We Help the People Who Help People!


Our clients are people and organizations that want to increase their ability to function under stressful conditions and ensure their espoused values are their values in use!

The 3As origins…

AWARENESS – that there is a problem is the first step. We conduct assessments, deliver presentations, and workshops to identify stressors, and trauma faced individually and organizationally.

ACQUISITION – Acquisition of knowledge concerning the problem. After we know where we are we now need to know how to move forward, the next step is to provide the tools needed for sustainable change.

APPLICATION – The last step in our process consists of providing ongoing coaching in applying the newly acquired knowledge. in this step we use relationships and opportunities not presentations to achieve results.

Did You Know?

In October 2019, the World Health Organization sent out a shocking press release that not many people read or even knew about.
This press release stated: “Mental disorders affect one in four people. Treatment is available but not being used. One in four people in the world will be affected by mental or neurological disorders at some point in their lives. Around 450 million people currently suffer from such conditions, placing mental disorders among the leading causes of ill-health and disability worldwide.”

Organizations are only as healthy as the people working in them. This is why we specialize in guided self-care, self-compassion, trust leadership and conflict resolution. Helath and wellness of the people followed by strategic transformation of culture and climate.

The 3As

Since we specialize in transformational change for individuals and organizations we needed a framework that would work for both. By combining the expertise of our original partners; project management with Darryl E. Allen, behavioral wellness with Dr. H. Jean Wright II, and restorative practices with Cliff Wright Jr the trio settled on the cognitive behavioral change method discussed in Dr. H. Jean Wright II’s book entitled “Find Strength in Your Struggle: Discover the Miracle in You”.

Over the past three years, the 3A framework has allowed us to build relationships with our clients by accomplishing the following three things. First, it allows us to enhance organizational best practices and the individual’s views of their role in society. Second, we are able to lead transformation efforts when conflict is identified or equip individuals and teams for when it appears. Lastly, we are able to teach people how to continuously practice restoration efforts not only for the organization but for themselves.

Billions of people are dealing with behavioral health issues every day. You cannot have a healthy organization that is diverse, equitable, inclusive, and where people feel like they belong and have access to what they need if the people in that organization are not intentionally focusing on multiple aspects of overall behavioral wellness.