Casey is the Director of the Institute for Individual and Organizational Change. He has been training on Motivational Interviewing since 2002 and been part of the international Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT) since completing the training with William Miller and Theresa Moyers in 2008. He has provided over 500 trainings to professionals in healthcare, mental health, chemical dependency, juvenile justice, probation, corrections, drug courts, vocational rehabilitation, schools/universities , blind and deaf services, and child welfare.
Rachel is a Lead Trainer for the Institute for Individual and Organizational Change and has been training Motivational Interviewing for two years. Aside from providing a variety of MI trainings in education, mental health, and addictions, she has been the lead trainer for training prison and community corrections staff in Washington State Department of Corrections. Rachel completed her international Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT) training in Krakow, Poland.
Throughout her twenty-five year career with the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation, Kelly has accumulated extensive knowledge around curriculum development, training, and facilitation. She has extensive experience related to organizational, program, and systems development and has served on government committees and boards designed to create efficiency and effectiveness in state government. Kelly’s knowledge of systems includes Vocational Rehabilitation, Employment, Development Disabilities, Centers for Independent Living, Mental Health, Tribal, Education, Department of Social and Health Services, Non-Profit, and Community Organizations. Throughout the years Kelly has been a guest lecturer at the University of Washington and Southern Oregon University.
John is a trainer for the Institute for Individual and Organizational Change and has been training MI in a variety of settings for three years. John completed training and became designated as a MI coder, utilizing the Motivational Interviewing Treatment Integrity (MITI) scale to evaluate and provide tailored feedback to those seeking to improve their MI skills. He is also a Registered Health Coach (RHC), having demonstrated measureably effective use of MI in healthcare settings. Aside from training, John's focus continues to be on the research and fidelity supporting MI. John completed his international Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT) training in Krakow, Poland.
Amy is an Adjunct Trainer for the Institute for Individual and Organizational Change. She has been training Motivational Interviewing for five years and is part of the international Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT) since completing the MINT training in San Diego in 2010. She started training MI as an internal trainer within Washington State’s Division of Vocational Rehabilitation. More recently, Amy worked as the Learning Design Consultant for the Washington Institute for Mental Health Research and Training through Washington State University. She has been an adjunct professor for Webster University’s graduate counseling program and a Career Transition Trainer for Fairchild Air Force Base.