The Psychotherapist Association for
Gender & Sexual Diversity

Utilizing Motivational Interviewing in Private Practice (6 CE Seminar)

  • April 14, 2018
  • 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
  • Alliance Health Project, 1930 Market St., San Francisco CA 94102
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Registration

  • This discounted rate is for employees of UCSF Alliance Health Project only.
  • If you are an intern working on your clinical hours for licensure, there are 10 reduced slots available for this seminar. If those slots are gone, the only discount options are if you are an AHP employee or a Gaylesta member.
  • This is the standard rate for people who are (1) not Gaylesta members, AND (2) not employees of UCSF Alliance Health Project

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USING MOTIVATIONAL INTERVIEWING IN PRIVATE PRACTICE
April 14, 2018, 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM
Alliance Health Project, 1930 Market Street, San Francisco
6.0 CE Credits

This workshop provides an introduction to the use of Motivational interviewing (MI) in the psychotherapeutic treatment of clients facing concerns around their alcohol and other drug use. Many individuals who drink or use drugs can do so responsibly and with minimal impact to their lives and their environment. Using MI helps therapists work with clients to explore their ambivalence, and build awareness of their relationship to alcohol and other drugs. MI will supports clients’ self-efficacy and self-trust thereby building capacity for sustainable change. To read a more detailed description of the seminar, go here.

Registration is $250, with discounts for Gaylesta members ($200), Alliance Health Project employees ($200) and Interns (limited availability) ($150).

Instructors:
Cynthia Hoffman, LMFT
, is a psychotherapist in private practice. She has been practicing and teaching Harm Reduction Psychotherapy for over 18 years in both private practice and agency settings.


Claudia Figallo, MPH, CATC, has been providing Harm Reduction counseling to individuals with co-occurring disorders, the LGBTQ community and young people for over 15 years. She currently works at the Alliance Health Project running a Community Mental Health Training, and provides training and consultation to various agencies around the Bay Area.