Blended Learning for Ongoing Skill Development
Continue to learn techniques, strategies, and “how-to’s” that can raise motivation levels.
We now offer 20 Web Courses for Motivational Interviewing with guides for skill development to provide an effective, blended learning experience. We also offer 5 Web Courses for Supervisors.
Blended Learning packages are NAADAC Approved for Continuing Education Unit’s.
These Web-based Courses include:
20 Motivational Interviewing Interactive Online Courses available for staff.
Lesson One: Introduction to Motivational Interviewing
Lesson Two: The Spirit of Motivational Interviewing
Lesson Three: The Four (4) Processes and Three Styles of Motivational Interviewing
Lesson Four: The Four (4) Principles of Motivational Interviewing
Lesson Five: Client-Centered Counseling Skills (I): Open Questions and Affirmations
Lesson Six: Client-Centered Counseling Skills (II): Reflections
Lesson Seven: Client-Centered Counseling Skills (III): Summaries
Lesson Eight: Resistance Examined: New Tools for an Old Problem
Lesson Nine: Recognizing and Eliciting Change Talk
Lesson Ten: Developing Discrepancy
Lesson Eleven: Responding to and Reinforcing Change Talk
Lesson Twelve: The “Semi-Directive” Nature of Motivational Interviewing: Summaries & Directive Reflecting
Lesson Thirteen: Deepening Change Talk
Lesson Fourteen: From Evoking to Planning: Change Planning with the Client
Lesson Fifteen: Strengthening Commitment: Supporting Action towards Change
Lesson Sixteen: Problem Discussions, Giving Advice and Exchanging Information with an MI Perspective
Lesson Seventeen: Navigating the Tough Times: Working with Resistance, Deception and Sanctions
Lesson Eighteen: Learning Motivational Interviewing: Experiencing A New Approach to Service Delivery
Lesson Nineteen: A Deeper Look at Engagement and Focusing: Learning How to Walk Together – Towards the Same Destination
Lesson Twenty: From Start to Finish – Putting Motivational Interviewing Into Practice
5 Motivational Interviewing Interactive Online Courses for Supervisors & Managers
Lesson One: Successful implementation and sustainability of Motivational Interviewing (MI) practice
Lesson Two: Modeling and demonstrating MI for staff
Lesson Three: Assessing Core MI Skills
Lesson Four: Feedback and Coaching of MI
Lesson Five: Introduction to Coding Motivational Interviewing
New & Continued Learning: Those with no previous experience can gain an extensive foothold of knowledge and know-how by accessing this series. Others with more experience can continue their momentum and transfer learning from previous training.
Effective reinforcement: Beat the “extinction clock” that starts ticking as soon as training ends and threatens newly acquired skills without follow up. Web courses are an excellent way to fortify skills and keep the momentum going.
Easy access: Supports PC or MAC. Courses can be taken via a computer at work, a home computer, laptops, iPad or Tablets, and smartphones are all accessible.
Completion of Continuing Education Units (CEUs): Does your staff have requirements to complete CEU’s on a quarterly or annual basis? If so, let us know your requirements so these courses can be authorized and accepted by your certifying organizations.
Reduced interruption to agency operations: Reduce the length of in-person (classroom-based) training time needed by having staff complete these multiple courses prior to the importation of onsite training. Inform your consultant/trainer of this web-based series so they can tailor their training to synch up with these web-courses.