Recorded on March 1, 2022
Hosted by: David Prescott
Guest Speaker: Stephen R. Andrew LCSW, LADC, CCS, CGP
Stephen Andrew has, among other activities, spent decades working with men who perpetrate violence. Far from growing cynical or jaded, he has delved ever further into helping others to become their best selves. His practice focuses on deep empathy, compassion, and love, as well as the role of trust in the lives of people who have mistreated others. At the same time, he is easily one of the most sought out and influential motivational interviewing trainers in the world; one of a handful to whom other trainers turn for ideas and guidance.
This webinar conversation is for you if you want to advance your capacity to connect with clients of all backgrounds.
Stephen R. Andrew LCSW, LADC, CCS, CGP
Consultant and Trainer, Health Education & Training Institute
Stephen R. Andrew LCSW, LADC, CCS, CGP is a consultant, trainer, co-author of Game Plan: A Man’s Guide to Achieving Emotional Fitness, storyteller, and Chief Energizing Officer of Health Education & Training Institute. He maintains a compassion-focused private practice in Portland, Maine (USA) where he also facilitates a variety of men’s, co-ed, couples, and caregiver groups. Stephen has been a member of the International Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT) since 2003 as well as a MIA-STEP (Motivational Interviewing Assessment; Supervisor Tools for Enhancing Proficiency) trainer for the New England ATTC. Stephen has been MITI trained and has over 100 hours of training in Motivational Interviewing. He provides coaching and training domestically and internationally (Singapore, China, Iceland, Holland, Sweden, Poland, Turkey, & UK) for social service agencies, health care providers, substance abuse counselors, criminal justice, and other groups on Motivational Interviewing, addiction, co-occurring disorders, counseling theory, “challenging” adolescents, supervision, ethics for caring services professionals, men’s work, and the power of group work. Stephen also oversees HETI’s MITI Coding and coaching lab.