People with diabetes often struggle to make healthy choices and stay on top of managing their illness. Filling a vital need, this is the first book to focus on the use of motivational interviewing (MI) in diabetes care. The uniquely qualified authors--physician Marc P. Steinberg has devoted much of his career to diabetes care, and renowned clinical psychologist William R. Miller is the co-developer of MI--present proven counseling techniques that can make any conversation with a patient more efficacious and motivating. Numerous sample dialogues illustrate specific ways to elicit patients' strengths and help them overcome barriers to change in such areas as eating habits, physical activity, medication use, insulin treatment, substance abuse, psychological issues, and more. This book is in the Applications of Motivational Interviewing series.
I. Motivational Interviewing as a Clinical Style 1. Why Don't People Do What We Tell Them to Do? 2. Mindset and Heartset 3. Four Processes of Motivational Interviewing 4. OARS: Four Foundational Practice Skills 5. Hearing, Evoking, and Responding to Change Talk 6. Offering Information and Advice II. Motivational Interviewing and Common Challenges in Diabetes Care 7. A New Diagnosis of Diabetes 8. Physical Activity and Healthy Eating 9. Medication Use 10. Insulin Use in Type 2 Diabetes 11. Addressing Self-Care during Follow-Up Visits 12. Substance Use 13. Psychological Stress and Depression 14. Talking with the Family 15. Adolescents and Diabetes Self-Care 16. Managing Diabetes-Related Complications III. Learning and Applying Motivational Interviewing 17. Learning Motivational Interviewing 18. Motivational Interviewing in Groups 19. Motivational Interviewing, Diabetes Prevention, and the Global Epidemic of Diabetes Appendix. Systematic and Meta-Analytic Reviews of Motivational Interviewing References Index