The Pacific Southwest MHTTC is pleased to provide the recording of Session 3 in the five-part series on Motivational Interviewing which offers skills for our school and mental health workforce.
Motivational interviewing (MI) provides us with a way to have conversations about change. In this series, participants will learn the basics of how to apply MI to both typical and challenging clinical situations.
Session 3, Wednesday, 7/27: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) & Motivational Interviewing
Motivational Interviewing and cognitive behavioral therapy work well together; MI helps providers engage individuals in change and CBT assists in the active thought and behavior change process.
Viewers of this recording can benefit from the following learning objectives:
- Describe the stages of change model and determine when MI should be used vs. when CBT is the best intervention
- Identify what components of MI contain elements of CBT intervention and when such interventions are best applied in session
- List five to seven CBT and BT interventions that help promote change during the action stage of treatment