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MI Trainer Presentation

Behavioral Health Therapist
Business Information
Business name:
Rice Lake
Postcode/zip code: 
United States
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About Me

Sean Inderbitzen is a therapist for a community mental health center in Rice Lake, Wisconsin, who uses Motivational Interviewing in his practice with youth and adults. He regularly offers therapy groups to parents of kids who are neurodiverse teaching them a curriculum that is based in the spirit of Motivational Interviewing. In addition, he specializes in working with pervasive developmental disorders (e.g. autism) and adapts motivational interviewing to treat this population. He is pursuing his doctorate at Tulane University School of Social Work, with the intent on conducting research on the effectiveness of Motivational Interviewing on Depression and Anxiety in Autistic Adults. Prior to being a therapist, Sean worked in the field of Vocational Rehabilitation providing employment case management,  and working on grants like Wisconsin Promise. Prior to that, he carried a caseload of developmentally delayed adults working at a group home. Additionally, he regularly lectures at VR Development Group, NASW-WI, and at UWEC Continuing Education department on topics like Autism and Employment, and Treating Autism and Comorbid Psychiatric Conditions providing coaching to clinicians on Autism and comorbid psychiatric conditions. For more information on how to work with Sean visit

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Services offered: 
Introductory Training
Intermediate training
Advanced training
Area of practice: 
mental Health
Organisational Change
Coach Statement

My name is Sean, and I have been in the field of social work both clinically and non-clinically for the past 5 years. I regularly use Motivational Interviewing in a behavioral health setting with kids and adults, with specific attention to autistic youth and adults. I find MI is a great tool for frustrated parents, working with kids who are ambivalent to eating new foods and kids who are unsure about change. Its also great in the vocational rehabilitation field with individuals with disabilities or developmental delays. If you see potential in using MI in one of these ways please reach out to me at

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