Brighton, UK Intermediate

MI Masterclass: The Importance of Cultivating Compassion in your MI Practice

A UK First! We are delighted to have Dr Stan Steindl coming to the UK to co-deliver this incredible course with the National Centre for Behaviour Change's director, Kendelle Bond. A unique and one-off opportunity to explore MI and the importance of compassion within our MI spirit and practice as well as learn about the science and research behind the impact we can have upon outcomes by cultivating our compassion. 

Who Should Attend?
This course is for any MI Practitioners* who would like to develop their MI proficiency and evolve their compassion-based practice within the Spirit of MI in order to understand the impact upon practice & outcomes. 
We will be exploring evidence-based research, case study practice, difficult conversations and much more within the two days. 

*Practitioners who have had a minimum of an Introduction MI training course delivered by a member of MINT or with a demonstration of a basic MI proficiency. Please contact us if you wish to discuss this in more detail. 

Key Learning Outcomes:

  • What does compassion really mean in practice?
  • Understanding the value of MI Spirit and compassion in practice and outcomes
  • Models of compassion from neuroscience
  • Cultivating compassion for clinicians? Is it too time-consuming?
  • Managing Compassion Fatigue


Venue: BMECP Centre, Brighton, UK
Price: £200 per person 

To book onto this great opportunity please email info@ncbc-uk.com or visit our website ncbc-uk.com


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Location: 
Brighton, UK
Category title: 
Intermediate
Cost: 
200
Event language: 
English
Official event: 
No
Date: 
9 Oct 2017 - 9:00am to 10 Oct 2017 - 4:00pm
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