An Introduction to Motivational Interviewing

Adapting Your Style to Better Help People Change

8 Learning Credits

About the Programme

Developed by Miller and Rollnick, Motivational Interviewing is a client-centred approach that elicits behavioural changes by assisting individuals to explore and resolve ambivalence. The client-centred approach is especially helpful with individuals who are less motivated. Research has shown Motivational Interviewing (MI) to be helpful with a wide range of client groups and issues. This two-day course will equip the attendees with a sound understanding of Motivational Interviewing theory and skills.

The two-day training workshop is ideal for any person working with homeless populations, youth or community work or who works in the caring or social professions. It is aimed at people who want to learn the theory and practice of Motivational Interviewing and the workshop will provide the space and time for participants to become familiar with MI and the use of its core skills.

  • Available Dates:  
    • 8-9 February 2018
    • 20-21 September 2018
  • Workshop Fee:   


This workshop is suitable for:
Therapists, Counsellors, those working in the sectors of Social Care, Education and Training, Youth and Family care, Human Resources, Mediation, Employment Services. 
Please contact The Learning Curve Institute on +353 98 255 30 or to book