Atlanta, GA USA MITI Coding 4.2.1

 MITI (Motivational Interviewing Treatment Integrity) Coding 4.2.1:
A Tool to Monitor MI Skill Development in Clinical Work, Coaching & Supervision
**NEW Continuing Education approvals!

Angela R. Bethea-Walsh, Ph.D., Licensed Psychologist
Member, Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers

This 2-day intensive workshop will introduce workshop participants to the Motivational Interviewing Treatment Integrity Coding System (Version 4.2.1). The MITI is a behavioral coding system that measures how well a clinician is using Motivational Interviewing (MI).

This workshop will discuss how to use the MITI to evaluate clinician use of MI. Participants will have ample practice with the MITI method for assessing use of MI in a wide variety of problem areas, including problematic substance use, smoking cessation, ineffective parenting, and illness mis-management. Participants will receive feedback on their coding practice. This workshop will include discussion of the use of MITI in supervision and coaching, and will address how to give effective feedback based on MITI coding worksheet data.

This workshop is designed for individuals who have completed introductory MI training, practiced MI in an applied setting, and who are interested in learning the MITI for advanced MI practice, supervision, coaching, or research.

Training Objectives:

  1. Understand key concepts in MI fidelity coding.
  2. Assess critical elements of MI skills using verbal anchors.
  3. Evaluate clinician use of MI with assignment of 10 clinician behavior codes.
  4. Rate interventionists’ MI fidelity.
  5. Increase understanding of inter-rater reliability.
  6. Therapists will be able to identify methods to give feedback in supervision or coaching.

Target Audience:

Health care providers who practice MI; Proviers who supervise or who are interested in supervising counselors or paraprofessionals in clinical work. Others who provide MI coaching (i.e., Research Study Personnel who provide MI coaching to study therapists). Participants must have completed introductory MI training.

This workshop is located just outside of Atlanta.


The Link Counseling Center (The House Next Door)
348 Mount Vernon Highway NE
Sandy Springs, Georgia 30328
**Just outside Atlanta
**Free Parking!

Registration Includes:

  • Resource handouts and materials
  • Certificate of Completion
  • Tea and coffee breaks
  • Morning and afternoon snacks
    **Lunch will not be provided.

Continuing Education:

  • Licensed Professional Counselors Association of Georgia (6 Supervision Hours, 11 Core Hours)
    Related hours for LCSWs and LMFTs
  • Georgia Psychological Association-Approval (11 CE hours)


  • Professionals (CE credit): $150.00 (fee increases to $175.00 after November 2, 2018)

Refund Policy:
If you cancel prior to October 26, 2018, you will receive a refund of money minus a $50.00 processing fee. Non-refundable thereafter.

For more information, contact:
Angela Bethea-Walsh, Ph.D. (404) 654-3614 or




The Link Counseling Center (The House Next Door), 348 Mount Vernon Highway NE, Sandy Springs, Georgia 30328
Category title: 
Supervision and coaching
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9 Nov 2018 - 9:00am to 10 Nov 2018 - 4:00pm
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