Casey is the Director of the Institute for Individual and Organizational Change. He is a lead trainer and has been training on Motivational Interviewing since 2002. Casey been a member 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.
Kelly Franklin, M.Ed
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. Kelly was accepted into the international Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers when she completed her training in Atlanta, Georgia, in 2014.
MS, RD, RHC-III, ACSM-CEP®
John is a Trainer, Coder, Coach, and Consultant at IFIOC. He has been coding and training MI for nearly a decade, utilizing MI in clinics, nursing homes, hospitals, and social work settings. Through both the Motivational Interviewing Treatment Integrity (MITI) manual, and utilizing the tool he co-authored, called the Motivational Interviewing Competency Assessment (MICA), John has coded many hundreds to likely thousands of interactions with these tools. In Krakow, Poland, he graduated training to become a member of the international MI Network of Trainers (MINT) in 2013, contributing to various MINT projects, such as MINT Plus (MI mentoring program) and years with the Professional Development Committee (quality assurance and improvement process for MI trainers across the world). As either a guest lecturer, or as an adjunct faculty member, John has provided training to various allied health students and professionals through Washington State University and Eastern Washington University Washington. Both in his home state of Washington, and traveling around the country, John continues to enjoy helping organizations who focus on helping others take agency and activate alignment of their behaviors with their top priorities.