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NOVEMBER Google Chat



Google Chat with Dr. Christine Fiore
  • November 30 at noon

On 11/26 Dr. Fiore sent out an invitation to participate in the Google Chat.  If you did not get the invitation, email her at .


Directions to Register for Google Chat


  1. Go to .
  2. If you have not signed up for the Google Chat, you will need to click on Sign in and apply for membership or contact the owner so that you can register.
  3. Once you click on the Sign in and apply for membership or contact the owner, you will need to go to the middle of the right side of the screen and click on Create an account now.
  4. Complete the form to create your Google account.
  5. You will then be registered and able to access the Google Chat.

Based on Dr. Fiore’s email, it is my understanding that she will then contact you with more information and instructions.  If you have further questions, please email her at


Bio for Dr. Fiore

Dr. Christine Fiore

Christine Fiore, Ph.D. is a Professor of Psychology at the University of Montana. She earned her doctorate in clinical psychology at the University of Rhode Island in 1990 under the tutelage of Drs. Joe Rossi and James Prochaska.  Her dissertation focused on the application of the Transtheoretical Model of Behavior Change on adolescent delinquent behavior.  Since then Dr. Fiore’s research interests have focused on application and translation of this health behavior model to understanding stay-leave decision-making for women in violent relationships, diabetes, and psychotherapy change.  Dr. Fiore is a trainer for Motivational Interviewing since being trained by Drs. Miller and Rollnick in 1999. Additionally, she also has interests and training in Childhood Disruptive Behavior Disorders, and Attachment and Trauma treatments. She teaches Clinical Interviewing, Family Therapy, The Psychology of Family Violence and supervises graduate students in Clinical Practicum.  Dr. Fiore also maintains a small private practice.

Through training in Motivational Interviewing, adult educators will learn the necessary skills for building relationships that are essential in maintaining student persistence in adult education programs.