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Motivational Interviewing Training - Singapore

Over the past 5 years, Mikel has been facilitating Motivational Interviewing (MI) training for Singapore General Hospital (SGH), Post Graduate Allied Health Institute (PGAHI). Working with SGH continues to be a great privilege as we see first hand their true commitment to patient-centred care through the way they honor effective clinical communication and its impact on treatment and outcomes for their patients.

Navigating complexity is at the heart of medicine and all allied health fields, and effective treatment for patients with multiple and complex needs demands more than an ‘assess-and-advise’ model of care. Motivational interviewing is patient-centred, and supports behavioural change by eliciting the patient’s own motivation for change. It is a well-articulated, evidence-based approach, and offers particular promise to support and empower patients with multiple and complex needs to change unhelpful behaviours.

COVID has meant a pivot to online learning for our training with SGH.

Upcoming online trainings with SGH for Mikel are:

Motivational Interviewing - Foundational Skills

- 19 - 22 June 2023 (4 half days)

- 14 - 17 August (4 half days)

Motivational Interviewing Building Skills

- 11-12 March 2024 (2 half days)

Motivational Interviewing is a powerful tool for embracing and guiding individuals towards positive change. Its a client-centred approach that helps people overcome their obstacles and achieve their goals, and is a critical skills set for all staff in health and social support fields. If you or your organisation would like to learn more, please contact us today.

"The content and course delivery was structured well and the activities put in place were helpful and effective in getting me to understand + learn how to apply in my practice."

"The trainer is knowledgeable about the subject matter. In addition, he was able to provide many helpful responses on the fly, and has also provided much needed feedback and suggestions to overcome the challenges we have faced as part of work/during the role play."

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