Motivational interviewing

  title={Motivational interviewing},
  author={Stephen Rollnick and Christopher C. Butler and Paul Kinnersley and John Gregory and Bob Mash},
  journal={BMJ : British Medical Journal},
Motivational interviewing has been shown to promote behaviour change in a wide range of healthcare settings 

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