Peer services are a valuable asset to recovery. Receive training to help coach individuals seeking recovery or in active addiction through your shared experience.
|When:||November 12-16th, 2018|
|Where:||MHAI Yellow Rose|
|1441 N. Delaware Street|
|Indianapolis, IN 46202|
|Time:||8:30-9:00 AM Registration|
|9:00-4:30 PM Training|
|Cost:||$495 (Non-ICAADA members)|
|$425 (ICAADA members)|
The Certified Addiction Peer Recovery Coach Training Course is a five-day, thirty-hour interactive knowledge and skill development training designed for those desiring 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. Participants will be expected to attend all five days of this training.
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 to explore the roles associated with recovery coaching: resource broker, role model and mentor, motivator, problem solver, advocate, organizer and lifestyle consultant. Participants will also learn that a recovery coach is not a sponsor, counselor, nurse/doctor or clergy.
This training satisfies thirty (30) hours of the fifty-two (52) hour training requirement for ICAADA’s Certified Addiction Peer Recovery Coach credential. In addition to ICAADA CEUs, this training is approved for CEUs from the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency.
Learning Objectives for the Addiction Recovery Coach Training
• 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.