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Jeremy Evenden, MSSA, LISW-S, and Deborah Myers, MEd, PCC-S, of our Center are presenting three separate yet related webinars as part of the "Motivational Interviewing Webinar Series: Helping People Embrace Behavior Change in Healthcare Settings," which is sponsored by the SAMHSA-HRSA Center for Integrated Health Solutions.
This three-part webinar series is intended to offer participants concrete skills that they can use in their practice. The series is designed to be useful regardless of whether you participate in one, two, or all three webinars. Space at these events is limited, so register today and sign-in early on the day of the event to reserve your place.
SAMHSA does not issue continuing education credits for these webinar events. ABOUT THE EVENTS 1.) Engaging People in Discussions about Health-Related Changes
This webinar is designed for those who serve people with behavioral and/or primary healthcare needs. Those who should attend include clinical staff, support staff, and peers, among others. Participants will learn about the change process and important considerations when engaging people in behavior change discussions.
Date: August 15, 2012 Time: 2 to 3:30 pm (EST) Cost: $0/ Free CEUs: n/a Presenter: Jeremy Evenden, MSSA, LISW-S More info: ( click here) Register online via SAMHSA: ( ) click here Event archive, when available; see "Previous Webinar" section of SAMHSA website ( click here). 2.) Enhancing Strategies to Promote Individual Change in Primary Healthcare Settings
This webinar is designed for primary care staff members who work in integrated care settings. Participants will learn skills to increase the likelihood that individuals will understand information; to help individuals develop motivation to change; and to help individuals consider steps toward health-related changes.
Date: September 5, 2012 Time: 2 to 3:30 pm (EST) Cost: $0/ Free CEUs: n/a Presenter: Deborah Myers, MEd, PCC-S More info: ( click here) Register online via SAMHSA: ( click here) Event archive, when available; see "Previous Webinar" section of SAMHSA website ( click here). 3.) Enhancing Strategies to Promote Individual Change in Behavioral Healthcare Settings
This webinar is designed for behavioral healthcare staff members who work in an integrated care setting. It will teach participants how to evaluate the importance an individual places upon particular behavioral changes. It will teach approaches for helping the individual consider the limitations and the benefits of a potential change. Emphasis will be placed upon how to recognize an individual's movement toward change and how to reinforce that movement.
Date: September 19, 2012 Time: 2 to 3:30 pm (EST) Cost: $0/ Free CEUs: n/a Presenter: Jeremy Evenden, MSSA, LISW-S More info: ( click here) Register online via SAMHSA: ( click here). Event archive, when available; see "Previous Webinar" section of SAMHSA website ( click here). KEYNOTE SPEAKERS
Deborah Myers, MEd, PCC-S
Jeremy Evenden, MSSA, LISW-S
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
This event is open to service providers and organizations that are interested or are in the process of integrating primary and behavioral healthcare services.
ABOUT THE WEBINAR SERIES
Healthcare professionals often struggle to understand why those they
serve do not follow a care plan to address their health and/or
behavioral health conditions. While many effective treatment approaches
exist for individuals who are ready to make health-related changes,
helping these individuals explore the impact of their conditions,
consider what to do, and adhere to a treatment regimen can create unique
challenges that the healthcare system is less prepared to address.
three-part "Motivational Interviewing Webinar Series: Helping People
Embrace Behavior Change in Healthcare Settings" is designed to teach
primary and behavioral healthcare providers and staff members strategies
that they can use to support readiness for health-related behavior
change among individuals they serve.
(MI) is an evidence-based approach with demonstrated efficacy in both
behavioral and primary healthcare settings. It is a collaborative,
person-centered form of guidance to elicit and strengthen an
individual's own motivation for change. It includes the person as an
active partner in his or her health-related change process.
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