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Getting “unstuck” with your members of Congress using Motivational Interviewing techniques, 9 pm ET - Shared screen with speaker view
Jim Driggers
12:46
Jim Driggers from Contra Costa, CA. He/Him
Judy Arbogast
12:59
Hello from Olalla, WA. Judy Arbogast
RESULTS Global
13:21
Eloise Sutherland, she, her
Kathleen Ness
13:21
Kathleen Ness, she, her Grand Forks, ND
Liz Clerkin
13:23
Hello from Oberlin, OH!
John Hornby
13:27
Hello from Gig Harbor, WA
Sarah Leone, RESULTS, She/Her
14:08
Feel free to also use the "Raise Your Hand" function in the reactions tab at the bottom right corner of your screen!
Judy Arbogast
15:33
When will tonight’s slides be available for printing?
Sarah Leone, RESULTS, She/Her
15:58
I will send them out tomorrow morning Judy along with tonight's recording :)
Judy Arbogast
16:18
Thank you!
Sarah Leone, RESULTS, She/Her
16:29
You're very welcome!
Beth Wilson
17:01
Just watched session #2, excellent! Looking forward to session #3. Hello form Olalla, WA, with Judy Arbogast and Joh Hornby, in our group together. And Sarah Leone our Co-Regional Coordinator with John Hornby.
Karyne Bury (she/her), RESULTS
17:16
Great application Craig
Sarah Leone, RESULTS, She/Her
17:40
That's fantastic Craig, so happy that you were able to use the skills already
Sarah Leone, RESULTS, She/Her
25:44
DARND = their wants and desires for changeA = abilities, skills, and resources for changeR = reason, specific arguments for changeN = need, statements about feeling obliged to change
Sarah Leone, RESULTS, She/Her
26:15
D = desire, A = abilities, R = reason, N = need
Sarah Leone, RESULTS, She/Her
27:55
CAT:Commitment: "I am going to get help with my drug problem."Activation: "I've erased the dealers' phone numbers from my contact list, and I am getting a new phone number so they can't call me anymore."Taking steps: "I've started taking a fitness class at the community centre twice a week in the evenings."
Sarah Leone, RESULTS, She/Her
31:07
Advocate:Our definition of the problemOur solutions/asksOur reasons (values) for thisMOC:Their definition of the problemTheir preferred solutionsTheir reasons (values) for this
Craig Roshaven
33:49
Sounds like Senator Manchin
Karyne Bury (she/her), RESULTS
34:08
"Wants to protect their grandchildren from debt"
Sarah Leone, RESULTS, She/Her
35:37
DARND = their wants and desires for changeA = abilities, skills, and resources for changeR = reason, specific arguments for changeN = need, statements about feeling obliged to changeCAT:Commitment:Activation:
Sarah Leone, RESULTS, She/Her
35:43
T = taking steps
Cecilia van Wijk
49:27
very realistic!! great role playing Sarah!!!
Karyne Bury (she/her), RESULTS
50:29
Great job Senator Smith!
Karyne Bury (she/her), RESULTS
51:42
I counted one under Ability - "What aspects can you support?" - is that considered ability?
Anne Child
52:54
Dave's questions some times started with Desire but ended up with Need.
Sarah Leone, RESULTS, She/Her
56:15
DARND = their wants and desires for changeA = abilities, skills, and resources for change (what would it take for you to vote for this or to be in agreement)R = reason, specific arguments for changeN = need, statements about feeling obliged to changeCAT:Commitment: "I am going to get help with my drug problem."Activation: "I've erased the dealers' phone numbers from my contact list, and I am getting a new phone number so they can't call me anymore."Taking steps: "I've started taking a fitness class at the community centre twice a week in the evenings."
Sarah Leone, RESULTS, She/Her
56:33
Advocate:Our definition of the problemOur solutions/asksOur reasons (values) for thisMOC:Their definition of the problemTheir preferred solutionsTheir reasons (values) for this
Cecilia van Wijk
01:05:44
in my group I was going to say when Yvonne was completely shut down with "that should stay in the federal government" Yvonne came back and said "well how could the federal government be involved, do you see any way for this?" focusing on the positive rather than the negative!
Karyne Bury (she/her), RESULTS
01:05:51
I think you did a great job Tom! Great role playing with you again, I hope I wasn't too tough
Sarah Leone, RESULTS, She/Her
01:07:37
That's great Cecilia!
Sarah Leone, RESULTS, She/Her
01:07:40
Great job Tom!
Ken Patterson (he/him)
01:09:34
What if they agree with your amplification?
Karyne Bury (she/her), RESULTS
01:09:53
That's a good question Ken
John Hornby
01:11:32
Great point Dave1
Betsy Suero Skipp (ella)
01:11:50
You e stopped the argument
Karyne Bury (she/her), RESULTS
01:12:37
I realize that the gut response is to ask "why?" which is why we've been getting the sustained responses. Great point Craig
Sarah Leone, RESULTS, She/Her
01:12:56
That's a great reflection Karyne and Craig
Cecilia van Wijk
01:13:39
thanks Sarah!!!
Ken Patterson (he/him)
01:13:49
Very good session—thanks Sarah and Dave!
Karyne Bury (she/her), RESULTS
01:13:55
Thank you Dave and Sarah! Awesome session!
Betsy Suero Skipp (ella)
01:13:56
Always fab, happy thanksgiving
Karyne Bury (she/her), RESULTS
01:14:03
Happy Thanksgiving everyone!
Louisa Barkalow
01:14:04
Very interesting evening
Yanick Perodin
01:14:08
Thanks