Creators of Interactive Journaling®
Helping over 25 million individuals
Interactive Journaling® is a structured and experiential writing process designed to guide and motivate individuals through the process of behavior change
Our mission is to inspire and guide individuals to make choices each day that lead to healthier and happier lives.
What makes Interactive Journaling® effective
What consumers want are better, happier and more fulfilling lives.
The Change Companies® has a mission of helping people change in positive ways. It starts with recognizing that change is not only possible, it’s inevitable.
A dynamic corporate culture doesn't just happen. It evolves. After 26 years of studying behavior change and assisting over 25 million individuals in improving their lives, a culture emerged at The Change Companies® that combines a sense of purpose with a sense of urgency. The Change Companies® is all about healthy, happy and productive employees. Each individual is encouraged to lead a balanced life: contributing to the good of their community, their family, their neighborhood and the corporate mission.
The path to change is seldom smooth or straight.
James O. Prochaska
The ASAM Criteria: Treatment Criteria for Addictive, Substance-Related, and Co-Occurring Conditions
Completely redesigned and updated from its 2001 edition, The ASAM Criteria applies the newest science in the field of addiction medicine, is compliant with the DSM-5 and incorporates a user-friendly functionality.
New content includes emerging areas of focus, such as gambling and tobacco use disorders, as well as population-specific sections, including working with older adults, persons in safety-sensitive occupations and persons in criminal justice settings.
Motivational Interviewing: Helping People Change
Based on Motivational Interviewing, 3rd Edition, this two-part DVD set provides descriptions and demonstrations of the new four-process method of Motivational Interviewing (MI), a person centered-clinical style for strengthening personal motivation and commitment to change among treatment participants. The DVDs are accompanied by downloadable resources containing a detailed menu with commentary, and annotated transcripts of all 14 interviews.
If you find yourself arguing for change and the client arguing against it - you are in the wrong chair.
William R. Miller