Introduction to Motivational Interviewing includes background material & clinical psychologists William R. Miller & Stephen Rollnick’s work, as well as provides learners with an overview of MI theory, principles, and abilities.
Introduction to Motivational Interviewing is a one-hour class that includes background material & clinical psychologists William R. Miller & Stephen Rollnick’s work, as well as provides learners with an overview of MI theory, principles, and abilities. It also emphasizes how MI can be utilized to help clients develop commitment and build motivation for change. Some of the key concepts are: the spirit of motivational interviewing; principles and techniques for balancing advocacy and inquiry in conversations that can lead to behavioural health change; what motivational interviewing can help with; the perks and effectiveness of motivational interviewing; and explaining the factors considered. What does MI not accomplish? What’s the big deal about it? Learners will be able to define strategies to put the relational and technical parts of motivational interviewing into practice and apply appropriate methods to engage with clients within their own change processes after examining concepts, & practices. Learners will be directed through a learning exercise designed to help them acquire and strengthen counselling skills as well as begin the process of learning MI.
The first module of this course includes a video introduction to the counselling approach course (MI) as well as an introduction to motivational interviewing, background information & clinical psychologists William R. Miller & Stephen Rollnick’s work. It also includes an explanation of the spirit of Motivational Interviewing, which describes how the therapist keeps the “spirit” of motivational interviewing alive and well.
The second module explains the principles that are critical to developing trust within the therapy relationship, as well as ways for helping people understand their feelings & discover their own motivations.
The third module explains MI’s fundamental skills and how they can be used in a variety of settings, including social services, health care, psychological health, public health, & criminal justice.
The fourth module goes through the numerous reasons why motivational interviewing has become such a popular sort of mental health therapy, as well as its efficacy in treating a variety of psychological and physical health issues.
The fifth module covers the factors that are taken into account. What does MI not accomplish? What’s the big deal about it? It also discusses how to begin using this technique to counsel yourself or someone you know.
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