Motivational interviewing (MI) is an evidence-based practice that is being implemented in a wide range of settings. Research supports the importance of ongoing coaching and feedback sessions following initial training in MI to implement and sustain MI-adherent competencies. This article describes the development and preliminary testing of a group feedback and consultation process where clinicians code each others' clinical samples of MI sessions and provide feedback to each other regarding the level of adherence to MI fidelity measures. Preliminary results suggest that group feedback may help clinicians develop and sustain MI skills.
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This research was supported by a VA Merit research award to Eric Dieperink.
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- Motivational interviewing