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Program Information


Webinar (Recorded): Making Shift Happen - An Overview of Motivational Interviewing

Description:  ** Webcast ** - Motivational Interviewing is an evidence based approach that uses a collaborative conversation style intended to discover and strengthen a person’s own motivation and commitment to behavior change (Miller and Rollnick, 2012). It is also used to guide and support change based on a person’s values, interests and ideas. Consistent with the stages of change model developed by Prochaska and DiClemente (1986), motivational interviewing recognizes that change is a process that can be influenced by relationship with a skilled practitioner who uses a particular set of principles, skills and techniques. This webinar will provide overview of the foundation, concepts and skills of motivational interviewing with case examples of MI applications in clinical practice.
CASCE#:  49983
Audience:  Staff at Public Health Departments, Counselors, Social workers and others interested in the topic
Disciplines: Allied Health
  Health Careers
  Mental Health
  Public Health
Format:  asynchronous workshop
Objectives:  1. Review theory and process of change.
  2. Describe motivational interviewing and review the concepts, spirit, skills and 4 processes of MI.
  3. Discuss specific applications of MI in clinical practice.

Program Times

May be viewed online until 6/30/2018 1:30 PM


Organization:  Online Course
Address:  Wake AHEC
City:  Raleigh
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0.2 CEU

1.5 Contact Hours


1.5 NBCC Hours


Paul Nagy, MS, LPC, LCAS, CCS

Program Fees

$20.00 Registration Fee.

Cancellation Fee

$0.00 Cancellation Fee.

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For more information, please call Wake AHEC at (919) 350-8547 or (866) 341-1814.

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