Welcome and registration
Introduction and foundations.
How the familiar use of a guiding style and a strengths-based approach provide the foundation for motivational interviewing
The challenges in a conversation about change and the origins of MI. A new 4-step model.
Deconstruct the principles of skillful advice-giving and its relationship to motivational interviewing
Overview and practice
The heart of MI: evoking change talk.
Explanation, demonstration and practice
Advice-giving and everyday practice
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.
Cristiana Fortini and Jean-Bernard Daeppen, Service d’alcoologie CHUV, Lausanne
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
Hôtel de la Paix, Lausanne
5, avenue Benjamin Constant
CHF 180 (includes lunch and coffee breaks)
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A request for continued education credits is currently underway
Current direct employment by the corporate alcohol industry precludes registration.