Date & Time
Tuesday, March 5, 2019 8:30 am
Ends at 12:15 PM
Nativity of our Lord Church
529 Stephenson St
THIS TRAINING IS FULL, PLEASE REACH OUT TO ERIN O’DONNELL (570-401-5696) WITH ANY QUESTIONS.
This training is a great introduction to motivational interviewing and how it can benefit the therapeutic relationship. Participants will gain understanding regarding the spirit of MI and walk about with basic skills to utilize with clients.
8:30 AM: Registration and networking
9:00 AM: Training Begins
10:30 AM: 15 minute break
12:15 PM: Training Ends
– Define motivational Interviewing and how it can benefit the therapeutic relationship
– Explore common pitfalls that enhance resistance within the therapeutic relationship
– Identify language and basic skills that capture the spirit of MI
– Define empathy
– Discuss the 4 qualities of empathy
– Identify the importance of boundaries
Diane Bradley, LPC, NCC, CAADC, ACS, CCTP Candidate
Diane Bradley, LPC, NCC, CAADC, ACS, CCTP Candidate is a Treatment Advocate and Clinical Trainer for Recovery Centers of America. She developed her clinical identity through her work as an outpatient therapist for substance use and co-occurring disorders. Diane has developed and facilitates training topics such as clinical documentation skills, the disease model of substance use disorders, ethics in substance use disorder treatment, empathy, clinical supervision, and motivational interviewing. Diane specializes in group process skills and development, she recently presented on this topic at the 2018 PA Certification Board Conference. Passionate about teaching and clinical supervision, Diane became a clinical supervisor for Chestnut Hill College graduate students in 2014. She recently achieved the Approved Clinical Supervisor (ACS) credential meeting national professional standards for clinical supervision. Diane is also an advocate for women with infertility and pregnancy loss. In November 2014, she co-founded a peer led support group approved by RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association.
Recovery Centers of America is a NAADAC approved education provider (#155307). This course qualifies for 3CE hours.
NAADAC is an approved provider of continuing education through the Pennsylvania State Board of Social Workers, and Professional Counselors. Provider #004170