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Motivational Interviewing for Clients with Substance Use Disorders: 5 Best Practices

“You don’t use any harder substances, do you?” I winced as I heard myself ask the question. After years of motivational interviewing (MI) training, I know that close-ended yes-or-no questions often shut down a conversation. I also know that phrases like “harder substances” carry a judgmental undertone. Yet I caught myself doing the very thing…

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