Health Care Provider Training
The following programs are available to support Health Care Professionals in learning how to move their patients through behavioural change strategies, resulting in improved management of their chronic disease.
Advanced Motivational Interviewing
This 1 day accredited workshop offers a dynamic interactive program to individuals who already possess knowledge and experience in motivational interviewing.
Basic Motivational Interviewing
This 2.5 hour workshop reviews the stages of change model of health behaviour and explores clinical strategies to incorporate core skills of motivational interviewing.
Choices and Changes: Motivating Healthy Behaviours
This workshop is for health care providers to understand the literature, theory and techniques for promoting change in health behavior.
This program is an on-line training program for health care providers interested in delivering the "Craving Change" Program.
Mental Health First Aid
This 2 day certified training course is an awareness and prevention program that teaches participants how to help someone who is showing signs of a mental health problem or is experiencing a mental health crisis.
Moving Towards Change
This program is a 1.5 day workshop with Dr. Michael Vallis
Moving Towards Change (Evening Program): Supporting Your Patient to Self-Manage
This program is an evening workshop for health care providers with Dr. Michael Vallis, focusing on strategies you can implement in an 5 to 10 minute office or clinic visit.
PEP Talk: Diabetes Healthy Feet & You
This program is a 1 day workshop to become a "Certified PEP Trainer". With this certification, you can lead 2 1/2 hour workshops for people with diabetes in preventing foot ulcers.
Treating Patients with C.A.R.E.
This 1 day program is for all staff members to learn ways to communicate in ways that will enhance satisfaction and encourage patient partnership.
Interested in staying connected after attending a workshop? Click on the TimedRight© logo below to join our on-line networking group called "Waterloo Wellington Self-Management Program"