3 hours of Diversity Credit!!
Motivational Interviewing in Behavioral Health Interventions with Diverse Populations
Scott Walters, PhD
Motivational Interviewing is evidenced-based conversational strategy for promoting behavior change. With more than 500 studies supporting its efficacy in a variety of settings, MI has become an attractive treatment option in healthcare settings where interactions may be brief and multi-focused. This workshop will introduce MI and teach its use in drawing out a client's motivation and commitment to change.
1) Recall key components and principles of MI
2) Identify the common and unique elements of MI as a clinical style
3) Demonstrate basic reflective listening skills.
4) Identify client change talk and how it contributes to MI practice
Event Time: 1-4 pm
Best Practices 12-1 (Receive an extra hour of Ethics Credit!)
Lunch Served: 12-1pm In response to feedback and to accommodate those observing Lent, the wrap tray will include veggie, tuna and turkey in equal numbers. We will also have chips, assorted fruit and cookies.
Location: EAD 703 (Everett Administration Bldg)
Best Practices will be in EAD 714
Correction: The facilitator for Best Practices Forum will be Carol Stalcup, PhD. Due to requests for more time on this topic, she will be continuing the discussion related to the recent APA guidelines on treatment of men and boys. Please bring cases that pertain to this topic.
Parking will be in Lots 14 and 7
P.O. Box 471432
Fort Worth, Tx 76147