Applying Motivational Interviewing Tools in Integrative Psychotherapy

Arthur M. Nezu, PhD, DHL, ABPP

Wednesday, May 9, 2:00–3:00 p.m. EDT

This webinar is available at no charge to members of the National Register of Health Service Psychologists and the Canadian Register of Health Service Psychologists. Psychology doctoral students and trainees may also attend at no charge. Non-member psychologists and other healthcare providers may register for $35.

About the Webinar

Dr. Nezu will discuss motivational interviewing (MI) as a method of developing and maintaining a conversation with a patient in such a manner that they, rather than the therapist, posits and articulates arguments in favor of change. Dr. Nezu will provide a brief overview of two MI integration models: 1) MI as a precursor to other therapy approaches, and 2) integrating MI within various interventions.


Registration and CE Credit

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email. All National Register members, Canadian Register members, and paid attendees will earn one CE credit upon successful completion of the webinar and evaluation. Doctoral students and trainees attending at no charge are not eligible for CE credit.

Please review our webinar and CE eligibility guidelines prior to the day of the live session and ensure that Zoom is working on your device.

About the Presenter

Dr. Nezu is Distinguished University Professor of Psychology at Drexel University and a licensed and board-certified psychologist. He is currently an Associate Editor of the American Psychologist, and Incoming Editor of Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice.



CE Information

1 CE Credit, Instructional Level: Intermediate

Learning Objectives

  1. Explain the basics of motivational interviewing (MI).
  2. Demonstrate how to apply MI as a precursor to other forms of therapy.
  3. Discuss how to integrate MI tools when treating various clinical disorders.

The National Register of Health Service Psychologists is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The National Register maintains responsibility for this program and its content.