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Course Description: Motivational Interviewing (MI) is a collaborative, goal-oriented style of communication within mental and behavioral healthcare which gives particular attention to the language of change. It is designed to strengthen personal motivation for and commitment to a specific goal, by eliciting and exploring a person’s own reasons for change, within an atmosphere of acceptance and compassion (Miller & Rollnick, 2013).
This course will present the foundations and a broad overview of MI, including four micro skills that guide the successful usage of MI. The clinical focus is on the attitude and specific skills needed to evoke the client’s autonomy and motivation. Motivational Interviewing skills can provide a clear framework and can truly change the landscape from one of struggle to one of collaboration and success.
1. Identify 1-2 basic principles of Motivational Interviewing
2. Describe the 4 micro skills of Motivational Interviewing and how too apply to practice
3. Observe the application of at least two specific techniques of Motivational Interviewing
Registration closes at the end of the day on March 7th. Select the "register" button on the left panel of this screen, select whether you are a Community Provider or a Dept. of VA Employee, select the "Myself" button, and complete registration form accordingly. Department of VA Registrants MUST be current employees, retired VA would register as a Community Provider.
Community Provider - $45.00
Dept. of VA Employee - $21.00
Evaluation and Certificate:
The webinar will track your attendance for the program day. You are expected to attend 90% of the content hours of the program in order to receive credit. Any attendee who falls below the 90% threshold will not receive credit for the training. Please plan to log into the training using a computer; calling into the training may result in a lower attendance score.
An evaluation will be emailed to attendees who completed the training within two business days of the program's completion. Certificates will generate upon submission of that evaluation. CHEP does not and will not issue partial credit certificates.