FREE Webinar

Introduction to Motivational Interviewing: 1 Hour Webinar

April 19th, 10:00-11:00 (EST)

Motivational Interviewing is a particular kind of conversation about behavior change. Rather than advising and convincing a person to change, Motivational Interviewing is a style of communicating that evokes a person's intrinsic motivation to change, attempts to resolve ambivalence, and minimizes discord in a helping relationship.

In this introductory workshop, Kate Watson will dispel some myths about the behavior change process, present the evidence base for Motivational Interviewing, and discuss the possible applications of Motivational Interviewing in your own work.

To register for this free event, click here: Register.

Motivational Interviewing: A Workbook for Learners

Kate Watson's workbook is available for a limited time at a discounted price of $32.00. If you would like to have the workbook available to you during the webinar, please place your book order by April 11th. After April 11th, delivery before the webinar date cannot be guaranteed. The workbook is not necessary for the webinar, but recommended for optimal learning.

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About Kate Watson, Owner of Watson Wellness Promotion

Kate earned her graduate degree in Psychological Counseling from Columbia University and is currently completing her doctorate in Health Policy and Social Justice from Drexel University's Dornsife School of Public Health in Philadelphia. Kate is an Assistant Professor at Peirce College, and her areas of academic interest include gender-based violence, sexual assault response, and trauma-informed practice. She is an on-going consultant to several medical schools across the country, as well as the United States National Guard’s Sexual Assault Victim Advocacy Program. Since joining the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers in 2011, Kate launched her consulting company: Watson Wellness Program, and she has conducted Motivational Interviewing workshops with nurses, physicians, dentists, victim advocates, members of the military, police officers, teachers, correctional officers, case managers, and advocates for the homeless.