The Change Companies

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We are a national publishing, consulting, training and media company specializing in
Behavior Change
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have assisted over 5,000 organizations in delivering person-centered and outcomes-driven behavior change services.
Helping people make lasting, positive
Life Change

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

Interactive Journaling ® is included in SAMHSA's National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices (NREPP).

The Change Companies® & US Journal Training present:

The 7th Western Conference on Behavioral Health and Addictive Disorders

Our mission is to inspire and guide individuals to make choices each day that lead to healthier and happier lives.

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What makes Interactive Journaling® effective

"The path to change is seldom smooth or straight"
- James O. Prochaska

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.

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What's New

Keep It Direct and Simple

Journal System

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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.