Online Courses in Advanced Skills
BAP-MI: A Stepped-Care Approach to Self-Management Support and Health Behavior Change
BAP:MI advanced course in BAP-MI will teach participants how to integrate skills flexibly and efficiently from both BAP and MI to facilitate action planning across the full spectrum of readiness to change: from those ready/nearly ready for change, to those with considerable ambivalence about changing persistent unhealthy behaviors.
Course Learning Objectives
At the conclusion of this course, participants will be able to:
- use Brief Action Planning (BAP) in routine clinical practice;
- describe the Spirit of MI and each of its four elements;
- explain the importance of each of the four elements of the Spirit of MI for BAP and BAP-MI;
- name the four skills of OARS and explain how they are used in BAP-MI;
- discuss “Change and Sustain Talk” and their importance in BAP-MI;
- describe the two MITI “relational” scales of “Partnership” and “Empathy” and how they are used;
- describe the two MITI “technical” scales of “Softening Sustain Talk” and “Cultivating Change Talk “and how they are used; and
- use the BAP-MI stepped-care approach to self-management support and health behavior change in routine clinical practice.
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