Motivational Interviewing Step 3 (Advanced) 14/15 Nov, 12 Dec 2018

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£299.00

Quick Overview

This 3 day course is run in association with the Gestalt centre in London. It aims to give participants who have already completed introductory and intermediate courses on motivational interviewing the opportunity to develop the effective use of their skills in their everyday practice and to receive a certificate of competence in MI.Prospective participants will be expected to show evidence of attendance at Step 1 and 2 training before attending Step 3.. The workshop is taught by 2 highly experienced trainers and restricted to 18 participants. Competence will be assessed on the basis of a recorded case study which will be coded by one assessor according to the Motivational Interviewing Treatment Integrity code (MITI) and assessed in a more narrative way by a second marker. Successful students will be awarded a certificate from the Gestalt Centre in London who recognise it as part of their short course programme.

For UK health workers the course is in accordance with NICE guidelines on behaviour change (Oct 2007).

For alcohol and drug workers from England the course supports DANOS standards , HSC3111, AB2.2012, , AF2.2012, AI1.2012, SCDHSC0344, SCDHSC0352.

By the end of the course participants will be able to

  • Describe when to use motivational interviewing (and when not to)
  • Conduct an in-depth assessment of a client's motivation
  • Use advanced listening skills to support clients' self-confrontation
  • Use a range of strategies to 'roll with resistance' and manage discord
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the key principles of behaviour change.

Motivational Interviewing Step 3 (Advanced) 14/15 Nov, 12 Dec 2018

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Trainers:

Toni Gilligan
Toni Gilligan trained as a Clinical Psychologist and is a UKCP Registered Gestalt Psychotherapist. Toni worked with the NHS psychiatric services for 14 years. She is now in private practice, co-director of the Gestalt Centre and President-elect of the Association for the Advancement of Gestalt Therapy. She has worked in the voluntary sector and social services, and on the professional guidance committee of an innovatory therapeutic community. She has extensive experience of people with substance misuse problems and other severe psychological disturbances.

Pip Mason
Pip trained as a nurse,and studied cognitive-behavioural approaches to counselling people with addictions problems including alcohol and gambling. She is co-author (with Chris Butler) of Health Behavior Change, A Guide for Health Professionals and author of numerous training packages relating to substance use, counselling and health promotion. Pip is an active member of the international network of motivational interviewing trainers and currently practices.MI in her work with problem gamblers.

Venue: 

The Beeches Management Centre
3 miles from Birmingham City Centre within easy reach of motorway networks and a taxi journey from either Birmingham New Street Station or Birmingham International airport. It is set in 5 acres of grounds in leafy Bournville and a short walk away from Cadbury World! There is full disabled access. For people travelling from afar residential facilities are available at an extra charge, in en-suite rooms with telephone and TV. Contact The Beeches to arrange this (0121 433 3311). Visit their website.

Costs:

Price shown is exclusive of VAT which will be added to your shopping basket on checkout.

Comments from participants:

“All very useful. Learnt more about framework MI sits within and developed confidence in using it. ”

“Excellent. A wonderful pace of delivery and supportive style. Great to have chances for feedback during role play.”

“Very little reliance on PowerPoint - GOOD!”

“Clear explanations of principles and skills. Both trainers provided guidance and encouragement.”

“Excellent trainers - knowledgeable but not swamping us with instructions, information or personal experience. Trainers followed MI principles in the training - elicited participant perspective, recognised existing competencies, supported our self-efficacy”

“Your empathic and nurturing approach really helped me to get a lot out of this wonderful course.”

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