We provide professional support in Motivational Therapy.
Motivational therapy (motivational interview) is a client-oriented, directive method used to increase the intrinsic motivation for change and strengthen commitment by discovering and resolving ambivalence.
Motivational interviewing is used as an important and effective method in addiction treatment. It has gained importance especially with the failure of compulsive treatment methods to quit. The important advantages of this method are its short duration and permanent effects on the person. It is also used to initiate change in patients who do not consider treatment.
Motivational interviewing is a treatment method that helps people understand their problems and take action for change. This method is particularly useful for addicts who are reluctant to quit or who are ambivalent. Understanding and resolving ambivalence plays an important role in treatment. Some drug users need this ambivalence resolved.
Gaining motivation is the first step of treatment. Motivational interviewing prepares the ground for people to move on to the next stages of treatment.