Motivational Interviewing in HIV Care reflects significant advances in clinical practice and research, as well as the growing momentum of professional acceptance of the ...
Motivational Interviewing in HIV Care
reflects significant advances in clinical practice and research, as well as the growing momentum of professional acceptance of the motivational interviewing (MI) approach in HIV care. Original, comprehensive, and timely, with clinical illustrations and practical tips, along with discussion of innovative demonstrations projects in the United States and internationally, it features chapters on the latest MI concepts, evidence base, and its applications in the HIV continuum of care. Written with the spirit of MI, this clinically engaging, pragmatic, and empirically based book covers the applications of MI in addressing social determinants of HIV and the integration of MI with other treatment modalities. A whole section showcases training, dissemination, and the role of technology in HIV practice. Ethical dilemmas in the practice of MI in HIV care are explored. The coeditors are joined by expert contributors, researchers, and practitioners in a truly collaborative project, filling a unique niche in the HIV field. This volume identifies and debates future directions for research and clinical practice in HIV care.Less