Toronto, ON Canada Intermediate

Motivational Interviewing: Intermediate Skills Development

Workshop: Experiential Development in Motivational Interviewing Skills (intermediate)

Taking place on:

Day 1 - 10AM-4PM on Sunday, April 14

Day 2 - 10AM-4PM on Sunday, April 21 (this day is included in your registration, but cannot be displayed on Eventbrite, or this MINT page)


This 2-day sequential Sundays workshop will include:

  • A re-envisioning of why and how we communicate with others

  • A deeper view of MI as a communication method

  • Guided, experiential practice of new skills

  • Lean learning methodologies with debriefs and group interaction

  • Experience a range of MI-adherent, and non-MI-adherent skills as an interviewer, interviewee and observer


At the end of this session you will be able to:

  • Feel practiced and comfortable to use MI-adherent utterances in everyday conversations

  • Have the ability to hear resistance language; know & have practiced MI-adherent ways to respond

  • Have a deeper understanding of why MI works, and a plan on how you can practice and use MI in your life or work

  • Understand the “MI spirit”, and how it can reduce motivational damage from non-MI-adherent utterances


About the facilitator:

Vince Schutt is a member of the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT), a global network of motivational interviewing experts who research, train, and raise the bar on quality in motivational interviewing practice. He is a behavioural change specialist and co-founder of Enviromentum, a project of Tides Canada. Enviromentum is an official TDSB partner and applies behavioural science concepts to programs that foster environmental responsibility in students. Vince has been specially trained in the MITI 4.2.1 coding system for evaluation of Motivational Interviewing and has trained over 500 environmental activators on Motivation Interviewing concepts.


*This is an intermediate level training opportunity in Motivational Interviewing. If you have not attended an introductory workshop, we are hosting a 2-hr introduction on March 15 reference here: If you cannot attend the introduction, but are still interested in the intermediate workshop - please contact to discuss alternate pathways to build your readiness to participate in this workshop.

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Toronto, Ontario, Canada: Centre for Social Innovation, 192 Spadina Ave.
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14 Apr 2019 - 10:00am to 4:00pm
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