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Introduction to Motivational Interviewing

February 3, 10 & 17, 9am-12pm CST (on Zoom)

3-part virtual workshop

Registration: $30

CEUs available for Social Work: $75 per 7.5 credit hours

Workshop description

In a supportive manner, a motivational interviewer encourages clients to talk about their need for change and their own reasons for wanting to change. The role of the interviewer is mainly to evoke a conversation about change and commitment. The interviewer listens and reflects back the client’s thoughts so that the client can hear their reasons and motivations expressed back to them.

Jon Kratz, LCSW

 

Jonathan Kratz is an Assistant Clinical Professor in Tulsa. He is a licensed clinical social worker with extensive experience serving Spanish speaking populations in forensic, school-based, and outpatient mental health settings. Jonathan is a member of the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT).

Target Population:

General professional audience

Number of Sessions:

3

Number of Participants:

35

Location:

On Zoom

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