Master Series in Clinical Practice
Jointly sponsored by The Continuing Education Program at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, a Major Teaching Hospital of Harvard Medical School; Boston Psychoanalytic Society and Institute; and the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology.
The Master Series affords the chance to spend a complete day with leaders in our field to consider the unique perspective each speaker brings to the challenging dilemmas in both theory and practice. We hope that you will consider joining us for the entire series at a reduced tuition or choose the programs most relevant to your own practice.
Gary Rose, PhD, instructor
Motivational interviewing is an
evidence-based approach to behavior change counseling. Now in its 3rd decade, MI has
significantly altered the manner in which behavior change is discussed within
the fields of addictive disorders, acute and chronic disease management,
criminal justice, social services and the management of severe and enduring
psychiatric disorders. During this workshop, both the relational and technical
components of MI, using both didactic and experiential methods will be addressed.
The relational component refers to the interpersonal foundation of
collaboration, power-sharing, and the appreciation of ambivalence which appears
necessary, if insufficient, for effective behavior change. The technical
component, the preferential evocation and reinforcement of change talk, is a
unique contribution of MI and, when integrated with the MI-spirited
relationship, facilitates the initiation and persistence of change. Practitioners will learn how to integrate the
principles and techniques of MI into their everyday practices.
Upon completion of the program, the student will be able to:
the 3 key elements of the relational component of MI and describe one clinical
strategy each for implementation of the 3 relational elements
the manner in which the decisional matrix can be used to gain an understanding
of client ambivalence, and apply decisional matrix-informed counseling
techniques to health change counseling
two strategies for eliciting and reinforcing client change talk
Program Code: MS55
6 CE/CME Credits
Location: at MSPP, Newton
Gary Rose, Ph.D., is a
clinical psychologist who has been teaching motivational interviewing and
health behavior change counseling to professionals in the US and Europe since
1991. Dr. Rose is a member of the core faculty at the Massachusetts School of
Professional Psychology and an adjunct professor at the Brown University School
of Medicine, where he is engaged in research regarding effective MI training
methods for physicians and allied health professionals.
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