Effective Communication and Motivational Interviewing Part 3
What you'll learn
- Students will dive deeper into Motivational Interviewing, including starting to see the concepts in examples.
- Motivational Interviewing
- Effective Communication skills
- Types of talk
- Strategic Reflective listening
- Physics of Behavior Change
- Effective Communication and Motivational Interviewing
- Effective Communication and Motivational Interviewing part 2
In this class taught by Casey Jackson, a well known MINT trainer (Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers) you will dive deeper into understanding more about Motivational Interviewing and effective communication. In addition to that we will explore the types of talk and strategic reflective listening. The class offers a variety of learning opportunities including powerpoint, video examples and worksheet learning. You will notice there is a recorded discussion within the group and a Q & A on the topic of effective communication and Motivational Interviewing.
**This class is the 3rd part of a series we teach on Motivational Interviewing through Udemy. Make sure to check out the full series titled: Effective Communication: Motivational Interviewing. Check out all of our reviews, you won't regret signing up for this class!
*This is a pre-recorded training, credits cannot be given-if you would like to receive credits, please sign up for one of our live upcoming trainings.
To view the full Live course search IFIOC (Institute for Individual and Organizational Change) in Google and check out our Introduction to Motivational Interviewing course. We teach the Introduction to Motivational Interviewing course monthly via virtual training.
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Who this course is for:
- Social workers
- Healthcare workers
Tami studied Speech Communications at Oregon State University. Once graduating she worked in the Senior Housing Industry for almost a decade before moving on to working at The Institute for Individual and Organizational Change, a communication skills training company. She loves playing tennis, training her dog, and spending time outside.
Favorite phrase: Allow yourself to be a beginner, no one starts off being excellent.
Graduating with a Masters in Social Work, I have studied behavior change for years. I was introduced to a new communication method when I was being "raised in the addiction field", called Motivational Interviewing. From that time, I fell in love with the process and how it's evidence based methodology truly impacts and creates change. Back in 2010 I started the Institute for Individual and Organizational Change to help leaders and companies impact outcomes through the way they communicate. We teach classes and courses on Motivational Interviewing that are customized to our clients either in person or online.