Training

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Recovery Coach Training.  

Training involves 30 hours of intensive classroom instruction, based on the CCAR model, which focuses on providing individuals with the skills need to guide, mentor and support anyone who would like to enter into or sustain long-term recovery from an addiction.

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• Defining the roles and functions of the Recovery Coach
• Defining the components, core values and guiding principles of recovery
• Skill building to enhance relationships
• Exploring the many dimensions of recovery and recovery coaching
• Discovering attitudes about self disclosure and sharing your story
• Understanding the stages of recovery
• Describing the stages of change and their applications
• Increasing their awareness of culture, power and privilege
• Addressing ethical and boundaries issues
• Experiencing the recovery wellness planning
• Practicing newly acquired skills in a one-to-one and group session

Spirituality for Recovery Coaches

CCAR is thrilled to announce a new training program as a supplement to our nationally recognized Recovery Coaches Academy, entitled. Spirituality for Recovery Coaches. While training the RCA, CCAR has been gathering feedback and making plans to offer additional training opportunities for Recovery Coaches. Deciding on which topics to cover for follow-up trainings has been difficult. As the role of the recovery coach begins to take shape across the country, it became evident to us that recovery coaches need to would like to know more about themselves before fully supporting and mentoring someone else.

The purpose of this session is to help you as a recovery coach understand what spirituality is and how you would help someone in their own process of discovering spirituality. This two day course will help you explore your own beliefs and values as it comes to spirituality. This training will provide you with the tools and resources needed as a recovery coach so you can speak about spirituality in a way that is accepting of others.

Just like the RCA, this training is going to challenge you in a way that helps to promote your own understanding of spirituality. We believe that spirituality plays a large part in recovery and hope that by completing this course, you will be able to help those you serve understand, accept and embrace spirituality for themselves.

Ethical Considerations in Recovery Coaching:  

Recovery coaching as a peer-to-peer recovery support services has grown exponentially over the past four years. Over 2000 coaches have been trained using the CCAR Recovery Coach Academy alone. The issue of ethical consideration has been discussed in many circles yet formal training has been lacking. This two day training addresses this critical need. Using presentations, small group work, role play and a decision making matrix many areas will be addressed including: defining the coaching service role and functions, coaching standards, issues of vulnerability, ethical decision making, performance enhancement and legal issues.

Learning Objectives:

Participants will:

  • Understand what ethics are and why ethics are so important when performing Recovery Coach Services
  • Learn how to stay in your lane as a recovery coach
  • Understand the decision making process
  • Develop guidelines for making ethical decisions
  • Apply the new learning to your everyday work as an RC

 

MATS/MSR for Recovery Coaches

Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) and Medication Supported Recovery (MSR) can be important components of addiction treatment modalities and recovery pathways.

CCAR and Meaningful Trainings have developed a training that provides those working in this field the opportunity to understand and explore the concepts and realities of MAT as both a component of addiction treatment and a contributor to sustainable recovery.

The opportunity for those seeking recovery to craft a sustainable pathway that includes medication assistance can be enhanced with the support of a Recovery Coach. It is the goal of this training to offer peer professionals an opportunity to understand the history, concepts and varieties of MAT, as well as to explore their own perspective, biases and actions in support of recovery pathways that include a medication component.

Who should attend Recovery Coach Training?

Anyone interested in the recovery field.

1. CASAC
2. Healthcare Professionals
3. Sponsors
4. Mental Health Professionals
5. Those in Recovery