While Motivational Interviewing (MI) was originally developed to help substance abusers, it has been found to be helpful in several other ways. Not only when helping with mental health treatment but behavioral health and corporate settings as well. It is a client-centered counseling style and focuses on helping clients change behaviors. Training of Human Service personnel, counselors, and therapists in the Motivational Interviewing technique can be a valuable asset. This course includes the elements, principles, examples of how to conduct Interviews, different ways to use of Motivational Interviewing.