Evidence Based Treatment

Evidence based drug treatment at Satori Waters includes programs to implement leading behavioral-change in an accessible, meaningful and motivational way. Satori Waters collaborates with the best researchers, innovative program managers and hundreds of service providers in order to use the most effective research and application models.  A dynamic delivery system allows our clients to enjoy all the resources they need for any treatment or education.

Interactive Journals are a source of motivation for all the participants. A blending of core behavior-change content in combination with targeted questioning help participants to explore risks, needs, strengths, resources and solutions to different problems.

 

The Change Companies® Evidence-based Research

The Change Companies® is committed to the delivery of evidence-based products and services in a cost-effective and flexible manner. We collaborate with leading researchers, innovative program managers and hundreds of service providers to stay on the cutting edge of change research and application models.

Interactive Journaling® is included in SAMHSA’s National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices (NREPP). ( Review NREPP’s summary of this intervention method ). The power of Interactive Journaling® transcends any specific treatment or educational modality. Whether a program focuses on a 12-step approach, cognitive-behavioral therapy, a motivational-enhancement strategy or a combination of change models, our Interactive Journaling® resources offer a simple but dynamic delivery system for the provider of services and each program participant.

The Change Companies®' curricula are designed not only to enable programs to implement leading behavioral-change research, but to do so in a way that is accessible, meaningful and motivational for the program participant. Interactive Journals are created using a highly graphic approach with color on every page and a blending of core behavior-change content in combination with targeted questioning designed to engage participants in exploring risks, needs and skill deficits, as well as strengths, resources and solutions to problem behaviors. In the course of gathering immediate and relevant information related to problems areas, participants can map out where they have been, where they are and where they wish to go.