Motivational Interviewing for Recovery Coaches (B/C)

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Motivational Interviewing for Recovery Coaches offers participants unique opportunities to deepen their understanding, practice and proficiency with MI, a highly-regarded evidence-based practice for encouraging, facilitating and supporting behavior change as it may be specifically adapted for non-clinical uses by Recovery Coaches & Peers. Segments stand alone and need not be taken in alphabetical order. Specifically, they cover the following:

MI-B is designed for the peer/recovery professional who wishes to deepen their understanding and improve their practice of Motivational Interviewing. It includes a brief review of MI’s basic underpinnings – rationale, perspectives – and focuses more intently on considerations for its non-clinical use. Significant time is devoted to hands-on practice of TWO core MI skills (Open-Ended Questions & Affirmation), with exercises built to help participants recognize/utilize Change Talk and identify/catalyze Recovery Capital. Observer feedback is also provided.

MI-C is designed for the peer/recovery professional who wishes to deepen their understanding and improve their practice of Motivational Interviewing. It includes a brief review of MI along with opportunities to explore non-clinical practice parallels. Significant time is devoted to hands-on practice of TWO core MI skills (Reflection, Summation) with exercises built to help participants recognize the impact of verbal/non-verbal listening, as well as the mechanics of authentic MI conversations. Observer feedback is provided along with a self-assessment and facilitated discussion of professional next steps.

​Upon completion of this learning cycle, the participants will:

  • Understand the historical basis, core tenets, processes and skills of Motivational Interviewing.
  • Compare and contrast the use of MI within a variety of environments; mental health, human services, education, substance use, etc.
  • Articulate how/why MI works within the specific non-clinical lane of the Recovery Coach/Peer.
  • Explore the depth and variety of interpersonal interactions that encourage individual change in substance use, recovery and mental health settings.
  • Practice each of the skills O-A-R-S with meaningful observer feedback.
Presenter: 
Fell Cadwallader & Blair Jennings
Event Date: 
Thursday, February 8, 2018 - 8:30am to Friday, February 9, 2018 - 4:30pm
Attendance Mode: 
In Person
Tags: 
Recovery Trainings
Motivational Interviewing for Recovery Coaches
Address: 
Edwards House Meeting & Retreat Center
1 Badger Rd
Framingham, MA 01702
Cost: 
$65
Contact Information
Marion Clark-Jalbert
Phone: 
5087527313
Organization: 
AdCare Educational Institute
Position: 
Planner

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