Motivational interviewing is a goal-oriented an client-centered counseling method that helps clients find their intrinsic motivation and make behavioral changes. Research says that it works well with clients who are not ready for change. After increasing their morivation, the client's second goal is to make the commitment to change. To hear themselves express a commitment helps improve their ability to achieve changes. A therapist will play a listening role rather than inttervening. This method can be adopted by clients suffering from susbstance dependence, gambling problems, or mental disorders (to name a few). Message our providers to find out more.