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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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Training Feedback

Scroll to view how participants rate our trainings and to read some of their thoughts on the experience! The results below reflect all survey data collected from 2017-2021, including over 750 responses.


Overall, 90.3% of participants were satisfied or very satisfied with the training experience.

"The training you provide is genuinely useful and needed. I am proud to have been a part of learning the materials and taught by your team. You have all been awesome to work with. Helpful and knowledgeable."

Chelsea G.

Overall, 95.6% of participants would recommend this workshop to others.

"The compassionate, safe environment set the stage, the experiential aspects were helpful as I learn by doing and know I’ll recall these experiences."

In-house Training (Family & Professionals)


98.8% of participants agree that the instructors were knowledgeable about the subject matter.

"Staff are professionals easy to follow their presentation and well planned."

Antoinette (Family & Friends Training)

97.8% of participants agree that the instructors were receptive to comments and questions.

"I love how compassionate and patient this technique is. Ken's energy & demeanor makes it easy to stay engaged and follow, and to be brave in sharing ideas."

Paraprofessional Training

Practical Application

91.3% agree that the workshop enhanced their understanding of substance use behavior.

"Nice to have the best of each CRAFT, ITC, MI, and ACT all together to be an even better approach to understanding and learning."

Moms Stop the Harm

87.9% agree that the workshop was relevant to challenges personally faced.

"I felt empowered about how I can shift to help my loved ones or clients."

Paraprofessional Training