Michael Fulop, Psy.D.How might you benefit from learning about Motivational Interviewing?

Imagine your clients or students could find their own motivation and better activate themselves to set and meet their goals? Motivational Interviewing (MI) helps you broaden and deepen your skills to help people make changes, based on their values, and their reasons to change.

Dr. Fulop’s approach to MI training is hands-on, and pragmatic. He’ll help you to practice MI conversations so clients can get through ambivalent feelings, behaviors, or attitudes. And you will better be able to understand the MI framework for use in either brief health conversations, or longer counseling situations. Extensive research supports Motivational Interviewing (MI) as a highly effective method to help people change behavior.

Continuing Education for workshops is Now Available 

Dr. Michael Fulop is a clinical psychologist who integrates MI and other evidence-based models into his daily practice to assist individuals/families improve physical and mental health, parenting skills, and academic self-activation. His MI trainings are focused on psychologists, social workers, diabetes educators, school psychologists, teachers, family counselors, physicians, psychiatric nurse practitioners, graduate students, naturopaths, deputies, physical therapists, and others.

Michael Fulop has T1 diabetes and started MI training dedicated to helping diabetes educators and other professionals better learn how to integrate MI into their work for more client engagement and improved outcomes. He started formal MI training in Sitges, Spain [2009] at the MINT TNT [training of new trainers] and has been training since that time. Michael holds a doctor of psychology degree from Pacific University and has been serving clients in Portland as a psychologist since 1993.

Learn more about Dr. Fulop and his MI Journey.

Upcoming Workshops


Our workshops are now held in the Fishbowl at OMSI 

Oregon Museum of Science & Industry

1945 SE Water Ave, Portland, OR 97214

Getting to OMSI