The introductory Motivational Interviewing training is appropriate for professionals/professionals-in-training who have had no prior or some exposure to Motivational Interviewing techniques. People whose work involves helping clients achieve behavior change, (i.e., Psychologists, Social Workers, Psychiatrists, Physicians, Nurses, Case Workers, Outreach Workers, Dietitians, Therapists, Clergy, Personal Trainers, Probation/Parole Officers etc.) will benefit most from this intensive MI training.
During the introductory MI training we will review all you need to know about the theory and principles of MI. Through the use of presentations, videos, and demonstrations, the trainer will guide participants in learning the technique, style and spirit of MI.
All participants in the Motivational Interviewing seminar will have ample opportunity to practice their motivational interviewing skills with the support of the trainer, using “role-play”, “real play” and the help of a standardized patient (an actor trained to play a client who will give participants feedback on their MI technique during the practice interviews). Participants will learn how to use the Motivational Interviewing OARS skills.
The training will begin at 9:30am and conclude at 4:30pm on 2/1/19 (Friday) and 2/2/19 (Saturday).
There will be an hour lunch break each day with a catered lunch included. In addition, we will take several 10 minute breaks throughout the training.
How and Where?
The workshops will be held in at 138 W 25th St, 10th floor, New York, NY, 10001. The cost of the two-day training is $575. There is a special rate of $450 for students for the two-day Intensive. You may pay by check or with a credit card.
Dr. Fader can also customize a workshop for your group or organization. If you are interested in registering for or learning more about MI training please contact Dr. Fader.