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    Using Motivational Interviewing to Change Offender Behavior

    The National Institute of Corrections has just released Motivating Offenders to Change: a Guide for Probation and Parole . This publication provides correctional professionals with both a solid grounding in the principles behind motivational interviewing (MI) and a practical guide for applying these principles in their everyday dealings with offenders. Download a copy from the NIC website. Also Available: Effective Communication/Motivational Strategies in Working with Resistant Populations. A 32...
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