Basic Motivational Interviewing – this introductory course familiarizes participants with the concepts, spirit, and skills of Motivational Interviewing. It is a necessary first step in the process of learning the model.
Intermediate Motivational Interviewing – building on the skills learned in Basic MI, this class teaches the essential strategies of the model and empowers participants to begin using it in their everyday work. Intensive practice and feedback are provided.
Advanced Motivational Interviewing – this course focuses on developing competence and confidence in using Motivational Interviewing, and begins to develop participants’ skills in coaching the model.
Teaching Motivational Interviewing – Participants who have demonstrated competence with the model may take the Teaching course, which enables and empowers them to teach a basic Motivational Interviewing course, and to facilitate Motivational Interviewing skills groups.
Motivational Interviewing in Supervision – this course, developed for supervisory staff, coaches them on bringing the principles and practices of the model into their supervision, making those conversations more collaborative and productive.
Motivational Interviewing in Treatment Planning (two half-days) – many oversight agencies and funding sources are now rightly focusing on person-centered planning. This course considers the use of Motivational Interviewing to facilitate this approach.