Using motivational interviewing (MI) can set the foundation for positive behavior change, but first, we need to understand what MI truly is. Jody Hereford, nurse, exercise physiologist, health coach, and member of MINT (Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers) teaches us what the "good" kind of MI is, and how it can play a huge role in affecting a patient's behavior change over the course of their cardiac or pulmonary rehab program.
Make sure to check out Part 2 of our talk with Jody to learn how to improve your MI skills! If you have more questions about motivational interviewing, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org!
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