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The Invitation to Change: A Short Guide is a practical guide to the 9 core topics of the Invitation to Change Approach, the helping approach at the core of everything we do.

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Hannah Duncanson

Research Assistant and Data Analyst

Hannah is a Research Assistant and Data Analyst at CMC: Foundation for Change. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from The George Washington University and is currently pursuing her Master’s in Psychology at the New School for Social Research. Her role at CMC:FFC involves organizing and conducting analysis on the data collected from the various training programs offered by the foundation.

Her responsibilities include organizing the data and running analyses to extract meaningful insights. This data could include information on program effectiveness, participant feedback, and other relevant metrics. By studying the data, Hannah helps the CMC:FFC team gain a better understanding of how their programs impact families and identifies areas for improvement.

Hannah’s dedication to her work stems from her genuine passion for making a positive impact on the lives of families affected by addiction. Her academic background in Psychology and her ongoing pursuit of a Master’s degree provide her with a solid foundation for conducting data analysis and contributing to the development of effective programs at CMC: Foundation for Change.