Brad is a Board-Registered Interventionist and has been helping others begin change for years using his unique method of invitational intervention. Previously a network-affiliate news anchor, Brad's Change Seminars introduce the topic of change to groups across the country.
He is the author of How to Help the One You Love, and an earlier book, How to Change Someone You Love: Four Steps to Help You Help Them, has helped many begin change on their own. His Change Institute offers information and inspiration in an online support group setting at no cost.
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If I can do it – you can too; help someone you care about, love even, take a step to getting better from what ails them. In my non-profit life, I…»
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