Motivational Interviewing

Stephen Rollnick

Keynote speaker: Professor Stephen Rollnick Ph.D

Clinical Psychologist / Professor of Health Care Communication, Department of General Practice, Cardiff University, Wales

Adelaide: 13 November 2007 - The Sebel Playford, Adelaide
Sydney: 15 November 2007 - Intercontinental Sydney

Motivational Interviewing is an evidence-based clinical method for helping people engage and maintain behavioural change. It combines client-centred counseling with directive psychological methods to help clients increase motivation for change, resolve ambivilance, strengthen committment, and carry through with behaviour change. Originally developed for helping pople with alcohol/drug problems, Motivational Interviewing is now applied more widely in medical, criminal justice, rehabilitation and mental health setting.


Download the Conference Program


Endorsed by

National Council of Self Insurers ARPA NationalAustralian Society of Rehabilitation Counsellors

Presentations for workshop delegates

These slides are copyright and intended for the use of the workshop delegates only, and can only be accessed with the username and password provided to workshop delegates. Reproduction of these presentations is prohibited.