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Motivational Interviewing (MI) is a proven approach for implementing change in a client. Still, once initial motivation has been established for some clients, more action-oriented treatments, like Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), may facilitate or improve the changes that MI helped to kick-start. This workshop will explore the rationale for integrating MI and CBT into practice and identify the four processes of MI and associated skills to form the core principles for an integrated treatment approach. Through this training, Social Work participants learn how MI and CBT work complementary along with activities for providing MI-CBT integrated sessions. Participants will be able to: (1). Explain how the goals and purpose of MI and CBT work complementary. (2). Implement MI strategies in conjunction with CBT activities. (3). Describe key components of an MI-CBT integrated session.
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