We provide training and practice development coaching for practitioners in the fields of health care, addictions treatment, criminal justice, social care, employment guidance and academic research. We specialise in helping practitioners build competency in consultations where issues of change are centre-stage, using motivational interviewing as the reference style. Since 1996 we have provided services for more than 250 commissioning organisations in 17 countries.
MI IN PRACTICE: THE CHICAGO INTERVIEWS
Study Prof. William R. Miller demonstrating motivational interviewing in our new downloadable software package.
An international multi-disciplinary group of MI specialists collaborated in the design of this unique learning resource. The various components provide diverse learning opportunities for trainers, practice coaches, clinicians and self-directed students. The user will achieve a significant enhancement in their understanding of the spirit, skills and tactics of motivational interviewing. Click the orange box to learn more.
The normal dilemmas of life exaggerated by seriousness, reluctance or
uncertainty are the natural domain for motivational interviewing.