Free Virtual Training
This training provides an overview of the key concepts in Motivational Interviewing based on the book Motivational Interviewing (MI) by Miller and Rollnick. MI is a way of being with others that constitutes a collaboration without pushing/directing or power struggles. The focus of the collaboration is to assist the person to resolve ambivalence towards change. Engagement (listening empathetically without judgement); Focusing (helping the person identify what they want different in their lives); Evoking (asking questions to help the person explore the landscape of their feelings and perceptions around the area of change and discover clarity around what’s important and grow their self-efficacy to achieve that goal; and Planning (making individualized plans to walk through the trip of change) are the four processes of MI.
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