Debby – You belong in prison. Debby – You belong in prison. How did he KNOW??? The proper, skillful use of Motivational Interviewing indeed has a place in criminal justice settings. The data gathering processes and research findings are just beginning to tell the story of change in heretofore marginalized populations. William R. Miller – used with permission
provided by MINT Trainer and trained MITI Coder-Coaches * with up-to-date, documented IRR * who receive ongoing training and supervision (by a member of the MINT who is also a Coder with > 80% IRR.) Coder-Coaches participate in minimum of 2-hours per week Coding sessions Using the Motivational Interviewing Treatment Integrity (MITI) Coding System Version 3.1.1
Tracking implementation progress over many years Tracking the return on investment in implementation capacity TWO questions are constant: “Are we meeting “FIDELITY CRITERIA?” “Can we PROVE IT?”
PRE 2010 SCORES POST 2010 – AFTER RESTRUCTURING TRAINING EFFORTS
Our profession is ACRONYM driven. OARS was not an effective driver. OARS made us think that the Open Question is the most valuable skill to use, by virtue of its placement in the acronym AROS – E: -puts the biggest focus on Affirmations and Reflections -using Open Questions to elicit the areas of DARN that have not been uttered yet by the client - strengthening -summarizing the most important things: ambivalence and change talk -always for the directional purpose of eliciting change talk and commitment language
For more information contact Dr. Hellen J. Carter, Ph.D. Chief, Juvenile Field Services email@example.com Jane Ball, MS Vice President, “National Curriculum & Training Institute®, Inc.” (NCTI) firstname.lastname@example.org Mike Judnick Vice President, “The Change Companies®” email@example.com
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