Motivational Interviewing Supervision Strategies
Supervision is, in essence, about behavior change, helping employees integrate new skills and do things differently. This workshop will help supervisors leverage skills in Motivational Interviewing to guide employees to make changes to improve performance and service quality.
Friday, February 12, 2021, 9:00 AM—4:00 PM
Motivational Interviewing Supervision Strategies- Suzy Langevin, LICSW, LADC I
Suzy Langevin, LICSW, LADC I, Director of Training and Professional Development at Open Sky Community Services, is committed to making the best evidence-based tools and supports available to both Open Sky employees and the broader community through the Bridge Training Institute.
Ms Langevin has presented regionally and nationally on implementing evidence-based treatment modalities, including the Stephanie Moulton Symposium, NAADAC Webinar Series, and the Massachusetts Psychiatric Rehabilitation Collaborative Annual Conference.
She has extensive training and fidelity coding experience in Motivational Interviewing, and is a member of the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT). Ms. Langevin also serves on a number of substance use related community groups, including the Regional Response to Recovery Partnership and the Central MA Substance Addiction Association.
Ms. Langevin has been with Open Sky for almost 10 years. Prior to taking of her current role, she served as Director of Dual Diagnosis Services, where she developed a model for services for co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders. She also previously worked to implement and supervise the provision of Illness Management and Recovery (IMR) services across adult and adolescent treatment settings and the development and opening of The Bridge Counseling Center, Open Sky’s outpatient division. In 2014, Ms. Langevin was awarded the ABH Excellence in Outcomes Award as a member of the CR for PTSD group. In addition to her work at Open Sky, Ms. Langevin has experience in a diverse range of settings, including emergency mental health, juvenile justice, residential treatment and hospital inpatient care.