EP17 Speech 11 - Motivational Interviewing and the Clinical Science of Carl Rogers - William Miller, PhD
The clinical method of motivational interviewing (MI) evolved from the person-centered approach of Carl Rogers, maintaining his pioneering commitment to the scientific study of therapeutic processes and outcomes. The original developer of MI will summarize the development of this method, its linkage to Rogers, and research on its therapeutic processes, outcomes, and training.
- Describe several parallels between motivational interviewing and the person-centered approach of Carl Rogers.
- Differentiate relational and technical components of motivational interviewing.
- Explain how studies of MI are relevant to general therapeutic relationship factors in psychotherapy.
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William Miller, PhD
Dr. Miller is Emeritus Distinguished Professor of Psychology and Psychiatry at the University of New Mexico. He has published over 400 professional articles and chapters and 50 books including Loving kindness (2017), Motivational Interviewing (2013), Controlling Your Drinking (2013), Treating Addiction (2011), and Quantum Change (2001). The Institute for Scientific Information has listed him as one of the world's most cited scientists.