Motivational Interviewing Workshop
Motivational Interviewing (MI) is the powerful evidence-based method for engaging intrinsic client motivation. MI is proven to be a method that helps people resolve ambivalence toward change through discovery of intrapersonal motivation by placing complete responsibility for change on the individual. Motivational Interviewing has applications in various settings giving staff skills to help their clients succeed through appropriate evidence based practices.
April 26 & 27, 2018 – 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
3510 Capital City Blvd
Lansing, MI 48906-2102
This 2-day program teaches foundational concepts, strategy and techniques involved in MI and how it can be developed and utilized dynamically in targeted settings. It is excellent for staff with little or no knowledge of the MI approach as well as those already implementing the model.
This MI Basic Training is taught through presentations, video examples, instructor modelling, and practice breakout activities.
About the Presenter:
Dan Reed completed the Motivational Interviewing Train the Trainer – Wyoming Protocol training initiative in the State of Michigan in 2010 and became a Member of the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT) in 2014. Following the State training in 2010, he returned to his agency and developed and implemented the most extensive Motivational Interviewing training program for a Community Mental Health entity in the State of Michigan. To date, Dan has trained over 400 agency staff in a three phase Motivational Interviewing training program.
Responses from past participants:
“It was effective to use a variety of learning styles (examples, by visual, audio and hands on learning experiences). ”
“Speaker was knowledge & passionate about topic- training flew by!” “There were many different opportunities to learn in many different ways. It wasn’t just lecture, there were multiple teaching strategies. Wonderful training!”
An ADVANCED session is offered in July 2018