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Thank you for the great training at CSTC (Child Study and Treatment Center) over the past three months. This training series has done more than my previous trainings in MI as far as getting me to use it during my actual clinical practice. I think it was the focus on the spirit of MI, rather than the particular skills and techniques. It got me to see the big picture or… Read more “Dr. Joseph Wainer – Psychiatrist, Western State Hospital”
Our favorite session at the convention was offered by Casey Jackson of IFIOC. ‘Insightful, interactive, engaging, life-changing, and inspirational’ were the words used over and over to describe Mr. Jackson and his presentation in the evaluation comments. Working with the IFIOC staff was easy and efficient, and we look forward to having them back to do more training for our members.
I found the training with Casey Jackson extremely valuable. I have been fortunate enough to attend the 2-day training, then two other 1-day trainings a month apart from each other and it has made working with my probation/diversion youth so much more effective. I am always amazed and grateful on how much information I gather when I stay non-judgemental. And also how much more respect I am giving them to… Read more “Lisa Turner, Court Services Officer”
I found MI training to be an extremely valuable tool as a supervisor. I use reflective communication (equipoise) all the time in supervision as a means to empathically listen to the employee’s feelings/issues.thoughts/resistances, etc., which decreases my tendencies to want to “control” the situation and other pitfalls in management, like taking the situation personally or taking the situation home with me. I found employees feel valued and listened to, and… Read more “Kim Kaemmerer, District Manager”