This course will introduce students to the theory, spirit, principles, and the strategies of motivational interviewing. Students will have an opportunity for practice and skills development though the use of role-plays, and interactive group exercises. The role plays and group exercise will enhance student skills in establishing rapport, eliciting change talk, and establishing commitment language from the client.
Date: March 23-24, 2020
Time: 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Instructor: James Fitterling, Ph.D
This course will provide information on mental health issues, such as anxiety, mood, personality, phobic, post-traumatic stress, and thought disorders. Students will develop a basic understanding of how mental health disorders, substance use disorders, and other related conditions can exist in combination and how they affect treatment service. Students will also receive information about potential causes and origins of these disorders, along with client perspectives of symptoms and limitations. Applied exercises will help students practice their developing skills associated with identifying and describing these disorders.
Date: June 4-5, 2020
Instructor: Paul Hunziker, MAC, LMFT, MA, CDP
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