Motivational Interviewing

  • Motivational Interviewing was initially developed in part by psychologists William R. Miller and Stephen Rollnick and has been found to be as effective as CBT in dealing with longstanding behavioural change. MindSculpt uses Motivational Interviewing to address unhealthy behaviours such as drug and alcohol addiction, overeating, smoking, and other behaviours that have a negative impact on the individual’s health.
  • MindSculpt, in using Motivational Interviewing, resists the urge to tell the individual what to do, but rather tries to lead the individual to a realisation that perhaps changing a behaviour is the more appropriate path to follow. All MindSculpt’s practitioners are well-versed in Motivational Interviewing and combining MI with other Cognitive therapies, can assist the individual to address enduring behaviours and bring about positive change.