Connect. Motivate. Change.

Motivational interviewing: A conversational technique, rooted in effective listening, that changes behaviors positively.

You can learn it – and help create change for the better.

Kay Eibl, M.A., L.P.C.

Motivational Interviewing Trainer
Imagine students wanting to make positive changes in their lives. The core to real progress, the best motivation for positive and lasting change, is located within the individual. Motivational interviewing is the key that helps unlock real change.
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Motivational Interviewing

Enhances academic performance

Supports student wellness programs

Is a positive alternative to in-school suspension

Supplements instruction – especially effective with middle school students

Is effective with substance abuse, childhood obesity, bullying

Increases internal motivation for change

Is linked with positive client outcomes and positive behavior changes

MI techniques can be learned by almost anyone

Increases helper empathy, which is the strongest predictor of positive client outcomes

Reduces defensiveness of clients in conversations