Moving the needle in organizations and agencies through Motivational Interviewing
MI is especially recommended for “helping” professions and agencies, where success is measured by your ability to support, empower, and care for others.
These industries attract dedicated people who have a tough job -- my goal is to make their job easier.
MI can mitigate these common organizational pitfalls:
I offer a 3-tiered service and pricing model --
from self-guided to fully customized solutions -- to meet the unique needs, budget, timeline, and goals of your company or organization.
Phase 1: Training -- Online MI Training Course
Phase 2: Coaching & Skills Verification -- Individual/Group Coaching
Phase 3: Program Planning -- Organization "Motivation Audit"
I have nearly 20 years of experience providing MI training in all sorts of environments and have been a member of the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers since 2005. I have developed the ability to spot organizational barriers to motivation and figure out workarounds when policies can't be changed.
My second passion (after MI) is research. I'm comfortable developing measures, finding control groups and analyzing data that can help you establish an ROI.
My training focuses on implementing bite-sized pieces of MI. I developed an innovative online practice platform that walks people through the material without leaving them overwhelmed and not knowing where to begin
"These lessons made me be honest about my communication skills, which wasn't always easy to accept. These lessons are as rewarding as they are valuable."
-- Carol C.
"I'll be honest, I was practicing with a healthy amount of skepticism. The reason being that I'm so used to my family being so hard-headed that I was expecting the usual resistance. However, I saw the difference in responses like it was day and night! It was super cool, it almost feels like you have a superpower." -- Chris M.
"I learned to spend less time trying to solve other people's problems and more time asking people to identify "what" they want & need and then empowering them to "do it". -- Ana G.