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Motivational Interviewing and Health Coaching Case Studies

Developing A Motivational Interviewing (MI) Trainer In Your Organization
Backed by over 200 clinical trials and multiple meta-analyses, motivational interviewing (MI) is the gold standard for health coaching. MI can be effective in single or multiple brief encounters, face-to-face or over the phone. MI is also practical for use across the care continuum—from employees in a corporate wellness program to patients with multiple chronic conditions— where it can be most effective. View Case Study >

Leaving Engaging Voicemail Messages
Practitioners routinely leave voicemail messages to persuade patients to enroll in a case management program, schedule an overdue A1C test, or come in for a follow-up visit. However, the approach and tone of the message can have a powerful influence on results. In this case study, we’ll look at how motivational interviewing (MI) can be used to significantly improve the odds of success.View Case Study >

Applications of Motivational Interviewing (MI) Health Coaching with Children & Families
While most motivational interviewing (MI) health coaching case studies feature adult patients, MI can be a powerful approach for promoting health behavior change in families and children. The following is a real case study submitted by LG—a primary care clinic nurse health coach in an organization that recently committed to a comprehensive motivational interviewing workforce development project with HealthSciences Institute.  View Case Study >