Compassionate conversations about behaviour change
Motivational Interviewing in Brain Injury Rehabilitation
Practitioners, transform your behaviour change conversations in brain injury rehabilitation
Places are strictly limited
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 use across multiple behaviour change issues and client populations. It is increasingly popular in brain injury rehabilitation.
Two day introduction to
motivational interviewing 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 would like to learn the core principles and practices and how they can begin to apply these in their own day to day practice.
Brisbane 02/03 April 2020
One day - Advancing your practice
This one day advancing practice course is for practitioners already familiar with motivational interviewing and who have attended at least a one day introduction course in the recent past. It provides the opportunity to refresh skills in the four processes of motivational interviewing and to reflect with colleagues on challenges and adaptive learning. A particular focus is on working with common cognitive impairments in clinical practice including changes in memory, attention, and self awareness.