Integrating Motivational Interviewing and Cognitive Behavior Therapy in Clinical Practice shows counseling and other mental health professionals how the theoretical bases and evidence-based practices of motivational interviewing (MI) and cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) can be used together to maximize client outcomes.
Chapters outline effective methods for integrating MI and CBT and show how these can be applied to clients in a diverse range of mental health, substance use and addiction, and correctional settings. Written in a clear and applicable style, the text features case studies, resources for skill development, and "Voices From the Field" sections, as well as chapters devoted to specific topics such as depression, anxiety, and more.
Building on foundational frameworks for integrative practice, this is a valuable resource for counseling and psychotherapy practitioners looking to incorporate MI and CBT into their clinical practices.
Section I. 1. The Growing Trend of Integrative Practice 2. Motivational Interviewing 3. Cognitive Behavior Therapy 4. An Introduction to Integrating Motivational Interviewing and Cognitive Behavior Therapy 5. Integrating MI and CBT with Diverse Clients Section II. 6. MI as a Precursor to CBT 7. Assimilating MI into CBT 8. Assimilating CBT into MI 9. Seamless Blending of MI and CBT Section III. 10. Substance Use and Addictive Disorders 11. Mental Health-Related Concerns 12. Criminal Behaviors and Correctional Settings Section IV. 13. Reconciling Potential Dilemmas 14. Training and Supervision