New Concepts in Motivational Interviewing: Advancing Your Skills
Length: 3 hours
This video was originally webcast on April 20, 2012 and is now available on-demand.
With Motivational Interviewing evolving, this workshop will introduce participants to fresh concepts and new describers for the evidence-based practice. Participants will have an opportunity in this fast-paced workshop to practice skills: facilitating engagement; focusing, evoking, and planning; as well as addressing and diminishing discord.
Learning Objective 1
Address discord in the counseling exchange.
Learning Objective 2
Identify possibilities for enhancing engagement.
Learning Objective 3
Identify possibilities for evoking change talk.
Presenter: Ali Hall, JD
Ali Hall (JD) is a member of the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT) and an independent consultant and trainer. She has designed and facilitated over three hundred Motivational Interviewing workshops for behavioral health clinicians, psychologists, psychiatrists, program administrators, educators, social and child welfare workers, health care providers, health coaches, and criminal/juvenile justice professionals, and provides training for trainers in evidence-based practices. She is a training associate for the Michigan-based, Center for Strength-Based Strategies as well as the Behavioral Healthcare Institute of the University of North Carolina School of Social Work. She also provides MI coding and skill development coaching, and provides consultation to systems for effective MI implementation. She spent her undergraduate years at Occidental College in Los Angeles, and completed her graduate studies at the School of Industrial and Labor Relations at Cornell University as well as the Cornell University School of Law.
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