Did you know that our online courses will remain available all summer?
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- What is this course about?
In this course, you will follow Dr. Stirling Moorey through 4 different chapters of highly engaging mini-lectures, demonstrative role-plays and interviews with international experts which will help you understand the varieties of CBT, their evolution, the application of CBT to various disorders, its key clinical features and the place of this important therapy in psychiatry today.
- Who is it for?
This course is designed not only for psychiatrists and health professionals, but for all interested participants wishing to know more about CBT and mental health issues.
There is no prerequisite knowledge necessary to
take this course.
Did you know? EPA paid-up members can access our courses for free: join us!
Make use of your time at home during this challenging situation and sharpen your skills with e-learning.
The EPA Online Course on Motivational Interviewing (MI) will help you learn more about the spirit of MI, the crucial relational foundation, the key techniques and how to use the techniques to steer consultations in the direction of positive change.
and learn something new in #psychiatry this summer!
If you have any questions, check out our FAQ!
In 2020, experience a new way to train and deepen your knowledge on Major Depressive Disorder.
Led by renowned experts Prof. Allan Young and Dr.
Roland Zahnfrom King’s College London, this online course will
give you a better understanding of the symptoms and how to diagnose depression.
You will have access to interactive discussions reviewing available and
emerging new treatments and so much more!
Stay tuned for more information about the
official launch date!
Have you enrolled in our course on Motivational Interviewing yet?
It’s still available, subscribe today!
To all our EPA members subscribers,
To maintain your access to our online course on Motivational Interviewing in 2020, make sure you have paid your 2020 membership fees on our Extranet and come back for your training course!
And don’t forget, more courses are coming next year… stay tuned!
Happy holidays from the EPA!
Over the past few months, more than 400 learners have joined us on this e-Learning platform,
Among the participants of our "Introduction to Motivational Interviewing" course, almost 30% have now successfully completed the final quiz and received their Certificate of Completion.
If you haven't completed the course yet, join your colleagues today and learn something new in #psychiatry this summer!
This is it!
Today we start our fourth and final chapter entitled “Putting it all together”.
We will introduce a simple module of the consultation: engage, focus, evoke, plan and we will put the skills we learnt in previous chapters into it to discuss how to shape conversation towards change.
As usual, test your knowledge with our weekly quiz and join the discussion: share your thoughts on how power imbalance can be managed in your work and how to support autonomy within psychiatric practice.
Once you have gone through this week’s lessons, don't forget to pass our final test to receive your Certificate of Completion!
We would also love to hear more about your experience with us: did you enjoy the course? what did you prefer?
The third chapter of our course is now online and will focus on “Strategic direction”!
Throughout this week’s videos, you will learn more about how to identify change and sustain talk and how to respond to it. You will also understand the benefits of evocative questions and how to construct them.
Moreover, you will once again have the opportunity to watch MI in action with another role play as we go on to unpick ambivalence into change talk and sustain talk and look at how we can respond to change talk and sustain talk differently to help steer consultation on the direction of positive change.
In this week’s discussion, we ask about your impressions after the role play: how would you respond? What happens for you and the patient when responding to change talk in an MI consistent way? Join us!
Don’t forget to complete our weekly quiz to have access to the fourth and final Chapter - available from Wednesday 19 June.
We hope you have enjoyed the first Chapter of the course !
It’s now already time to have a look at Chapter 2 “From the Relational to the Technical”.
In this Chapter, you will have the opportunity to watch Motivational Interviewing techniques in action with demonstration role plays and a debrief of the session led by Guy Undrill. You will finish with an interview of David Rosengren, MI trainer and member of the MI Network of Trainers (MINT) and our weekly quiz to assess your progress!
will be Chapter 3 “Strategic Direction” - available from Wednesday 12 June.
Today is the first day of your training on Motivational Interviewing and we warmly thank you for enrolling in this course!
By now, you probably already know a lot more about it thanks to the introductory module “About the Online Course”. If not, go check it out!
You will find more detailed information on the course content and learning objectives, plus you can introduce yourself and meet the other participants in this forum. Don’t forget to fill out our Welcome survey as well before you start the course.
Then it’s time to get to work with Chapter 1 “The Relational Foundation”.
In this chapter, we will work together to:
- Reflect on the key traits of both good and bad helpers
- Learn a basic definition of motivational interviewing
- Understand the partnership view of the patient-doctor relationship
- Gain awareness of how low therapist empathy impacts outcomes
- Appreciate the importance of change talk and sustain talk
- Understand what ambivalence is and its impact
We also hope you’ll participate in this week’s discussion, we are here to answer your
Don’t forget that Chapter 2 will be available from Wednesday 5 June 2019.
Thank you for joining us on the EPA E-learning platform!
Did you already subscribe to our next course?
If not, head over to the course presentation page and subscribe today. You will then have access to the course overview, practical information about the course content and can meet your fellow learners in the forum!
Don’t forget to complete our Welcome Survey as well to have access to the videos of Chapter 1: The Relational Foundation from 29 May 2019.
If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to email us through our Contact form.
It's finally here!
The EPA is very pleased to announce that its second Online Course “Introduction to Motivational Interviewing (MI)” will start on Wednesday 29 May 2019 and is now open for enrolment!
This online course is accessible for free for all EPA paid-up members using their Extranet login (email and password) to connect. A €30 fee will apply for other participants.
The second EPA online
to Motivational Interviewing,” aims to give professionals
techniques and ideas that can be used straight away in the workplace
Learners from around the world will be able to understand MI from the ground up: the spirit of MI, the crucial relational foundation, the key techniques and how to use the techniques to steer consultations in the direction of positive change.
Designed for psychiatrists and other mental health professionals, the course will open in May 2019.
Registrations will open soon, don’t forget to check our news feed right here for the latest information!
After the success of its first
online course on Cognitive
Behavioural Therapy, the EPA is thrilled to announce that the
filming of another online course took place in January 0219. This year,
learners from around the world will have the opportunity to gain knowledge
through the new course, An Introduction
to Motivational Interviewing.
To know more about the EPA E-learning programme, go visit www.europsy.net/e-learning/