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Overview of Motivational Interviewing for Community Corrections Professionals $25.00
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Overview of Motivational Interviewing for Community Corrections Professionals

Individuals involved in the juvenile or adult justice system are often unsure about making behavioral or life changes. Motivational Interviewing is a way of communicating that draws out people’s own thoughts and beliefs to help them resolve their ambivalence about change. Pretrial, probation, parole officers, and corrections counselors working with adults or juveniles on community supervision can use motivational interviewing skills to help the individuals they supervise internalize the change process and improve compliance with supervision conditions. This course will provide community supervision professionals working with adults and juveniles on community supervision with a brief overview of motivational interviewing, the stages of the change process, and strategies that can be used to enhance an individual’s motivation to change.
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$25.00
Overview of Motivational Interviewing for Community Corrections Professionals
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