Advanced 2 Training – Coding/Coaching and “Train the Trainer”
What steps are necessary to become a strong effective MI Trainer or Instructor?
How do you envision the process of achieving these goals? What is your own story in wanting to become an MI trainer?
Becoming a member of MINT has become more challenging over the last 5 years and learning how to successfully navigate the MI world requires patience, dedication to learning the language of MI.
You may know the theory and principles of MI but how do you harness the spirit and find the balance to be an effective trainer? How do you have the confidence to teach the language of MI and create trainings that truly create impact?
This workshop is designed for those who have had at least 4 days of MI training and desire more advanced proficiency in using MI. It is an opportunity for more practice of MI exercises and feedback. There will be the opportunity to do a tape that is coded with the MITI 4.2.1 coding and individual coaching feedback. In addition, this workshop is for those who really want to be proficient in MI and train at their perspective organizations.
“Susan’s advanced MI training inspired my practice through her attentive guidance, fun and diverse exercises, and insightful perspectives. In addition, her on-point coaching style and fine-tuned coding skills have been invaluable to me both as a practitioner and MI trainer. Our collaborations have encouraged me to stretch beyond my limits, creating a forum for deep discussion, and preparing me for the MINT TNT. As a trainer, coach, and human being, Susan Dopart lives and breathes MI Spirit.” Joe Simmons, MI Trainer, New York
- Develop a personal plan for practicing and incorporating the primary skills and strategies of MI into counseling practice using MITI coding
- Practice using advanced skills and demonstration of OARS with feedback
- Coding of video and audio tapes for OARS, collaboration, spirit, autonomy
- Observe demonstrations of MI techniques
- Opportunity to have one of your own conversations coded with the MITI 4.2.1 coding system
Next training: Summer 2019
12304 Santa Monica Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90025