Applied (Advanced) Motivational Interviewing – Online
Support people through change via an effective person-centred approach used widely in therapeutic settings.
Motivational Interviewing (MI) uses a therapeutic, person-centred approach to evoke a person’s own motivation to make change happen. People who are not provided the opportunity to explore their own concerns and fears are unlikely to sustain the changes they make.
MI is designed for workers who support people to make life changes, participants are guided through applying MI strategies in their work using a mixture of group discussion, audio-visual presentations, role-plays and reflection.
The workshop content is delivered using a variety of training methods, including didactic presentation, small and large group discussion and role-play exercises.
What you will learn
- Facilitating Change talk
- Strengths based language
- O.A.R.S techniques in practice
- Decisional Matrix
- The Columbo Approach (Finding discrepancies)
You must complete the Introduction to Motivational Interviewing training before attending this Advanced MI training. In order to build on the skills covered in the introductory course, you can use the time between the training sessions (at least a month) to practice and apply these skills. This way the trainer can help you to reflect and build on your MI learning during the second session.