Peer recovery support is a vital component of the recovery process
When: March 4-8th, 2019
Where: The Yellow Rose
1441 N. Delaware Street, Indianapolis Indiana 46202
Time: 8:30 (registration); 9:00am-4:30pm (training)
Cost: $425 (ICAADA Member); $495 (Non-ICAADA member)
MUST ATTEND ALL 5 DAYS – ICAADA’s addiction recovery coach training is a five-day, 30-hour interactive and skill development course designed to provide recovery coaching in a variety of recovery settings. Participants will learn how to promote recovery for people seeking, or in recovery, from alcohol and other drug addiction and how to help remove obstacles and barriers to recovery.
This course offers a comprehensive overview of the purpose, scope, roles and techniques of recovery coaching. Participants will have opportunities to practice recovery coaching skills and increase their awareness of the dimensions and dynamics of the recovery process and the pathways of recovery. This training meets the training requirement for ICAADA’s Certified Addiction Peer Recovery Coach I (CAPRC I) and satisfies 30 hours of the 52-hour training requirement for ICAADA’s Certified Addiction Peer Recovery Coach II (CAPRC II) credential.
- Describe the roles and functions of a peer recovery coach
- List the components, core values and guiding principles of recovery
- Understand stages of recovery
- Identify how to use their own story in recovery coaching
- Build coaching skills to enhance relationships
- Discuss co-occurring disorders and medicated assisted recovery
- Describe stages of change and their recovery applications
- Identify ethical issues in recovery coaching
- Understand spiritual and cultural recovery issues
- Experience wellness planning
- Practice recovery coaching skills
This course is adopted from the Connecticut Community for Addiction Recovery (CCAR) recovery coaching model and is based on the recovery coaching concepts developed by William White.