interviewing and SDT are outlined and the parallels between them are drawn out. We show how both motivational interviewing and SDT are based on the assumption that humans… 
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