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This is a four-day course, with the fourth day to be scheduled eight weeks after the main three-day course.
This course will explore the application of motivational strategies for people engaged in structured change programmes, and would be suitable for drug and alcohol practitioners, probation officers, youth offending workers, counsellors and prison officers, amongst others.
• To develop knowledge about the theories and principles of Humanistic Counselling, Motivational Interviewing and Self-Directed Behaviour Change
• To be able to undertake a client-centred assessment using the Cycle of Change
• To support clients to develop and work through client-centred action plans
• To apply advanced skills and techniques that foster motivation and support change
The Foundation Course in Structured Motivational Practice includes four modules:
• Module One: Humanistic, Motivational & Behavioural Theory & Principles (1 day)
• Module Two: Practice Skills & Strategies (2 days)
• Module Three: Workplace Learning
• Module Four: Reflective & Advanced Practice (1 day)
Supporting Resources: Practical Handbook in Structured Motivational Practice – Southwell, 2010
This three-day course is followed by a further one-day compulsory module (Reflective and Advanced Practice) on 26th July 2011. Bookings for this course should preferably be made by telephone or email, as an additional cost of £45 + VAT is applicable for the follow-up day.
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