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Motivational interviewing print version | course feedback

 
 
     
Duration: This is a two day course

Tutor(s): Phil Harris.

Dates:

   
07/02/2018 and 08/02/2018    
     
Notes: Please contact us for a detailed course outline with full agenda    


Course Outline

   
Motivational interviewing is the leading approach for initiating change in a wide range of problems. Examining the elements of Miller & Rollnick’s four-process model, participants develop an understanding of the spirit and principles of motivational interviewing, and practise skills to help cement theory into real life situations. Develop key skills to deepen assessment processes; help people to reflect on behaviours and their consequences, engage with services, and strengthen their motivation to change.    

Aims

   

To build on current practice and provide participants with a deeper understanding of the skills and knowledge involved in motivational interviewing

 

   

Objectives

   
By the end of the course participants will have had opportunities to:

  • identify sub-types of pre-contemplative clients
  • describe the factors that increase initial motivation for change
  • understand the influence of the helper on motivation for change
  • develop reflective listening skills
  • deliver the motivational interviewing within the four key phases of motivational interviewing
  • understand the role of motivational interviewing within a wider process of change

 

   

Agenda

   
Please contact us for an up to date course outline.    
     
Competences - HT3; NHS KSF HWB1; DANOS AI1.2012, AI2.2012