A Collaborative Effort with Correctional Management Institute of Texas (CMIT) & members of Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT), bring you
An Intense Two-Phase Training for Juvenile and Adult Probation Officers and Parole Officers
The Correctional Management Institute of Texas in collaboration with members of Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT), is pleased to announce the upcoming Motivational Interview Training Academy (MITA), which will begin September 2015.
MITA, previously a three-phase training for juvenile and adult probation officers, is now offered as an intense two-phase training (three days each with a three month intersession) delivered by three MINT Certified Instructors, Greg Sumpter (Tarrant County Juvenile Services), Susan Orendac (Harris County Juvenile Services) and Mark Asteris (Jefferson County CSCD). This is an incredible training opportunity and value for staff and jurisdictions interested in implementing, strengthening, and sustaining motivational interviewing. Participants who complete MITA are able to provide training within their jurisdiction with the implementation of motivational interviewing.
Both Phase One and Phase Two are scheduled at the George J. Beto Criminal Justice Center at Sam Houston State University. During the three month intersession, participants will be have the ability to submit four Motivational Interviewing tapes for coding and coaching feedback.
The three month intersession will include the ability for participants to submit four Motivational Interviewing tapes for coding and coaching feedback. The three month intersession will include submission of four Motivational Interviewing tapes for coding and coaching feedback.
Phase One: September 14 - 16, 2015 | Phase Two: January 20 - 22, 2016
Intersession will include the ability to send in 4 audio tapes for coding, feedback, and coaching.
Fee: $850 - includes all training, materials, feedback and coaching.
Lunches are included during the two residential phases.
For more information about MITA or to view upcoming training opportunities,
please visit www.cmitonline.org.
Program Contact: Michaelanne Teeters (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call (936) 294-1701.
Interested individuals can apply at www.cmitonline.org.
Deadline for applications is November 10, 2014.