Are your patients anxious about COVID? Does fear derail your health conversations? Bring back the focus with these four motivational interviewing approaches.
In this 3-part video series you’ll work through a case study with hosts, Mark Valenti and Brittany Wilson, BSN, to learn how to identify strategies to help patients stay on track to be their best.
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Expressing Empathy and Promoting Partnership
Softening Sustain Talk
Cultivating Change Talk
About Mark Valenti
Mark Valenti enjoys disrupting the status quo. His nontraditional career path includes work with the National Board of Medical Examiners’ China Health Coach Program and with Australia’s Flinders University and their innovative approach to patient chronic condition self-management. His approach is a mash-up of health systems management, behavioral design, continuous quality improvement, and patient activation.
Mark teaches a unique curriculum that includes provocative topics such as Apologize (or Don’t), Accepting Ambiguity, and Perfection Paralysis. His life mission is to help others uncover their intrinsic motivation to reach their goals.
About Brittany Wilson, BSN
Brittany Wilson, BSN has experience in critical care medicine, interventional telemetry, home care, and care management. She has experience partnering with primary care offices to simplify their processes.
She coaches providers in real time on the front line as they communicate with patients, providing mentorship and guidance through a Motivational Interviewing lens. She has experience with curriculum design and delivery around topics such as Emotional Intelligence, Health Literacy, and the Speed of Trust.