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Workshop

Motivational Interviewing 2 : Change Talk

by Insight

  • date & time

    Fri. 16 Oct 2020
    9:00 am – 12:00 pm

  • location
    ONLINE: Zoom Video Conferencing

The Motivational Interviewing training is now broken into 4-part modules, with each session focusing on specific M.I. skills or topics. Each module comprises of one self-directed e-Learning, one Zoom session and a follow-up Zoom call, which is scheduled for the following week after each initial session. Participants will be able to seek additional feedback after applying their new M.I. skills in direct practice. To acquire a certificate for this training, participants are required to attend both Zoom sessions. The best learning outcomes will be achieved through completing these sessions in order. Please allow up to 3 hours for the first Zoom session.


MI 2: Change Talk
The focus of the second session will be on change talk, with time spent on the different subtypes of change talk. The aim is to help you better recognise and respond to change talk when it is evoked from your clients.


Zoom sessions for this workshop: 

Workshop: Friday 16 October 2020 from 9:00am - 12:00pm AND

Follow-Up: Friday 23 October from 9:30am - 10:30am.


Pre-requisite: MI 1: The Spirit of MI Virtual Classroom,

MI 2: Change talk eLearning


Pre-learning recommendations: 

Foundational AOD Concepts (for those new to AOD)

Micro-counselling e-Learning (for those new to counselling)


System requirements:

Prior to signing up to attend it is expected that you will ensure you are able to access a computer with an internet connection that will allow streaming of video. In addition, access to a web cam and microphone are required. (Details and instructions on how to join the meeting will be sent to all registered participants in the lead up to the session. To check out Zoom prior to training, please go to https://zoom.us/).

This Virtual Classroom is open to QUEENSLAND workers only.

Facilitators: James Hoey and Dan Phillips

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