Motivational Interviewing (MI) helps clients resolve their ambivalence through client-centered  communication
They Need
Help Clients Create The  CHANGE 
As a clinician, you serve as a guide to help them elicit self-motivational statements and behavioral change.
Motivational Interviewing (MI) incorporates communication skills that encourage your clients/patients to identify and develop their personal motivation for changing their behaviors.
With MI, Clients engage in self-actualizing conversations in which they create their own solutions for change in their life, giving them internal power and motivation. 
MI Empowers Your Clients
People are usually more convinced by reasons they discover themselves, than by those found by others. 
~Blaise Pascal
MI Is Based On The Following Assumptions:
  • Ambivalence about change is normal and constitutes an important motivational obstacle in recovery.
  • Ambivalence can be resolved by working with your client's intrinsic motivations and values.
  • The alliance between you and your client is a collaborative partnership to which you each bring important expertise.
  • An empathic, supportive, yet directive, counseling style provides conditions under which change can occur. 
MI Helps Clinicians Make A Positive Impact
Our Motivational Interviewing training is perfect for your medical team from receptionists to clinicians. We incorporate the components of MI in real-life situations such as phone etiquette, role-play, and how to identify change talk.

As you learn how to engage in Reflective Listening, Open-ended questions, Asking Permission, and Resolving Ambivalence, you are able to help clients better understand their stumbling blocks and motivations for change.
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What People Think...
"I was so satisfied that everything was balanced i.e. participation and education from Karen. 
~Christopher M. (Referral Coordinator)
"Karen was a great presenter and I was amazed that she got participation from everyone in the group. 
~Ann M. (Clinical Care Coordinator)
"Everything in the last series of MI workshops helped me with thinking more about the types of words and questions to use when speaking with patients. ~Shealy A. (LCSW)
We helped other healthcare facilities and their patients
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Coaching By Karen - (904) 323-2WIN (2946)