The Intermediate/Advanced M.I. Workshop builds on what you learned in the Intro to MI Workshop and focuses on deepening OARS skills and some basic MI coding with the MITI 4.1. You continue practicing specific skills as you do exercises, observe others, tape interactions, and collaboratively learn to broaden and deepen your MI skills.
Register for an Intermediate/Advanced MI Workshop
The Intermediate/Advanced Motivational Interviewing Workshop [16 hours over 2-1/2 days] is aimed at the post graduate level for practicing psychologists and other licensed mental health providers as well as graduate students. The Intermediate/Advanced MI Workshop combines didactic materials, observational learning, large group and small group discussions, with dyadic, triadic, and group practice to help attendees build and deepen their previous MI knowledge/proficiency. The Intermediate/Advanced Motivational Interviewing Workshop is based on William Miller and Stephen Rollnick’s Motivational Interviewing [3rd Edition] and other works. See additional reading in the registration flyer.
The Intermediate/Advanced MI Workshop promotes intentional MI skill development through adult learning approaches to facilitate utilization of MI practices. A meta-goal of this workshop is to build on attendee’s current skill level. Direct practice to advance MI skills is provided within a supportive and positive workshop atmosphere. An important aspect of the Intermediate/Advanced MI Workshop is each participant interactions with other professionals.
The Intermediate/Advanced MI Workshop 1] provides exercises to advance participant’s MI proficiency, 2] boost confidence about how to use particular MI skill/strategies within all four processes [Engage, Focus, Evoke, Plan], 3] practices the MITI 4.2 [a coding tool to measure MI fidelity [whether or not one is doing MI], and 4] discussion of methods to teach and coach others in learning MI skills.
Workshop/Course Learning Goals and Objectives
- Assess attendee’s knowledge about MI concepts and practices. Analyze components of MI spirit as expressed through OARS skills.
- Analyze directive aspects of MI practice for treatment efficacy.
- Explore 4 MI processes [Engage, Focus, Evoke, Plan].
- Assess how to apply OARS skills in each of the 4 MI process.
- Compare differences in Guiding, Following and Directing approaches
- Demonstrate advanced application of OARS skills; Evocative OEQ.
- Describe the importance of change talk and sustain talk in MI practice.
- Describe how “resistance is defined” in current MI practice.
- Demonstrate responses to CT and ST in easy vs challenging situations.
- Develop skills to find CT embedded within sustain talk or discord.
- Demonstrate how to soften sustain talk with OARS.
- Utilize MI adherent approaches when giving professional expertise.
- Describe and deploy basics of MITI 4.2 coding. `
- Describe how MITI 4.2 coding can help with MI coaching/learning.
- Design a rapid recall tool for salient aspects of MI practice.
- Further develop your MI learning plan for your practice setting.
Amenities for all workshops:
- All slides, handouts
- Light 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.
- Park onsite – City rates are $4.00 – 8.00/day depending on the season
Questions? Contact Michael Fulop @ 503.539.4932 or email@example.com
Psychologists, social workers, counselors, MD’s, PMHNP’s, M.Ed’s, PT’s, & others health professionals