Jeugd en Co Kennis

, Volume 3, Issue 4, pp 29–38 | Cite as

Motiverende gespreksvoering stimuleert verandering

  • Cora Bartelink


Hoe krijg je als hulpverlener je cliënten zo ver dat ze een probleem aanpakken? Elke hulpverlener worstelt soms met cliënten die niet lijken te willen veranderen, al is hun gedrag schadelijk voor henzelf of hun kind. Motiverende gespreksvoering is een techniek die elke hulpverlener kan inzetten om cliënten te motiveren tot verandering.

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