Motivational Interviewing is an evidence based therapeutic tool for addressing disordered gambling. This 2-day intensive workshop is devoted to deepening MI learning and skills. Workshop participants will have previous MI training and practice in applied settings. The workshop will focus on strengthening listening skills, as well as growing eliciting and responding to change talk skills, change planning, and dancing with discord. Participants will be supported to develop learning plans and objectives for ongoing MI practice and growth.
Advanced MI - Learning Goals
1. Explore new materials from the MI-3
2. Deepen OARS skills
3. Deepen your ability to recognize, elicit, and respond to change talk
4. Initiate skills for managing with discord
5. Learn strategies for if, when, how to initiate a change plan with a client
6. Learn how to grow MI skills
7. Practice the application of MI within treatment of disordered gambling.
*This workshop is required for those completing the MI Academy
*This workshop requires submission of certificate for prior MI training
Who should attend?
These trainings are appropriate for professionals in the role of supporting individuals to make and sustain behavior changes: social workers, physicians, nurses, health educators, care managers, dieticians, counselors, psychologists, life coaches, clergy, probation/corrections officers, personal trainers, school counselors, etc.
About the Trainer
Mallori DeSalle, MA, LMHC, NCC, CMHC, CPS
Mallori DeSalle is a licensed mental health counselor, nationally certified counselor and an internationally certified prevention specialist. Ms. DeSalle completed a masters degree in Counseling at Truman State University in 2003. Over the last 15 years working in mental health, substance abuse and prevention fields, she has gained experience providing services as a community prevention coordinator, therapist, substance use educator and trainer. Since 2008, Ms. DeSalle has been an adjunct faculty member and research associate within the Department of Applied Health Science in the School of Public Health at Indiana University, Bloomington. Within the university, Ms. DeSalle serves the Indiana Prevention Resource Center as the Outreach Coordinator and Lead Motivational Interviewing (MI) Trainer for the Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) program. She is a member of the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers and listed on the National ATTC SBIRT Trainers’ Registry. Ms. DeSalle provides MI and SBIRT training to multidisciplinary audiences across the country.
Motivational Interviewing Training Academy
The Indiana Motivational Interviewing Academy is an 8-month experience that will give you an opportunity to learn more than the basics of Motivational Interviewing (MI). The academy aims to provide a foundation of knowledge in MI while also strengthening each individual’s skill in using MI within their work. The learning process will include both live classroom learning, both group and individual practice and regular coaching and feedback on techniques and skills.
For more information about the academy contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
This course is a look into youth and the ways and statistics surrounding possible gambling related activities. It is designed for professionals and students in many fields, including gambling prevention, health care, mental health, justice/legal, education, substance abuse prevention, and public health. Objectives include:
This is a basic orientation to problem gambling for those working in the field of addictions treatment and prevention. This presentation will also provide useful information for those working in treatment centers but not directly with clients.
In this presentation you will learn:
There are no CEU's awarded for this fifteen minute presentation. This presentation does satisfy basic orientation to problem gambling requirements for certain organizations in Indiana.