Intermediate/Adv MI Workshop

The Intermediate/Advanced M.I. Workshop builds on what was learned in the Introduction to MI Workshop, while focusing on your practice needs. We focus on deepening OARS skills, and you will begin to learn some basic coding of MI interactions with the MITI 4.1. And we continue practicing specific provider and coaching skills; You will be observing others, taping interactions, and collaboratively learning to broaden and deepen MI skills. You receive an MI Learning Guide, slides, and will get a chance to network with other MI practitioners.

Register for the upcoming Intermediate/Advanced MI Workshop, Dec. 5-7, 2018

Intermediate/Adv MI Workshop Learning Objectives

  • Learn how best to integrate MI into your daily practice
  • Learn basics about the MITI 4.1
  • Deepen OARS skills
  • Understand your MI skill level
  • Develop a self-directed MI learning plan
  • Practice more sophisticated ways to collaboratively provide information and advice

Class/Workshop Learning Methods

  • Interactions and discussions
  • Some didactic presentation
  • il_fullxfull.184663632MI videos from various settings
  • Observe/coach peers with MI skills
  • Responding to sustain talk
  • Role Playing and Real Playing
  • MI videos from various settings

Class/Workshop Leader

Michael Fulop, Psy.D. – Clinical Psychologist – MINT Member[1]

CE – 18 hours of general continuing education certificate with workshop completion

When: 9 AM to 4 PM each day

Register for the upcoming Intermediate/Advanced MI Workshop, Dec. 5-7, 2018

Getting to OMSI

Space is limited – Maximum number of workshop participants is 28

Amenities for all workshops:

  • Continental breakfast each morning
  • Coffee, teas, water, and snacks provided 

Questions? Contact Michael Fulop @ 503.539.4932 or michael@michaelfulopmitraining.com

Space is limited – Maximum number of workshop participants is 28

Amenities

  • Continental breakfast each morning
  • Coffee, teas, water, and snacks provided 
  • Lunch [60 minutes] is on your own each day, and it’s a short walk to Cascade Grill at the Metro Oregon Zoo [200 yds] or The Cafe at the Children’s Museum [200 yds] – Or drive to nearby restaurants.
  • WFC now allows you to bring in food to the David Douglas room, so bring your own food if desired, and we have access to a microwave. 
  • The World Forestry Center is MAX accessible. 
  • Onsite parking is plentiful for Portland city rates of about $4.00 to 8.00 dollars per day depending on the season.   
  • Questions? Contact Michael Fulop @ 503.539.4932 or michael@michaelfulopmitraining.com

[2]Psychologists, social workers, counselors, MD’s, PMHNP’s, M.Ed’s, PT’s, & others health professionals