Motivational Interviewing: Core Skills eBook

Durable Change Through Intrinsic Motivation By Mark M. Lowis, LMSW, MINT.


Certification for Evidence-Based Practitioners (CEBP)

When working with human subjects, the use of unproven approaches is not acceptable. Make a commitment to be evidence-based at what you do. As professionals, we must be applying skills proven to;

  • Produce desired outcomes 
  • Minimize patient relapse, and eliminate re-admissions and re-incarcerations through effective discharge
  • Cut costs and redeploy resources efficiently
  • Strengthen our capacity to confidently practice

It is relatively easy to be evidence-based if you want to. One could say, it can be harder to not be!



On-Demand Evidence-Based Training: Webcast Season 1

Take a deep dive into evidence-based learning with our webcast series package #1. Almost 20 hours of training are included plus earn 18 CU credits upon completion. Save $105 when you purchase Season 1, an evidence-based webcast training bundle.