This workshop will provide opportunities to gain a greater understanding of using motivational interviewing techniques to build rapport and engage resistant clients.
We have a multi-disciplinary team and use motivational interviewing techniques to deliver a range of trauma informed interventions to:
- Domestic Abuse Perpetrators and Survivors
- Young, Adult and Female Offenders
- Children & Young People exposed to Adverse Childhood Experiences
- Adult & Young People who have experienced recent/historic sexual abuse
This full day training will provide opportunities to gain a greater understanding of using motivational interviewing techniques to build rapport and engage resistant clients. It is suitable for front line professionals who work with families living with domestic abuse and in criminal justice. We have delivered workshops to police, probation, social services, health and education.
- Gain an understanding of motivational interviewing principle
- Gain an understanding of the link between motivational interviewing (Miller and Rollnick) and the stages of change model (Prochaska et al)
- Gain an understanding of how to elicit change talk in resistant clients
- Gain an understanding of responding to sustain talk
- Develop motivational interviewing skills to influence behaviour change
- Gain confidence in interacting effectively with offenders
Availability and Bookings
To book a space on this training course, please use the form further down this page. We will contact you to confirm your booking and arrange payment.
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If there is any training that is not covered in the packages listed, please contact us and we can look at devising and delivering bespoke packages based on your needs and utilising our skills and knowledge.