Helping professionals increasingly recognize the benefits of using motivational interviewing (MI), an evidence-based communication style shown to enhance engagement, increase readiness, reduce discord, and guide conversations to support health and related change.
This two-day knowledge and skills-based workshop provides a foundation in MI, emphasizing the core elements, key skills and strategies that are helpful in addressing a range of topics, such as substance use, diabetes, mental health, chronic illness, and disease prevention. No previous experience in MI is necessary.
Thursday, September 28 & Friday, September 29, 2017
9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Location: EME 3112
Facilitator: Frances Jasiura, UBC Vancouver
Please note: Lunch or refreshments will not be served.
The method of payment accepted online is VISA or Mastercard. If paying by cheque or Journal Voucher, please register over the phone by contacting Cynthia Tam, Program Assistant, UBC Extended Learning at 604.827.4234.
For more information about the course please contact Carleigh Benoit, WRAP Manager firstname.lastname@example.org