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Job Performance Videos

GETTING READY TO TEST: A Review/Preparation Manual for the Written Prevention Sp
This manual is to provide the Prevention Specialist with guidance for the IC&RC written examination process. It provides review materials that will assist you in your preparation. By providing you with background information on examination development, review materials, and sample questions, your preparation for the Internal Examination for Prevention specialist can be enhanced.
Selected Audience: Prevention Specialists

MOTIVATIONAL INTERVIEWING
This educational 3 disc DVD includes interactive instructional material and clinical vignettes from mental health, medical, addictions, and correction settings. Following each vignette, material is discussed in the context of the core principals and skills of motivational interviewing. Each DVD is 60 minutes in length.(2009)
Selected Audience: Counseling or treatment centers/mental health professionals

MOTIVATIONAL INTERVIEWING PROFESSIONAL TRAINING 1998
This DVD reviews the background and current directions of motivational interviewing, exploring its essential theoretical and conceptual underpinnings, and discussing its five basic principles. This is by no means a comprehensive introduction to set the context for demonstration of
Selected Audience: TREATMENT PROFESSIONALS