The motivational interviewing approach is a client-centred, directive communication style. It is applicable to a variety of professions and is currently widely used in the following sectors:
The most effective way to learn the motivational interviewing approach is through a three-day workshop. This consists of two consecutive training days with an opportunity to embed skills learnt into practice, prior to the consolidation final day. Research shows this is the most effective way of incorporating skills into current practice.
However, introductory presentations and shorter workshops can be arranged.
Post Graduate Certificate in Education
I have been part of the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT) since 1998.
I have been delivering bespoke motivational interviewing training workshops for over 20 years to a diverse range of professionals within the aforementioned sectors. I have specialised in the customisation of courses for substance misuse teams and social services.
I have been providing training for Cornwall County Council for the since 2012 and this has involved training over 1500 members of staff within the Children, Families and Adults Services.
More recently, I have been contracted to provide training to the whole Devon County Council social care team.
I have developed and delivered peer mentoring and peer counselling training courses for pupils in primary and secondary schools. These schools include:
I provide attachment and education training and levels 1,2 and 3 Children Looked After friendly schools training to the South Wales Education Consortium.
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