The Robbins-Madanes Center for Strategic Intervention is dedicated to promoting greater harmony and effectiveness in social systems ranging from families to corporations, and to government and nongovernmental organizations.

Anthony Robbins and Cloé Madanes have joined forces in their effort to find solutions to interpersonal conflicts, to prevent violence and to contribute to the creation of a more cohesive and civil community. Their vision is to develop the field of Strategic Intervention integrating elements from a variety of social science, business and political perspectives, in order to form a unified field of strategic practice. A Strategic Interventionist navigates a variety of scenarios ranging from individual problems to those of the family, the peer group, the organization and the larger social system. The basic tenet is that individuals, relationships, organizations and community can be directed toward positive change through the strategic planning of skillful interventions. The field of Strategic Intervention will encompass: human needs psychology, strategic therapy, social action therapy, direct and indirect negotiation, the third side, Ericksonian therapy, structural family therapy, life-cycle theory of business organization, mediation and conflict resolution techniques, organizational psychology and community organization.