Miller and Rollnick are the developers of MI and this is their third edition. The book provides a thorough overview of MI with sample scripts of MI being used in a wide variety of disciplinesView/Buy
This is a resource for those who work specifically with diabetes. It covers eating habits, physical activity, medication use, insulin treatment, substance abuse and psychological issues inherent in diabetes management.View/Buy
This is an excellent resource for those who wish to apply MI skills when facilitating group classes and group support programs.View/Buy
This book provides workbook pages and activities to facilitate practicing MI skills.View/Buy
The authors provide an overview of motivational interviewing with scripts that are specific to the health professions.View/Buy
This book provides suggestions for using MI from a developmentally informed perspective and addresses many issues specific to adolescents and young adults such as sexual risk taking, substance abuse and eating disorders.View/Buy
Molly Kellogg offers extensive materials on motivational interviewing and nutrition counseling, all of which can be accessed on her website: www.mollykellogg.com. There you will find 50 free nutrition counseling tips. She also offers trainings all over the country and supervision services.
While there are other books on nutrition counseling, most provide very little on motivational interviewing. However, this book includes several chapters that address these concepts.
This book includes a brief overview of motivational interviewing and a compilation of chapters written by authors with expertise in the, weight-neutral, Health At Every Size®paradigm. Topics addressed include the latest research on weight and health, mindful eating, eating competence, sports nutrition, food and feelings, eating disorders and communicating a non-diet approach to clients using MI.View/Buy
This book was written for practitioners who work with clients struggling with Binge Eating Disorder, Compulsive Eating or Emotional Overeating. The authors demonstrate how to incorporate the Health At Every Size paradigm into counseling sessions and also address topics such as the clinician’s own attitudes toward dieting and weight; cultural, ethical and social justice issues; the neuroscience of mindfulness; weight stigma; and promoting wellness for children of all sizes.View/Buy
This book explains the non-diet approach and provides strategies for incorporating these approaches into nutrition and dietetics, including strategies for medical charting and following the Nutrition Care Process.View/Buy
This book explains the non-diet approach and provides strategies for incorporating these approaches into a psychological counseling practice.View/Buy