Motivational Interviewing (MI) is one of the most heavily researched interventions in the fields of addiction, behavioral health, and medicine. This workshop is designed for persons who have completed an introductory training and have begun to utilize the model in their practice. This training will help participants to further develop MI skills and strategies beyond the basics in a supportive environment. Participants will hone their skills by participating in experiential exercises with other MI practitioners who will provide strength-based feedback. (12 CEUs)
Motivational Interviewing Level 2
Emily Everhart MA LMHC
Emily Everhart, MA, LMHC graduated from Southwestern College in Santa Fe. Emily is trained in Seeking Safety, Motivational Interviewing, CRAFT, DBT, and EMDR. She is a member of the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (M.I.N.T.) and is a Certified Grief Informed Professional (C.G.P.). She has worked in residential and outpatient facilities – primarily with clients with extensive trauma histories. Emily is particularly passionate about helping clients to cultivate successful relationships in their daily lives, a healthy relationship to grief, and holistic recovery from addictions (process and substance.) She has extensive experience working with clients that utilize medication-assisted therapies and is grounded in a harm reduction approach to substance abuse. In addition to working individually with clients, she also enjoys clinical and psychoeducation group work. She brings a patient sense of humor to her work with clients and sees therapy as a highly collaborative process.