In alphabetical order
AHC is a collective of academics, practitioners and trainers, led by Dr Tim Anstiss. Jeff Allison is an associate trainer.
The Center on Alcoholism, Substance Abuse & Addictions is one of the principal centres for MI research and development. The website contains diverse resources.
CMC is a non-profit international consultancy committed to promoting professional development and quality improvement in methods of communication and practitioner behaviour. Jeff Allison is an associate trainer.
Dr Rose is a clinical psychologist and a noted expert in the field of MI training and coaching. His consultancy has provided services to some of the leading medical schools in the USA
Healthcare Learning: Smile-on is the company that built the software for the ‘MI in Practice’ series of demonstrations, designed and sold by us.
ICMI brings together experts and learners alike to share and learn about developments in motivational interviewing research, theory and practice. The next event will be in 2014.
The LAU Training Department offers University of Leeds accredited modules and programmes in addition to non-assessed short courses tailored to meet the needs of different professional groups and occupational settings. Jeff Allison is an occasional associate trainer.
The resources on this website are designed to facilitate the dissemination, adoption and implementation of MI among clinicians, supervisors, program managers and trainers, and improve treatment outcomes for clients with substance use disorders.
MINT is an international organisation of trainers in motivational interviewing. The trainers come from diverse backgrounds and apply MI in a variety of settings. Their central interest is to improve the quality and effectiveness of counselling and consultations with clients about behaviour change concepts. Started in 1997 by a small group of trainers trained by William R. Miller and Stephen Rollnick, the organisation has since grown to represent 33 countries and more than 20 different languages. Jeff Allison is a member.
Dr Rollnick is a clinical psychologist and Professor of Healthcare Communication in the Cochrane Institute of Primary Care & Public Health at Cardiff University in Wales. Bill Miller and Steve Rollnick are the originators of MI and principal authors and researchers. His website is a useful resource with a discussion forum, and background information on MI research and development. Intermittently, Steve offers open-access workshops in Cardiff, Wales.