Practical Applications of Motivational Interviewing Part 2
Motivational Interviewing is a client-centered, evidence-based counselling approach to working with clients ambivalent about making a change. This highly interactive and engaging session, Motivational Interviewing Part 2 builds on the concepts, techniques and strategies covered in part 1 of this training with new case studies and more opportunity for reflective practice and application. Participants will also dive deeper into eliciting change talk and minimizing sustain talk.
Presenter: Dale Kuehl | Advanced Practice Clinical Leader
Available Dates: September 8 & 15 | 10am-3pm
Registration is open for First Work members via the member’s update or on the Member’s portal.
By the end of the session participants will be able to:
- Define key concepts and terms of motivational interviewing
- Skillfully elicit change talk with the readiness ruler, decisional balance, explore goals and values of the client
- Reflect on strategies to use when there is ambivalence, discord & sustain talk
- Apply the tools and strategies through roleplays, case studies small & large group discussions
Please note this session will not be recorded. Attendees will receive a certificate of completion following their active participation.