This two day course helps rehabilitation practitioners like you to move from struggle and persuasion, to collaboration and enjoyment in behaviour change conversations with persons you are helping to support
What is motivational interviewing?
Motivational interviewing is an evidence based specialist communication style that can help a practitioner to elicit and strengthen a person’s internal motivation for change.
Deeply respectful, it is a person centred, strengths based approach that has been shown to have widespread applicability across multiple behaviour change issues and client populations. It is increasingly popular in brain injury rehabilitation.
This is the flag ship course for learning motivational interviewing in brain injury rehabilitation. It is for all allied health practitioners, case managers, nurse and physicians who are relatively new to motivational interviewing and who would like to learn the core principles and practices and how they can begin to apply these in their own day to day practice. I know from experience practitioners have this problem. In this course I walk you through how to understand this problem and how to solve the problem
WRITTEN FEEDBACK FROM DELEGATES
"This was a wonderful, fun, interactive way to introduce motivational interviewing, what it is and how to practice it."
TABITHA DJUGA, SOCIAL WORKER AND ABI CASE MANAGER
"An incredibly worthwhile few days learning a practical and evidence based approach...I can't wait to start putting this into practice."
Dr COCO BERNARD, NEUROPSYCHOLOGIST
The opportunity to practice and learn with ongoing feedback and correction is fantastic.
Really practical workshop. There are so many skills that I will definitely use in my practice.