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Motivational Interviewing techniques are communication skills that support a person centred approach to care delivery. Motivational Interviewing skills are required to support people to manage their own health and long term conditions.
This interactive, lighthearted online, live study day is suitable for all members of the team.
Motivational interviewing is a style of communication that uses a guiding/reflective style to engage with people, clarify their strengths and aspirations, and utilise their own motivations for change, and promote independence of decision making.
You will interact, participate and influence the content of the day which will use bespoke situations to demonstrate the MI skills and you will not be asked to role play or listen to us reading through endless power point slides.
If you spend your life explaining what your service users should, could, must or need to do then this is the course for you.
This programme is ideal for clinical or non-clinical staff who have contact with patients engaging with a service.
The skills developed in this programme are useful across a broad range of both clinical and non-clinical settings, and all are welcome to attend.
This programme will be delivered in 1 day.
This programme will be delivered virtually through online sessions.
If you would like further information regarding the programme or to discuss whether this programme is suitable for you, please contact Rachel Bryers.