Motivational Interviewing for SUD
12.17.2021 from 9-12:15
Presented by: Randall Lee, LISW
Training presented through Zoom as an online Webinar.
This training is approved for counselor, social work, and marriage and family therapy continuing education. In addition, it is approved by the Ohio Chemical Dependency Board for chemical dependency continuing education. Check CE Broker for detailed breakdown of CE types (provider number 50-24074)!
To avoid entering into a dual relationship, we are currently unable to host any current or past clients in our trainings. If you are currently, or have ever been in the past, a client of Compass Point you will be unable to register for our trainings. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Objective: Engaging substance abuse clients can be a difficult task for therapists to achieve. Motivational interviewing is a client-centered approach that leverages a warm interpersonal style to reduce resistance and ambivalence. This seminar will teach motivational interviewing techniques and how therapists can implement with their clients to empower change.
Method: This course will employ the use of training videos, lecture, and active discussion. There will be plenty of time for questions and the trainees are happy to tailor this training as participants see helpful.
Audience: Licensed mental health professionals. Nurses can receive reciprocal CEUs. CEUs are approved for Social Workers, Counselors and Marriage and Family Therapists CEUs (RCS030903) and Chemical Dependency CEUs. CE Broker tracking number: 50-2404
Skill Level: Beginner
9:00-9:30 Introduction to Motivational Interviewing, Common Struggles seen in Practice (Traps) and Components of Change
9:30-9:50 Stages of Change, The Spirit of Motivational Interviewing, Guiding Principles
10:10-10:15 O.A.R.S. Video Demonstration
10:30-11:15 Resistance, Rolling with Resistance
11:15-12:00 Sustain Talk, Change Talk, Commitment Talk, eliciting change talk
12:00-12:30 Q&A, Evaluations
1. Explain motivational interviewing techniques
2. Compare the effectiveness of engagement styles for use with addicted clients
3. Explain stages of change and understanding where a client is in terms of change.
4. Prepare to implement motivational interviewing strategies with ambivalent or resistant clients
5. Plan to manage their own frustrations with substance abuse clients.
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