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
The Courage to Change Interactive Journaling® System is an evidence-based supervision/case management model developed in collaboration with several United States Probation Offices.
Through the use of this cognitive-behavioral Interactive Journaling® System and interaction with their support team, participants address their individual problem areas based on a criminogenic risk and needs assessment. Implementation is flexible and can be customized based on risk, responsivity and programming needs.
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.