Motivational Interviewing: Beyond the Basics to Integration and Application | Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis
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Motivational Interviewing: Beyond the Basics to Integration and Application

 
Registration deadline: March 1st

15 CEUs

Jesse Jonesberg, MSW, LCSW, MINT Member
Applied Learning Facilitator, Brown School

Motivational Interviewing is a psychotherapeutic approach to helping clients create positive changes in their lives by enhancing client motivation and resolving ambivalence. Often cited as a key component of trauma informed care and cultural humility,
MI has a strong evidence base for use with a variety of behavioral change goals among a variety of helping roles and in a variety
of settings.

This workshop is designed to bring participants’ MI skills to the next level by building on the basics and introducing advanced content. This workshop is fast-paced and assumes that participants have basic knowledge of MI Spirit, MI Skills, and MI Processes. Heavy emphasis will be placed on applying and integrating concepts through group discussions, activities, and practice. Advanced MI skills will be introduced on day two, with a focus on learning through real plays, activities, and experimentation. Role plays will be audio recorded to offer participants individual coaching.

To get the full benefit from this class, participants are asked to view these videos and
consider purchasing the MI book:

For a full list of classwork and reading expectations, please click here.

Please note that participants should have a basic familiarity with MI.  If you have not been trained in MI but are interested in this workshop, please see these suggested resources.

Class size is limited to 30.

This class will include both practicing professionals and graduate students taking the class for academic credit.

$300 General Admission

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