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March 2012 - NIC News & Updates

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    New in the Library – Motivational Interviewing in Corrections

    Motivational Interviewing in Corrections is the first in a set of two resource manuals for supporting the initial implementation of motivational interviewing in correctional settings. The book begins with a brief history of motivational interviewing (MI) and then explores how MI fits in corrections. Also covered are fundamental issues related to the implementation of MI such as: • How MI is learned • How supervisors and coaches can support MI skills in staff • How to work differently...
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