AuthorBehling, Kirsten T.
Bellemore, Eileen H.
Bibeau, Lisa B.
Cioffi, Andrew S.
McNamee, Bridget A.
GroupStudent Accessibility and Academic Resource (StAAR) Center (Tufts University)
Association of American Medical Colleges
Salem State University
SubjectStudents with disabilities--Services for
Communication in services for people with disabilities
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DescriptionThere are many different types of strategies and philosophies for how to build rapport and obtain the information we need to best serve our students. Motivational Interviewing is just one method, but it can be particularly effective when trying to build a relationship and empower students to take ownership of their situations and develop self-advocacy skills to make meaningful change. (Material adapted from Vowell, Claire. "Motivational Interviewing: 30+ Tools, Affirmations & More." PositivePsychology.com. December 9, 2020. https://positivepsychology.com/motivational-interviewing-exercises/).
CitationBehling, Kirsten T., Eileen H. Bellemore, Lisa B. Bibeau, Andrew S. Cioffi, and Bridget A. McNamee. 10.3 Case Management Communication Tools. Philadelphia: Temple University Libraries, 2023.
Citation to related workBehling, Kirsten T., Eileen H. Bellemore, Lisa B. Bibeau, Andrew S. Cioffi, and Bridget A. McNamee. Disability Services in Higher Education: An Insider’s Guide. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2023.
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