Free resource for trainers in MI: The Art of Teaching MI
An old friend from San Francisco, Steve Berg-Smith, put decades of experience as a trainer into this handbook on the spirit and skills involved in working with groups of people to learn MI. There’s even a competency checklist for rating yourself and others in an appendix. Then he gave it away free, and you can download it here.
Free Guidelines: Adventure Games for Young People
My good friend Richard Rutschman from Chicago, USA has kindly given me permission to post these adventure games here, with thanks also to the wonderful Play for Peace organisation (see http://www.playforpeace.org). I helped Richard run some of the games in a very challenged and deprived community in Englewood, South Chicago. Truly life changing they are.
- Experiential activities for Cultural Understanding & Growth. By Richard Rutschman. Written for facilitators. 13 Activities with guidelines and commentary.
- Play for Peace Activities Booklet. 106 different exercises developed in different cultures and countries, with detailed briefing for facilitators.
Motivational Interviewing Trainer Assessment (MITA)
The MITA checklist is available to download: MITA Checklist.pdf