Workshops | Jeff Allison | MI Training | Training Consultant
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I offer realistic advice about the most productive training options, guided by the commissioner’s preferences and circumstances. Imaginative project design means that the common constraints of time and money need not be obstacles to satisfactory outcomes.


project design

MI takes an hour to understand and a year to practise without error. However, even the briefest guided exposure will result in most practitioners improving the helpfulness of their practice.

The typical learning pathway progresses from an examination of the recognised competencies of MI to exploring the method’s specific applications within the practitioner’s work setting using simulation techniques.

Working through digital platforms offers practical advantages and presents novel challenges. Where digital is the commissioner’s preferred medium, a sequence of brief sessions for small groups is recommended.