facilitated On Line Introductory/Intermediate & Supervision

The Conversation Is the Medicine: MI series to start or improve MI skills and practice

 

This Four Session Series (fridays) will update and boost other Motivational Interviewing experiences and is ideal for health and behavioral workers guides and supervisors. Emphasis is on practice, developing proficiency and  real world adaptation to cases settings and diverse populations.  Complete 4 in a row or space them out over a few months. The design is intended for those who want to enhance and develop the  elements of a fully realized MI practice and especially for those who want to jumpstart into MI or  may have a leadership or supervisor role. Using practice opportunities and case consultation, we will work through difficult presentations and stuck places. 
 Observed MI practice & coaching with feedback is recognized in research as the best practice method for creating full implementation culture change to MI as well as a higher level of confidence in the skills (Miller, W. R., et al., 2004 Fixsen, D. L. , et al., 2009). These segments will focus on skill building and ways of sharing  MI skills in work settings for the self and in others. Flexible proficiency is the goal. Learners will also come away with ideas for guiding and teaching others. Participants will spend time on what makes it MI and gain valuable skills for evaluation of their own practice and also guiding others to exceeding baselines.  Trainees also have the option of submitting a practice tape for individual feedback and coaching with the committment to 4 sessions at no extra charge. Fees cover 12 hours of on line training + an individual coaching skill building session.

Contact Annie Fahy 949 280 8378/ anniefahy.com/ anniefahy@gmail.com for details and registration.

 
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Location: 
On line Zoom
Category title: 
Introductory
Intermediate
Supervision and coaching
Cost: 
199
Event language: 
English
Summary: 
MI Online skillbuilding series
Date: 
11 Oct 2019 - 1:00pm to 4:00pm
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