About me

Brian has worked in the addiction field for over 30 years and is the Client Services Co-Ordinator for a Dublin based Addiction Service. He is involved in counselling, group work, supervision and training. He was a member of the Community Reinforcement Steering Committee upon its launch and was the Community Detoxification Broker for the Ballymun area. Brian completed his Motivational Interviewing for trainers in 1999. He facilitates the M.I Module on the Masters in Addiction Recovery, Trinity College and on the Diploma in Community Drugs Work, U.C.D. and has provided numerous workshops on Addiction related issues. He has served on the board of the Addiction Counsellors of Ireland, is a member of The Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers. an Accredited Addiction Counsellor and an Accredited Clinical Supervisor.

About Me
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Our Trainers

Endeavor to Identify, disseminate and facilitate international best practice by keeping up with the latest global trends, thinking and research.  Expertise is delivered in a safe, confidential platform where participants can explore and develop their practice.  All of our trainers actively use MI in their daily practice.

Why Motivational Interviewing?

Motivational interviewing (MI) is the only standardized, evidence-based approach for facilitating behaviour change.

MI is used in multiple settings around the world, including alcohol and drug rehabilitation, corrections and probation, behavioural health, youth work, medical settings —and of course health care.

The use of MI in health care has been backed by dozens of rigorous studies documenting its value for engaging and assisting clients with difficult lifestyle management and self-care challenges.