To get the most from Motivational Interviewing skills training participants need ongoing supports. The absence of such supports can mean wasted valuable resources. While MI can seem easy to understand intellectually, success mostly comes through practice, proper supervision and ongoing in-house training. Serious organizations must institute systems that ensure their staff acquire and retain skills taught so they are not too reliant on external trainers.
Joyfields Institute Center for Motivational Interviewing (MI) systems can help your organization develop and sustain MI capacity through training, supervisory supports and ongoing in-house training.
How it works;Step 1: Practitioners, client facing teams, their suprvisors and trainers train together,
Following below are modules which make up our integrated MI Training System.
This is a formal training to teach Motivational Interviewing skills. It teaches foundational concepts, strategy and techniques involved in MI and how it can be developed and utilized dynamically in targeted settings. It is excellent for staff with little or no knowledge of the MI approach as well as those already implementing the model. Joyfields Institute MI programs are taught through presentations, video examples, instructor modeling, and practice breakout activities. Moreover, instruction is diversity sensitive.
In a post-covid19 world, teletherapy has rapidly become an essential service modality. Unfortunately, many evidence-based practices are not designed to be implemented online. Motivational Interviewing (MI) is an evidence-based practice that already has a wealth of research supporting it as an effective strategy. This interactive session will introduce the topic of MI as an evidence-based practice. Relevant research that supports MI as an effective strategy and intervention will be reviewed. Online MI considerations will be introduced and an opportunity to practice some basic MI skills will be provided. Information on how to obtain further in-depth training on MI will also be provided.
This is a formal training to teach skills Motivational Interviewing skills. This program is designed for the advanced practitioner as well. MI Core Skills training is required.
This is a formal training to teach skills for combining the two methods. Clinical trials demonstrate that CBT combined with MI is four times more effective.
This program is designed to train supervisors and management on skills;
MI Core Skills training is a prerequisite.
This program is designed to train agency training staff the Motivational Interviewing method, how to train the skills to other agency staff so as to not be entirely reliant on outside trainers. Our faculty are MINT instructors equipped to train others on skills for delivering MI training to others. This best practice for training trainers gives the participant intervals between stages of the training to get the information; return to their practice and make use of the skills; return to training and demonstrate experiences during the interval; develop and add the next level; return to practice and make use of these skills; return and develop finalized presentations.
MI Core & Advance Skills training are prerequisites.
Our numerous customers and their staff have great things to say about our strong training program. View what some have to say below.
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"The role plays, practice and demonstrations during the training helped to reinforce what was being taught"
"This training truly helped me get a grasp of what evidence-based really means!"
If you are ready to explore this opportunity, please request a no obligation quote via our online form, or call us at +1(770)409-8780.
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