Chicago, IL USA Introductory for Professionals in Fitness, Health & Sport

Motivational Interviewing for Professionals in Fitness, Health & SportCourse Description

This 1-day course is an evidence-based applied approach introducing the fundamentals of motivational interviewing (MI) to use with clients, patients and athletes in a behavior change context. Course material will provide an overview of current literature showing the primary evidence for the use of MI. Attendees will participate in a highly interactive training program focusing on the application of the foundational approaches and processes of MI.

Learning Outcomes

At the end of this training program attendees should be able to:

  1. Relate the evidence base for the use of MI with their clients.
  2. Discuss the foundational principles and practices of MI.
  3. Demonstrate foundational core MI skills.

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Faculty

John E. Coumbe-Liley, Ph.D, CMPC, CSCS. MINT TNT Alburquerque, NM. 2008.

Co-teaches HN594 Nutrition Counseling and Weight Management, Co-teaches HN 525 Sport Nutrition counseling, HN306 Nutrition Education and the Psychology of Sport Injury and Recovery. Profile.

Tanya Prewitt-White, Ph.D, CMPC 

Teaches KN436 Health Coaching, KN435 Sport Psychology & KN130 Stress Management. Profile

Location: 
College of Applied Health Sciences, University of Illinois at Chicago. Department of Kinesiology and Nutrition, 6th floor, Rm. 607. 1919 W. Taylor Street, Chicago, IL 60612.
Category title: 
Introductory
Cost: 
79
Event language: 
English
Summary: 
Registration Fee is $79.00 if registration completed before 12/22/17 and $89.00 after 12/22/17 Students 10% discount. Present student card at registration.
Date: 
5 Jan 2018 -
8:00am to 3:30pm
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