Hilton Head Island, NC USA Beginning and Intermediate

Motivational Interviewing: Skill-building for Beginning and Intermediate Practitioners

This two-day workshop will provide the principles of the motivational interviewing (MI) approach, as described by Bill Miller and Steve Rollnick. In addition to a comprehensive introduction, intermediate learners will receive more challenging activities and advanced feedback.

The MI approach will be presented in the context of health coaching in wellness, health promotion, medical and chronic care management settings, with tailored application to brief, more intensive, in-person, and telephonic sessions. Participants will understand how the MI approach can be used in conjunction with other models such as stages of change, patient activation, and shared decision-making to address such constructs as engagement, self-efficacy, and personal agency.

The seminar will be presented in a format that is consistent with recommendations from the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT) organization, as well as findings from research on how health professionals best learn the MI skill-set. There will be significant interaction and practice activities in order to apply the principles to real practice situation. Practice activities will be tailored to the experience and proficiency level of the learner to maximize the experience for more advanced clinicians.

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Hilton Head Island, NC
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An interactive MI workshop that will accommodate the beginning and intermediate healthcare practitioner.
1 Apr 2019 - 9:00am to 2 Apr 2019 - 5:00pm
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