UBC MI Courses Available Until Dec 2017

The UBC ‘Award of Achievement in MI’ courses will be offered through UBC Continuing Studies only until December 2017. This is a time of change as the role of UBC Continuing Studies shifts within the University. Building on our partnership with UBC-CS over the last decade to meet the learning needs of Helping Professionals, Change Talk Associates will continue to offer open-access Motivational Interviewing courses. If you are...

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MI Skills Workbook Updated – Available Sept 2017

The valuable MI Skills Workbook, written by David Rosengren, has been updated and will be available through Guilford Press in September 2017. The second edition will reflect the 4 processes of the MI conversation and include many new learning exercises and worksheets.

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UBC Award of Achievement in MI – Registration Open Sept 2015

The UBC Award of Achievement in Motivational Interviewing provides comprehensive MI training with the benefits of interprofessional exchange, individual feedback, and opportunities to tailor your learning to your practice environment. This 70-hour program is suitable for all health and helping professionals working with clients to support positive health and related change. Register now for...

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Support Group Practice Guide now available! July 2014

  The work of this Support Group Practice Guide (SGPG) was initiated and funded by the Public Health Agency of Canada, Western Region. It is the result of a synergy between the insights, dedication and practical wisdom of CAPC*, CPNP*, and AHS* group facilitators who embody much of the Motivational Interviewing (MI) Spirit in their work with vulnerable women; our capacities as MI trainers, group facilitators and knowledge translators...

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Webcast book launch of ‘Becoming Trauma Informed’

The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) and the BC Centre of Excellence for Women’s Health (BCCEWH) are hosting a virtual launch of a new book from CAMH – ‘Becoming  Trauma Informed’ (edited by Nancy Poole and Lorraine Greaves). As contributing authors, Cristine and Frances will be speaking about their chapter on Collaborative change conversations: Integrating trauma-informed care and motivational...

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