Motivational Interviewing (MI) is a style for holding conversations with people that serves to help them find their own motivation and solutions for behavior change. As an intervention, MI is goal-oriented and person-centered – it draws deeply upon active or reflective listening skills and at the same time goes beyond, by focusing, gathering change talk and often quickly guiding people into change plans. JSAT staff have been involved in the Motivational Interviewing Network Trainers (MINT) Association since 1992. During this period we have been involved in a great many MI training, coding and coaching enterprises and published several journal articles and one book on topic related to MI in corrections. Consequently we are endorsed as a leader in implementing MI on the National Institute of Corrections website.