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Behavioral Motivational Interviewing Training 101 - Staff & Faculty

1:30 pm–3:30 pm
University Health Center Room: 160
Additional Info: UHC
Lydia Coulson,
Behavioral Motivational Interviewing (BMI) is grounded in behavior change counseling theories and is intended to support staff members as they navigate challenging conversations with students which result in student-driven change behaviors. The training focuses on strategies such as open ended questions, affirmations, and reflective listening.

BMI training is most helpful to staff working in student-facing roles such as advising or student success.

Big Red Resilience and Wellbeing is offering this free 90-minute training to staff and faculty members.

Please register at this link:

Additional Public Info:
Parking is limited at the University Health Center. The UHC parking lot is open to staff/faculty with A-lot passes but is often filled to capacity. There is a large A-lot across 19th street which typically has space available. There is metered parking available on 19th street for participants without an A lot pass.

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