Start a process of change
- Use motivational interviewing techniques
- Uncover clients' motivations to change
- Build a respectful relationship without collusion
- Overcome perpetrator resistance
As practitioners leading perpetrator programmes, we know how challenging, but incredibly crucial it is to uncover a client's motivation to change their behavior. Motivational interviewing is a powerful tool that enables you to support and follow your clients through their process of change. Implemented in perpetrator programs across the globe it has shown meaningful results.
This two-day training is highly practice-based, whils still offering relevant theoretical frameworks. Participants will discuss questions such as:
- What are the basics of motivational interviewing and why is it relevant for perpetrator programmes?
- How and why do people change?
- How do you overcome resistance against change?
- What approaches, interventions and techniques show good results?