Motivational Interviewing

Developed by Miller and Rollnick, Motivational Interviewing (MI) addresses motivation for change within the client by addressing the positives and negatives of change. By increasing intrinsic motivation, client is expected to experience a change in behavior as well. It is primarily used to treat addictions and unhealthy behaviors, especially for individuals who are not prepared […]

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Interpersonal Therapy

The major figure in Interpersonal Theory is Harry Sullivan, who was a Neo-Freudian. Sullivan placed a high emphasis on sociology and personality development, which occurs through interpersonal/social exchanges of emotions.  The Interpersonal Therapy  was developed by Klerman and Weissman. According to the theory, there are three modes of existence: Prototaxic: brief moments of experiences/sensations, unconnected with one […]

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