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Handbook of Motivational Counseling: Concepts, Approaches, and Assessment

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Handbook of Motivational Counseling: Concepts, Approaches, and Assessment

W. Miles Cox (Editor), Eric Klinger (Editor)

ISBN: 978-0-470-09258-3 March 2004 538 Pages

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Motivation is a pervasive force that can affect well-being in a variety of life situations, from the more minor through to the ability to overcome addictions and other serious psychological problems. This book presents empirically supported theories (featuring current concerns theory), questionnaires based on these theories (highlighting the Motivational Structure Questionnaire) and varied interventions based on these, with special emphasis on Systematic Motivational Counselling but also including chapters on such approaches as Personality Systems Interaction Theory, expectancy-based approaches, Motivational Interviewing, logotherapy and several others.
About the Editors.

List of Contributors.

Foreword by Professor Peter E. Nathan.

Preface.

PART I. BASIC CONCEPTS AND THEORIES.

Chapter 1. Motivation and the Theory of Current Concerns (Eric Klinger and W. Miles Cox).

Chapter 2. Motivation and Addiction: The Role of Incentive Motivation in Understanding and Treating Addictive Disorders (Suzette V. Glasner).

Chapter 3. Behavioral Economics: Basic Concepts and Clinical Applications (Christopher J. Correia).

Chapter 4. Personal Project Pursuit: On Human Doings and Well Beings (Brian R. Little and Neil C. Chambers).

Chapter 5. Goal Conflicts: Concepts, Findings and Consequences for Psychotherapy (Johannes Michalak, et al.).

Chapter 6. Motivational Counseling in an Extended Functional Context: Personality Systems Interaction Theory and Assessment (Reiner Kaschel and Julius Kuhl).

Chapter 7. A Motivational Model of Alcohol Use: Determinants of Use and Change (W. Miles Cox and Eric Klinger).

PART II. ASSESSMENT AND RELATIONSHIPS TO BEHAVIOR.

Chapter 8. Measuring Motivation: The Motivational Structure Questi onnaire and Personal Concerns Inventory (W. Miles Cox and Eric Klinger).

Chapter 9. The Motivational Structure Questionnaire and Personal Concerns Inventory: Psychometric Properties (Eric Klinger and W. Miles Cox).

Chapter 10. Volitional and Emotional Correlates of the Motivational Structure Questionnaire: Further Evidence for Construct Validity (Nicola Bumann).

PART III. SYSTEMATIC MOTIVATIONAL COUNSELING AND ITS APPLICATIONS.

Chapter 11. Systematic Motivational Counseling: The Motivational Structure Questionnaire in Action (W. Miles Cox and E. Klinger).

Chapter 12. Systematic Motivational Counseling in Groups: Clarifying Motivational Structure during Psychotherapy (Bernhard M. Schroer, et al.).

Chapter 13. Systematic Motivational Analysis as Part of Self-Help Technique Aimed at Personal Goal Attainment (Renate de Jong-Meyer).

Chapter 14. Systematic Motivational Counseling at Work: Improving Employee Performance, Satisfaction, and Socialization (Loriann Roberson and David M. Sluss).

Chapter 15. Systematic Motivational Counseling in Rehabilitation Medicine (S. Vincent Miranti, et al.).

Chapter 16. Assessing and Changing Motivation to Offend (Mary McMurran).

PART IV. OTHER MOTIVATIONAL APPROACHES TO CHANGING BEHAVIOR.

Chapter 17. Enhancing Motivation for Psychotherapy: The Elaboration of Positive Perspectives (EPOS) to Develop Clients' Goal Structure (Ulrike Willutzki and Christoph Koban).

Chapter 18. Viktor E. Frankl's Existential Analysis and Logotherapy (Manfred Hillmann).

Chapter 19. Changing Alcohol Expectancies: Techniques for Altering Motivations for Drinking (Barry T. Jones).

Chapter 20. The Motivational Drinker's Check-Up: A Brief Intervention for Early Stage Problem Drinkers (Maria J. Emmen, et al.).

Chapter 21. Motivational Enhancement as a Brief Intervention for College Student Drinkers (Arthur W. Blume and G. Alan Marlatt).

Chapter 22. Community Reinforcement Approach and Contingency Management Interventions for Substance Abuse (Conrad J. Wong, et al.).

Chapter 23. Goal Setting as a Motivational Technique for Neurorehabilitation (Siegfried Gauggel and Martina Hoop).

Chapter 24. Motivational Interviewing in Health Promotion and Behavioral Medicine (Ken Resnicow, et al.).

PART V. CONCLUSION.

Chapter 25. Motivational Counseling: Taking Stock and Looking Ahead (W. Miles Cox and Eric Klinger).

Author Index.

Subject Index.