20 - 23 June 2022
Motivational interviewing (MI) is a person-centred, goal-oriented approach to helping people achieve change through exploring and resolving ambivalence. Motivational interviewing was developed in the 1980's by Drs William Miller and Stephen Rollnick to help addiction treatment clinicians achieve better retention and engagement in changing problematic behaviours. Since then, MI has been disseminated across a broad spectrum of clinical, educational, corrections, and sporting settings, as well as in the area of organisational change. MI has fast become a cornerstone skill for anyone performing in a helping role, no matter the discipline or industry. This course will allow participants to be equipped with key MI concepts such as evoking motivation to change.
For the course brochure, click here.
Alternatively, you may scan the QR code or click on the web link to register (Internet access is required). Registration closes on 28 April 2022, Thursday.
By registering, participant has agreed to PGAHI Terms & Conditions.
With VCF Funding*:
*For NCSS member Agencies and MSF-funded Agencies only. Should PGAHI's reimbursement with NCSS be unsuccessful, the balance of course fees will be billed to the participant's organisation.