Deepen your understanding and practice of Motivational Interviewing. Learn how to use the Motivational Interviewing Treatment Integrity Tool (MITI 4.2.1). The MITI is used internationally as the primary tool to “code” MI interactions and determine clinician adherence to the model.
Clinicians who want to become more advanced in the practice of MI should attend this training on April 18 and 19 at San Francisco State University.
Taught by Ali Hall, JD. Ali is an international trainer of Motivational Interviewing and the MITI tool.
This tool is especially useful for supervisors, administrators, and evaluators to determine the extent to which providers are correctly using MI. The MITI assists in identifying where practice deficits occur and is an invaluable tool for providing consistent, effective feedback to providers on how to improve skills.
Use the following link to register. Continuing education credits are included in the two-day training fee.