Training alone is not enough to refine the practice of Motivational Interviewing. This two-part, three-hour interactive webinar training introduces and guides learners through the use of a brief, user-friendly, self-assessment tool, developed to support individual reflection and enhancement of MI practice. Participants will use the self-assessment tool to review audio recordings of MI sessions and discuss how to implement personal use of the tool within their unique work setting.
1. Describe each section of the LPP self-assessment tool.
2. Demonstrate the ability to identify a client-centered behavioral change goal.
3. List and define each of the MI skills to be noted when using the LPP.
4. Identify 'intentional' use of MI skills.
5. Compose specific, strengths based, self-enhancement feedback.
Module 1. A Users Guide to the LPP.
Module 2. Tool Components Focus.
Module 3. The LLP in Action.
Module 4. Implementation, an Individualized Process.
Module 5. Tailored Feedback & Next Steps.
This webinar series will be delivered in two segments (1.5 hours each) webinar training provided under New York State Office of Addiction Services and Supports (OASAS) Education and Training. Provider Certification Number (115) Training under a New York State OASAS Provider Certification is acceptable for meeting all or part of the CASAC/CPP/CPS education and training requirements.
*To receive an "OASAS Certificate of Completion" for three (3) CASAC hours, participants are required to attend both sessions in their entirety.
About the Trainer:
Paul Warren is the Research Project Director here at New York State Psychiatric Institute. During his 25-year career in public health education, he has provided training and technical assistance as well as developed and facilitated curricula on a wide range of topics nationally. Paul is a Licensed Master Social Worker and was previously the Clinical Coordinator of Group Services for people living with HIV/AIDS. He currently manages the On-Line Training Center for the NYS AIDS Institute and is the Training Director for the Northeast & Caribbean Addiction Technology Transfer Center Network. He has a BFA in Undergraduate Drama from New York University and an MSW specializing in group work from Hunter College School of Social Work.
The development of these training materials was supported by grant TI082504 (PI: M. Chaple) from the Center for Substance Abuse Treatment, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), United States Department of Health and Human Services. The contents are solely the responsibility of the Northeast and Caribbean Addiction Technology Transfer Center, and do not necessarily represent the official views of SAMHSA