Lunch Lecture Series: Recovery and motivation - Motivational Interviewing: Towards Change?

Event

21May201312:00
to
13:00

Motivational Interviewing: Towards Change? is part of the Recovery at its core lunch lecture series. The lectures are on four major themes, and will be held from March 12 to June 11, 2013. The series is presented by the Clinical Activities, Knowledge Transfer and Teaching Directorate (CAKTTD).

Summary
There is no longer any doubt—motivational interviewing is one of the best practices in mental health therapy. During this lecture, you will gain a better understanding of this clinical approach, which aims to strengthen the client’s intrinsic motivation to commit to change. We will present the source of this 25-year-old approach as well as the spirit and values that underlie and guide its practice. The approach will be defined and put into perspective in the context of its potential in different clinical settings.

Speaker
Anne Wittevrongel, Psychologist

Location
Bowerman Room (B-1127) - Dobell Pavilion
How to get to the Douglas 
Available via visiotraining.

Time
12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Hot lunch is provided

Consult the poster
Consult the flyer

Registration

There is no registration fees but seats are limited. Please reserve with:

Anne-Marie Charlebois
Tel. : 514-761-6131 ext. 6224
anne-marie [dot] charlebois [at] douglas [dot] mcgill [dot] ca