November 9, 2020 from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Dr. Marilyn Herie PhD RSW is Vice President Academic and Chief Learning Officer at Centennial College in Toronto, Canada, with an academic cross-appointment as Assistant Professor (Status Only), University of Toronto Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work. Her past roles include Dean of Learning, Teaching and Scholarship at Centennial College; Director of the of the Collaborative Program in Addiction Studies at the University of Toronto; and Project Director/Advanced Practice Clinician at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH). She blogs about education and teaching-related topics at www.educateria.com.
Motivational Interviewing (MI) is a collaborative counselling approach to join with, guide and enhance motivation in individuals who are ambivalent about changing. When practiced with proficiency, MI impacts behaviour change and positive treatment outcomes across a range of target issues (for example, addictions and mental health, treatment retention and outcomes, chronic disease management, and more), settings (such as public health, primary and tertiary care, counselling, criminal justice, child protection), and interprofessional providers. The principles of partnership, unconditional acceptance, accurate empathy, autonomy support and compassion are fundamental to MI making MI highly complementary and consonant with cross-disciplinary health and allied health values and ethics. Participants will leave this dynamic and practical session with a renewed and deepened understanding of how to enhance clients’ motivation for change and foster trust and collaboration, within a climate of acceptance and compassion.
Fee: $200 + HST (before October 22)
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The Highland Country Club (1922 Highland Heights)