Motivational Interviewing for Behavior Change with Stephen Rollnick, PhD PH257


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It’s a familiar scenario: Your client understands what they need to do to improve their health, and yet they just can’t seem to consistently follow through on eating right, exercising more, getting quality sleep, etc.

Enter motivational interviewing, a way of conducting conversations about change to strengthen clients’ motivation and commitment.

Dr. Stephen Rollnick is a pioneer in the field of motivational interviewing and has spent much of his career researching and developing effective methods for helping people resolve difficult behavior change.

He recently joined me for a live Q&A-style webinar hosted by CrossFit Health with a focus on how motivational interviewing can help clients and patients achieve their goals.

Join me live for next month’s webinar on April 22 at 6p ET/3p PT. I’ll be chatting with Dr. Alessio Fasano about gluten and the microbiome. Keep an eye out on for registration details.

You can connect with Dr. Rollnick via his website.

Dr. Rollnick is offering a 25% discount to the CrossFit Health community on his book Motivational Interviewing as well as 50% off the online course Motivational Interviewing in Healthcare (use code MICROSSFIT)

Resources mentioned in the episode:

Coaching Athletes to Be Their Best: Motivational Interviewing in Sports (Applications of Motivational Interviewing), Stephen Rollnick

Finding Your Way to Change: How the Power of Motivational Interviewing Can Reveal What You Want and Help You Get There, Allan Zuckoff

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Disclaimer: This podcast is for general information only, and does not provide medical advice. I recommend that you seek assistance from your personal physician for any health conditions or concerns.

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