Program outline

08h00 AM

Welcome and registration

09h00 AM

Introduction and foundations.
How the familiar use of a guiding style and a strengths-based approach provide the foundation for motivational interviewing
Overview.
The challenges in a conversation about change and the origins of MI. A new 4-step model.

10h30 AM

Coffee/tea break

11h00 AM

Advice-giving.
Deconstruct the principles of skillful advice-giving and its relationship to motivational interviewing
Core skills.
Overview and practice

12h30 PM

Lunch

13h30 PM

The heart of MI: evoking change talk.
Explanation, demonstration and practice

15h00 PM

Coffee/tea break

15h30 PM

Advice-giving and everyday practice
Conclusions

Trainer:
Stephen Rollnick, PhD, is Honorary Distinguished Professor in the Cochrane Institute of Primary Care and Public Health, School of Medicine, Cardiff University. He was a practicing psychologist in the UK National Health Service for 16 years, and then became a teacher and researcher in primary care on the subject of communication. He has written books on Motivational Interviewing and Health Behaviour Change and has a special interest in challenging consultations in hospital and primary care settings. He has published widely in scientific journals and has taught practitioners in many countries and continents.

Co-trainers:
Cristiana Fortini and Jean-Bernard Daeppen, Service d’alcoologie CHUV, Lausanne

Language:
The workshop will be conducted in English, with some informal translation provided in French. Small group exercises and discussions will be conducted in French and/or English

Venue:
Hôtel de la Paix, Lausanne
5, avenue Benjamin Constant
Lausanne
www.hoteldelapaix.net

Separate registration:
CHF 180 (includes lunch and coffee breaks)

For more information:
inebria2016@chuv.ch

A request for continued education credits is currently underway
Current direct employment by the corporate alcohol industry precludes registration.