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A Quick Introduction to Motivational Interviewing

If you aren't sure about whether you want to pursue training in MI, this course is an introductory glimpse at Motivational Interviewing.  It will take you about an hour to watch, engage, and learn the basic structure, aims and history of MI. You can click below to see a short excerpt taken from the course.  The presenter is Daniel Mullin, PsyD, MPH, Course Director and Director of the Center for Integrated Primary Care.

Below is an excerpt from this mini-course on the history of Motivational Interviewing.





Introduction to MI

  • This introductory e-learning module can be completed in about an hour.
  • Designed for anyone who works in healthcare
  • Can be completed anytime and at your own pace

Tuition and Payment 

  • $70 per individual—please note that we do not allow multiple individuals to view this module with a single registration.  Each individual must register separately
  • Payment must be made with a credit card

Course Objectives

  • to describe Motivational Interviewing and to assess its applications in healthcare  practice
  • to describe behavior change and its relevance for primary care providers
  • to illustrate the spirit of Motivational Interviewing and how it is used to elicit behavior change
  • to describe Motivational Interviewing skills including OARS and Elicit-Provide-Elicit approaches to patient engagement and education

Technology Requirements

An internet connected device: laptop, desktop computer, tablet, smartphone

CIPC is not responsible for participants' phone charges/overages/internet usage

CE/CMEs are not available 

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