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6 Easy Steps to Onboard the Online ARTIC for your TIC Assessment

September 9, 2020 / by John Engel, MA

Committing to trauma-informed care is the difficult part. With the Online ARTIC, measuring trauma-informed care is the easy part. Start today with 6 Easy Steps to Onboard the Online ARTIC.

  1. Learn more about Online ARTIC

Visit us at to learn more about the Online ARTIC. While there, you can request a Sample Survey and Report, download the TIC Measurement Series and peer-reviewed ARTIC Scale Journal article , use the
Online ARTIC price calculator, and view our ARTIC FAQ's page.

  1. Contact an ARTIC Consultant today

Request an ARTIC Consultation Call at this link. During the call, an ARTIC Consultant will answer your questions, learn more about your project to identify which ARTIC solution best fits your needs, and offer a demonstration of the results dashboard via screen share.

  1. Purchase the Online ARTIC

We understand payment needs vary across organizations. You can make your purchase via credit card, check or wire transfer. We can also support more complex transactions involving payment orders.

  1. Set up your Online ARTIC study

During a virtual Study Set Up call, an ARTIC Consultant will provide an overview of the Online ARTIC platform, help set up your study, and provide useful tips for effectively administering your study.

  1. Collect data using the Online ARTIC

An ARTIC Consultant will help upload your study participants, schedule the day and time when your first data collection will launch as well as the day and time when your data collection will close, and answer questions along the way.

  1. Review your detailed reports

During a virtual Reporting call, an ARTIC Consultant will preview your reports, offer guidance with interpretation of those results, offer tips for sharing and using report results with leadership and staff, and offer advice about the timing of additional data collection.

Measure what matters, measure trauma-informed care

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John Engel, MA

Written by John Engel, MA

John Engel, Program Coordinator at the Traumatic Stress Institute of Klingberg Family Centers, where he serves as a trainer and consultant for agencies adopting whole-system change to trauma-informed care. John also facilitates strategic change initiatives and product development for TSI, including development and launch of the Online ARTIC Scale. John also leads mindfulness in the workplace initiatives, including design and delivery of a webinar entitled, ‘Mindfulness in the Workplace: Practices for Sustaining Trauma-Informed Care,’ a day-long virtual training event, ‘Mindfulness: The Inner Work of Racial Healing and Trauma-Informed Care, ‘Monthly RC Mindfulness’ pilot and a ‘30-Day RC Mindfulness Challenge.’ John is a Certified Workplace Mindfulness Facilitator (CWMF), is certified in Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR), and has participated in virtual and in-person Mindfulness in the Workplace Summits by Mindful Leader.