Motivational Interviewing I

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DATE: March 17 & 18, 2016                                                              

TIME: 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM (Registration will begin at 8:30 AM)

*Must attend both days*                                            

PLACE: Hart’s Hill Inn (135 Clinton Street, Whitesboro, NY)

COST: One fee of $95.00 – Includes lunch & program materials (Online payment subject to PayPal fee)

About the Presenters:

Denise Spagnola is a member of the Motivational Interviewers Network of Trainers; an international group trained by Miller & Rollnick. She has worked in the fields of mental health, substance abuse, corrections and dual recovery for the past 20 years; for the past eight years has owned and operated a private psychotherapy practice in New Hartford, NY. Denise works intensively with individuals dealing with trauma, abuse, addictions and family dysfunction. She is a faculty member at the Academy of Addiction Studies, NYS OASAS, an adjunct faculty member at MVCC, and a MINT (Motivational Interviewing) International Network of Trainers. Denise is also a mentor with the Women’s Mentorship Project sponsored by NYS Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Providers, Inc. (ASAP) and provides clinical supervision to individual and agency professionals. She is a member of the NASW, the AACC and CCN.

Bonnie Carr has thirty-two years of experience in the human service field. For eight years Bonnie worked in child welfare as a front-line caseworker and as a supervisor. For the last twenty-four years, Bonnie has worked at Insight House Chemical Dependency Services, Inc. as a chemical dependency counselor and administrator. In 1994, Bonnie was trained by Miller & Rollnick and completed the Motivational Interviewing trainer curriculum. She currently holds the position of Vice-President at Insight House, responsible for program development, regulatory oversight and clinical direction. Bonnie also works part-time in an outpatient community mental health clinic providing therapy for individuals with mental health issues, many of whom also have substance abuse problems.

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