I joined MINT in 2006 and work full time as an independent consultant and trainer. I have been fortunate to have designed and facilitated more than twelve hundred MI workshops for health care practitioners, behavioral health clinicians, social workers, psychologists, psychiatrists and criminal / juvenile justice professionals, and I provide training for trainers in evidence-based practices. I serve on a number of MINT committees and have served on TNT teams in Fort Wayne, Atlanta and Berlin. I frequently provide MI coding and skill development coaching, coding QA, research intervention design, and consultation to systems for effective MI implementation. While my official MINT address is in Maryland, I am also regularly based in San Francisco (CA) and Reno (NV). I spent my undergraduate years at Occidental College in Los Angeles, and completed graduate studies in organizational behavior at the School of Industrial and Labor Relations at Cornell University as well as my J.D. at the Cornell University School of Law. In my spare time, I participate in cold- water marathon swimming events, raising funds for under-resourced kids’ charities. For additional information, please see www.alihalltraining.com.
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