This is a stand-alone course. It is notapplicable as an elective course towards the completion of the concurrent disorders certificate program and/or the opioid dependence treatment (ODT) certificate program
This course is appropriate for individuals who work as
allied health care and peer support workers
community and social service workers
correctional officers/correction service
health care practitioners (all disciplines)
There are no pre-requisites for this course
This course provides an overview of the method of MI and goes beyond the definition to examine how and why MI works. It focuses on
The efficacy and effectiveness of MI
The facilitative role of the spirit of the method in attending to client language about change.
Providing information and advice in a style consistent with MI
The four processes of MI
The process of recognizing, evoking and responding to change talk
Strategies for responding to discord and sustain talk
This self-directed course offers 13 hours of learning and a post course community of practice.
The Motivational Interviewing (MI): Introduction and Application Course is awarded with the following credits:
Information will be provided
Course registration information:
Please fill out this pre-registration form to be considered for the motivational interviewing (MI) introduction and application course. Pre-registration is the first phase of course registration process. If you do not submit your pre-registration form, you will not be able to register for the course.