An Online Training in Motivational Interviewing Practices for Beginners
Updated: Jun 22
An Incredible Chance to Understand Motivational Interviewing Practices
The event takes place on Friday, 01st of July between 19:00 - 20:30 on Zoom.
Foundations in Motivational Interviewing: Online Training (One and a half hours, via Zoom)
This is an incredible chance to gain knowledge about motivational interviewing practice!
Have you recently realised that a friend, client, or coworker needs to break an undesirable habit, practise a new skill, or simply change their existing behaviour? Ever wish a friend would change?
In all aspects of our daily lives, we routinely motivate ourselves to change an old habit or achieve a desirable goal. "Motivational Interviewing" is a communication style in which a guide helps people connect, and identify their skills, strengths, and goals to make informed decisions.
Motivational Interviewing is about working with people in a holistic way to address their non-medical needs and empower them to take charge of their health and well-being.
Motivational interviewers help clients find their own solutions because "motivation" suggests change. We practitioners do this by asking clients questions about their jobs, lives, and what could help them overcome their current situations.
What is Motivational Interviewing?
A collaborative conversation style strengthens a person's motivation and commitment to change and supports their autonomy to change. It encourages clients to come up with ideas to make a change.
It is intended to improve personal motivation and commitment to a certain goal by evoking the individual's own motivations for change in an accepting and compassionate environment. (Miller and Rollnick ,2013 p.29)
What is Motivational Interviewing?
The Basic Spirit of Motivational Interviewing
The Five Goals of Motivational Interviewing
The Basic Stages of Motivational Interviewing
Explain the contrast between Sustain and Change Talk
Who is it for?
It is available to everyone, regardless of occupation or organisation. People can share their knowledge from their life, work, volunteer, and academic experiences in all industries.
What takes place during the day?
This course provides a brief summary of key concepts in 'Motivational Interviewing' skills, components, and techniques related to the most common habits that have a greater influence on health, such as sitting for long periods of time, smoking cigarettes, and eating too many fatty foods. These hypothetical scenarios are intended for the purpose of training.
The instruction for this course will include not just theoretical material but also hands-on activities and group discussions as well. Following the completion of the course, participants will also have the option to identify the next steps moving ahead. This training includes interactive material demonstrations with online exercises, case scenarios, role plays, and online video training. For remote delivery, all sections utilise the technology's functionality.
At each session, you'll fill out a learning journal to evaluate your MI knowledge.
Reserving a place:
There are ten slots available on each training date. If you are offered a spot, you will receive a confirmation email after registering. If there is no availability, a waiting list will be created for a later date.
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About the Learning Instructor
OJ is a trainer and facilitator who also works as a tutor, coach, and mentor for individuals. OJ is committed to enabling people and encouraging them to embrace a growth mindset. OJ, who is qualified in skill-based Motivational Interviewing, teaches this course.
For more information:
Ryan, R. M., & Deci, E. L. (2000). Self-determination theory and the facilitation of intrinsic motivation, social development, and well-being.
Changing for Good: A Revolutionary Six-Stage Program for Overcoming Bad Habits and Moving Your Life Positively Forward by James O. Prochaska, John C. Norcross and Carlo C. DiClemente. William Morrow and Co. Inc, 1994.
Miller, W. R., & Rollnick, S. (2013). Motivational interviewing: Helping people change (Applications of motivational interviewing) (3rd ed.). New York: Guilford Press.
I forward to seeing you there.