New Directions and Motivational Interviewing
21 years of experience and the future for motivational interviewing

New Directions and Motivational Interviewing <br>21 years of experience and the future for motivational interviewing
Motivational Interviewing
The New Directions in the Study of Alcohol Group (NDSAG) has provided a safe environment where alcohol practitioners, researchers & service managers have explored and debated contemporary challenges in the field since the mid 1970s.
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Our 2012 conference reviews the continuing development of Motivational Interviewing led by one of the original authors: Professor Stephen...
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Event speakers:

Doug Cameron
Doug Cameron is a psychiatrist, a Glasgow graduate in medicine who undertook his postgraduate training at the Crichton Royal, Dumfries where he and Mary Spence ran the first outpatient controlled drinking group in Britain.

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Dr Alasdair Forsyth
Dr Alasdair Forsyth is a Senior Research Fellow (SRF) within the Institute for Society & Social Justice at Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU), and is GCU’s SRF within the Scottish Centre for Crime & Justice Research. 

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Prof Nick Heather PhD
Nick is Emeritus Professor of Alcohol and Other Drug Studies within the Department of Psychology.

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Prof Ray Hodgson
Professor Ray Hodgson has been the Research Director at Alcohol Research UK (formerly the AERC) since 2000. He is probably best known both for his support of research and researchers in the field and for his role in the development of brief interventions and the FAST alcohol screening test.
Prof Stephen Rollnick
Stephen Rollnick is a professor of clinical psychology at Cardiff University. Alongside William R Miller he developed many of the founding principles of motivational interviewing.

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Sue Hudson-Craufurd
Mental Health Specialist/University Lecturer at NHS Lothian.
Rhoda Emlyn-Jones OBE
Rhoda Emlyn-Jones is the Social Services Manager for Cardiff County Council and is a Consultant/ Trainer with Welsh Government (Integrated Family Support Services Initiative).

Prof Keith Humphreys
Keith Humphreys is a Professor (Research) of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, a VA Senior Research Career Scientist and a CHP/PCOR associate.

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