This workshop will look at how healthcare providers can work with patients to elicit and strengthen motivation to change.
Workshop Learning Objectives
Identify the importance of therapeutic engagement, and the role of empathic listening as a skill to reduce resistance to change; to the extent that the Learner will demonstrate at least 3 of the core OARS skills; as evaluated by facilitator and peers.
Apply the concepts of the Righting Reflex, Self Perception Theory and the Theory of Psychological Reactance; to the extent that Learners will demonstrate reflective listening skills, EPE, and identify change talk; as evaluated by pre / post test scores, facilitator and peers.
Appreciate how change occurs along a series of stages and the importance of meeting the client ‘where they are at’ to ensure therapeutic alliance and reduce change resistance; to the extent that the Learner will accurately identify appropriate SOC on written exercise, real play, case scenario, and real case review; as evaluated by facilitator and peers.
Identify the three components of intrinsic motivation, and how to listen to client’s language patterns to identify their readiness, willingness, and ability to change; to the extent that Learners will demonstrate skills during real plays, small/large group discussion; as evaluated by facilitator and peers.
$50.00 for Physicians & Allied health
$25.00 for Students and Medical Residents
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This one-credit-per-hour Group Learning program has been certified by the College of Family Physicians and Canada and the Nova Scotia Chapter for up to 11 MainPro+ credits.
Registrants staying at the Best Western, Chocolate Lake Hotel, 250 St. Margaret's Bay Rd, Halifax, NS are offered the rate of $139.00+ per night. To book, call 902-477-5611 & indicate you are attending the AMN Workshop.