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Motivational Interviewing (MI) is a client-centered intervention designed to strengthen motivation for change in high-risk youth and adult clients.
Motivational Interviewing has positive outcomes and innovative features including:
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Addresses a variety of challenging problems such as substance use, institutional conduct, & treatment compliance.
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Strengths-focused; boosts staff confidence to help with challenging clients
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Clients more likely to engage with mandatory services & complete programs
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Customizable & can be used formally or informally

Motivational Interviewing (MI) is a client-centered intervention designed to enhance intrinsic motivation and to engage clients in the change process. Training in MI strengthens staff proficiency in working with clients who are unwilling or unable to change.

We offer customized training and coaching to support Motivational Interviewing applications across different professional groups such as child welfare staff, probation, parole and correctional officers, caseworkers, and counselors.

Contact us today to learn more about our solutions.