Coaching Webinar - Motivational Interviewing - Tim Anstiss

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Date of event: 7 June 2018
Event ends: 7 June 2018
Start time: 18:30
End time: 19:30
Price: £25 +VAT (10% discount for Henley alumni & current students) - Free to Coaching Centre Members
Coaching Webinar - Motivational Interviewing - Tim Anstiss

Join us on Thursday 7 June 2018 for our Coaching Webinar - Motivational Interviewing - it may not be what you think - given by Tim Anstiss

Motivational Interviewing started in the drug and alcohol treatment field as a way of helping people struggling with some very difficult situations get clarity over where they wanted to be and how they might best get there. From there it has spread to a wide range of other settings, including healthcare, social work, teaching, employment, offending and other fields.

But what exactly is motivational interviewing, how do we think it works (it is supported by several hundred research studies), what is its relationship with coaching, and how might a person learn and get better at it?

During this webinar Dr Tim Anstiss will answer these and other questions and help listeners get a better understanding of how MI might help them develop and extend aspects of their coaching and management practice. 

The speaker - Dr Tim Anstiss

Tim is a medical doctor focusing on health and well-being improvement. He has worked in a range of clinical and non-clinical settings, and delivered a wide range of preventive and health improvement service to a wide range of client groups - including workers, cardiac rehab, weight loss, and people living with chronic pain, depression and cancer. Tim has trained thousands of healthcare professionals in motivational interviewing, brief interventions and shared decision making techniques, and has been involved in several international workforce development programmes. He has helped write several book chapters around coaching and is currently exploring how to best fuse MI with positive psychology, acceptance and commitment therapy and compassionate mind training.

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