August 1, 2024

8:30AM - 4:30PM Pacific Time

Virtual Fidelity Coaching Certification for Interactive Journaling®

About the event

This one-day virtual training helps coaches guide staff towards optimal implementation of Interactive Journaling® curriculum. It covers the six domains of the Fidelity Tool, how to measure performance, and the fundamentals of coaching skills. Coaches will practice strategies for observing staff, providing feedback, building positive relationships and supporting staff with confidence.

Complete the two-day training, Evidence-based Facilitation Skills for Interactive Journaling® prior to attending this training
Facilitate Interactive Journaling® sessions prior to attending this training (this can take place after attending the two-day training)

The following criteria are not mandatory, but can increase your likelihood of success as a coach:
2+ years in the field
Leadership skills, including as a clinical supervisor, lead counselor, or quality improvement specialist
Training in motivational interviewing (an introductory training is available on the Fidelity Platform)
Willingness to renew your certification every 12 months at a booster training, and engage regularly with the Fidelity Coach community

Training Units:
Unit 1: Introduction
Unit 2: Fidelity Tool Review
Unit 3: Fidelity Measurement and Performance
Unit 4: Fundamentals of Fidelity Coaching

Training Includes:
Virtual Training Workbook
Exclusive access to live events with master trainers
Access to a peer-to-peer coaching community
Access to regular updates on best practices

*If you are in the state of California and need STC credits, please contact us at 1-888-889-8866

About the Trainer

Karen Hellman. MA. LISAC, MAC has over 27 years of experience in addiction treatment, corrections, and administration in a variety of roles. In 1993, she graduated with a BA in Psychology from Hunter College, then continued her education obtaining a MA in Forensic Psychology from John Jay College of Criminal Justice in 1996. During her career she has worked in a wide selection of settings including juvenile corrections, community providers, county jail, and adult corrections. Prior to retiring from the Arizona Department of Corrections, Rehabilitation, and Reentry in 2022, she served as the Assistant Director for Inmate Programs and Reentry. In this capacity, Karen oversaw Addiction Treatment, Sex Offender Treatment, Educational Services, Religious Services, Reentry Services, and Community Corrections. She served on a multitude of legislative/governmental workgroups regarding service provision, boards, and commissions.


This event is open to the public. Registration fee is $750.00/person and includes a printable electronic handout and/or an electronic training journal to use as a resource during the training. For more information, please contact: or call 1-775-434-1562

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