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The Effects of Motivational Interviewing with the Dual Diagnosis Population

@inproceedings{Moore2015TheEO,
  title={The Effects of Motivational Interviewing with the Dual Diagnosis Population},
  author={Martina S. Moore},
  year={2015}
}
The Effects of Motivational Interviewing in Intensive Outpatient Programs by Martina Moore MA, John Carroll University, 2000 BA, Notre Dame College, 1997 Dissertation Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy Counselor Education and Supervision Walden University May 2015 Abstract Dual diagnosis clients continue to have low treatment completion rates. The purpose of the current study was to understand if motivational interviewing helped to… 

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Motivational interviewing (MI) is an evidence-based counselling technique that is used by psychologists, doctors, nurses, midwives and social workers as an effective intervention aimed at behavioural

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