Great job! Over almost a month, you have learned one small thing about Motivational Interviews (MI) every single day. I hope that the course has been useful and that it made you more interested in Motivational Interviewing.
Now, please take five minutes and evaluate what you have learned during the course.
Write down three things that you will take with you from the course.
Make an exercise plan and the MI elements you want to continue to practice. One tip is that you choose to practice one tool each week. Once you have gone through all the tools you are interested in, you can start over. This way you can practice continuously until you feel that you can apply MI without thinking about it.
I train, lecture and write regularly about motivational interviewing. If you are interested in these services, simply e-mail me at [email protected]
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Again, thank you for attending the course!
Liria Ortiz, licensed psychologist and certified psychotherapist, supervisor and specialist in clinical psychology and a member of the MINT (Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers).
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How do deal with resistance using Motivational Interview
Conversations are a central part of most professions. Whether you work in the public or private sector as a manager or as an employee, you'll have to converse with people whose motivation might be low.
My aim with this course is to equip you with tools based on a method called Motivational Interviewing (MI). We will touch on some theoretical aspects of the method, but focus mostly on practical exercises where you, as a leader, will learn how to make a big difference in a conversation.
Motivational interviewing is a collaborative conversation method that aims to strengthen a person's own motivation and commitment to change. The method's primary purpose is to motivate someone, rather than to be therapeutic. It has, therefore, more suitable applications than:
- Evaluation talks with your team
- Conversations aiming to motivate people who participate in a treatment program
My name is Liria Ortiz, MD, psychologist and certified psychotherapist, supervisor and specialist in clinical psychology and a member of the MINT (Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers). I teach Motivational Interviewing, write books and conduct therapy.
Enter your email address in the box below and then you will start on your journey to become a better conversation leader.