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Preliminary Consultation/Needs Assessment

We find it most effective to start the process with an onsite, preliminary consultation with your administrative, clinical, frontline, and marketing staffs.

We discuss and assess your organization’s culture, current programming, strengths, and needs, so as to design the ideal, customized training and consultation package or your facility.

If an onsite visit is not practical, the assessment can be conducted via conference call and/or videoconferencing.


The design of the onsite consultation/training is specific to each facility or program.

ARISE® Consultants in collaboration with facility executives, and when appropriate, principals, determine the details of the program.

Training methods include didactics, interactive discussion, clinical case examples, role-play, videos, and experiential exercises.

Post Consultation Review and Certification

The executives and consultants meet approximately 10 – 20 weeks after the consultation/training to review the process and determine readiness for ARISE® Certification.

Maintaining Certification
  • Maintain a standard of excellence in both quality of care and comprehensive care for clients and families
  • Maintain on-going data related to goals and objectives
  • Have updated training to improve and maintain goals and objectives
  • Maintain regular communication with ARISE® Facility Coordinator
  • Uphold the principles and ethics of the ARISE® philosophy
  • Pay annual ARISE® Certified Facility or Program dues from the beginning of the first calendar year after certification
  • ARISE® Certified Facilities and Programs obtaining certification through Certified ARISE® Interventionists (CAIs) must maintain 40% of service providers as CAIs meeting all CAI recertification requirements



To talk with someone about setting up an ARISE® Training and/or Consultation at your facility, please contact us at: or call (714) 809-8370. Click here to download our consulting pamphlet.