Exciting opportunity! David Rosengren Workshop

David Rosengren (author of Building Motivational Interviewing Skills: A Practitioner Workbook) – Advanced Motivational Interviewing workshop. An innovative and engaging one day workshop to build MI understanding and skills.

We are proud to bring Dr David Rosengren (USA) with support from Dr Joel Porter (Australia) together for an innovative and engaging one day workshop on Advancing Motivational Interviewing understanding and skills. Internationally known trainers in MI, Drs David Rosengren, who has also written journal articles and book chapters on addictions, MI and the change process, along with Dr Joel Porter, will take an exploratory approach to expand thinking and sharpen focus regarding MI concepts, skills and applications. They will integrate concepts from positive psychology, cognitive science and grit to design and facilitate powerful learning experiences. Come expecting to learn something new, try something different, and walk away feeling energized and challenged.

To purchase your tickets and/or to find out more about the workshops click on the following links:

After initial training in Motivational Interviewing (MI), practitioners are often left to wonder, “How do I advance these skills in everyday practice?” Motivational Interviewing is a skill that improves with practice and feedback. To help facilitate moving towards greater proficiency in MI, we designed this innovative, one-day session to build understanding and skills. This interactive training will combine brief didactics, discussion, experiential activities, and self-reflection to encourage practitioner growth at all levels of experience.

Objectives

At the conclusion of this training participants will be able to:

  • Have completed an accurate assessment of their own MI skills and ability
  • Identify how the integration of positive psychology elements enhances MI work
  • Articulate three reasons for considering self-efficacy in the treatment/intervention process
  • Describe one area that is interpersonally tricky for them as a practitioner and practice a method for addressing this area/issue
  • Identify three ideas from cognitive science that might have influence in their work with clients and one that resonates personally
  • Describe one new technique related to a deeper understanding of the four processes
  • Identify three strengths as a practitioner and one area for growth in MI
  • Produce a plan of action for the deliberate practice of MI skills

To purchase your tickets and/or to find out more about the workshops click on the following links:

Published on Friday, April 5th, 2019, under Announcements, Learning & development, Motivational Interviewing

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