Comprehensive training, consultation, therapy, psychological and neuropsychological testing.
Brewer & Bristow Training
Inviting helping professionals across fields and organizations to participate in live, interactive online training to enhance your skills
Members of the International Motivational Interviewing Network of trainers, Onna Brewer, PhD and Margo Bristow, MA bring years of experience in Motivational Interviewing, evidence-based care, and person-centered counseling to offer these upcoming training opportunities.
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Motivational Interviewing MITI 4.2.1 Coding Online Training
December, 2020: Wed., Dec. 2nd, Thu., Dec. 3rd, and Wed., Dec. 9th – 12:30pm-4:30pm ET, 1730-2130 UTC
February, 2021: Wed., Feb. 10th, Thu., Feb. 11th, and Wed., Feb. 17th - 12:30-4:30pm ET, 1730-2130 UTC
October, 2021: Wed., Oct. 6th, Thu., Oct 7th, and Wed., Oct. 13th - 12:30-4:30pm ET, 1730-2130 UTC
Format: Live, interactive, 12-hour online training via Zoom
Facilitators: Onna Brewer, PhD and Margo Bristow, MA
Event language: English (closed captioning available in Zoom)
Audience: We welcome our global community to participate in this training. Clinicians and helping professionals with a basic/introductory background in Motivational Interviewing, clinical supervisors, and MI trainers
Continuing Education: 12 CEs available for Illinois Licensed Counselors (IDFPR 197.000258)
Organization discount: Register two providers from one agency and receive a complimentary registration for a third member of your organization!
Through this training, we’re confident that learners will:
know the major components of the coding process using the MITI 4.2.1 coding system (Moyers, Manuel, & Ernst, 2014), including assessing globals, parsing utterances, and behavior counts.
know the major components of providing MITI 4.2.1 coding feedback in a coaching process parallel to Motivational Interviewing.
understand the importance of coding practice with and without transcripts and developing inter-coder consistency for effective use of the MITI 4.2.1 coding system.
be able to code recorded samples of sessions for MI fidelity using the MITI 4.2.1 coding system.