CCAR Recovery Coach Academy©

DESCRIPTION

The CCAR Recovery Coach Academy© is a 5-day intensive training academy focusing 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 to alcohol or other drugs.  Provided in a retreat like environment, the CCAR Recovery Coach Academy© prepares participants by helping them to actively listen, ask really good questions, and discover and manage their own stuff.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  1. Describe Recovery Coach role and functions
  2. List the components, core values and guiding principles of recovery
  3. Build skills to enhance relationships
  4. Explore many dimensions of recovery and recovery coaching
  5. Discover attitudes about self-disclosure and sharing your story
  6. Understand the stages of recovery
  7. Describe the stages of change and their applications
  8. Increase their awareness of culture, power and privilege
  9. Address ethical and boundaries issues
  10. Experience recovery wellness planning
  11. Practice newly acquired skills

Duration

30 hours

CEU Credits

30

Presented by

MHAI SWD Training Institute

Peer Recovery Ethics

DESCRIPTION

Peer Recovery Ethics is a two-day, interactive discussion around the ethical domains and criteria that peer recovery support professionals should follow to maximize outcomes for the populations the peer service. All participants will learn more about how to maintain ethical standards around the digital media age, boundary management and self-care. Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to maintain appropriate peer recovery ethical standards in the services the peer provides.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  1. Define Ethics and how they relate to peer recovery support services
  2. Understand Peer Recovery Support core competencies
  3. Recognize how culture and bias apply to ethics
  4. Identify processes for ethical decision making
  5. Create strategies for ethical decision making

Duration

Two days (16 hours)

CEU Credits

16

Presented by

Training Institute / IAPRSS


Peer Recovery Ethics – Beyond The Basics

DESCRIPTION

Training for those whom have completed the ICAADA Peer Recovery Ethics two-day training (required). This one day training explores, in more detail, the ethical situations that peer recovery supports experience while providing peer recovery support. Participants will be able to explore professional ethical situations they have experienced and best practices to handle them. Each participant will leave this training with a plan of action to process and create correct plans of actions for ethical concerns.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  1. Define peer recovery ethics and their importance
  2. Outline and understand peer recovery ethical domains
  3. Identify ethical situations and concerns that may arise
  4. Identify processes for ethical decision making
  5. Create strategies for ethical decision making

Duration

Two days (16 hours)

CEU Credits

16

Presented by

Training Institute / IAPRSS


Peer Recovery Support: Ensuring We are at Our Best

DESCRIPTION

Peer Recovery Support: Ensuring we are at our best is a two-hour in-depth discussion based seminar that focuses on the aspects around peer recovery support professionals taking care of themselves to ensure they provide quality services. Several areas are discussed including: self-care, vicarious trauma and sharing your story.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  1. Identify appropriate boundaries
  2. Understand why and how to effectively self-disclose
  3. Learn more about how to support our self-care

Duration

2 hours (120 minutes)

CEU Credits

2

Presented by

IAPRSS


Peer Supervision Training

DESCRIPTION

This two-day interactive training will provide the participant with the knowledge and skills necessary to provide strength-based, supportive supervision for a peer recovery support team. Proper supervision based upon the peer recovery role, and not a clinical approach, is vital to supporting the outcomes of the populations served and the recovery support professional. We encourage every person providing leadership to recovery professionals to attend this course.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  1. Define Peer Recovery Professionals, their role and their ethical responsibilities
  2. Identify how to provide support and education to Peer Recovery Professionals
  3. Identify skills necessary to provide quality and ethical Peer Recovery Professional supervision
  4. Develop plan of action to effectively supervise and support the Peer Recovery Professionals on staff

Duration

6 hours

CEU Credits

6

Presented by

Training Institute / IAPRSS


Adult Mental Health First Aid

DESCRIPTION

Teaches participant how to help someone who is developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis. The training helps participant identify, understand, and respond to signs of addictions and mental illnesses.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  1. Recognize potential risk factors and warning signs for several mental health problems
  2. Use 5-step action plan to assist individuals to connect with professional help
  3. Interpret the prevalence of mental health disorders I the U.S.
  4. Apply knowledge of appropriate resources
  5. Assess their own thoughts and values around mental health disorders

Duration

8 hours

CEU Credits

8

Presented by

MHAI SWD Training Institute


HIV/AIDS Education & Risk Reduction

DESCRIPTION

Training assist addiction professionals in helping their clients identify “high risk” activities/life styles that may increase the risk of exposure to HIV and/or the risk of transmitting HIV to others. The goal of this training is to improve the ability of addiction professionals in a variety of settings to support individuals in making behavior changes that will reduce their risk of acquiring and/or transmitting HIV as well as other health related conditions such as Hepatitis C.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  1. Understanding HIV
  2. Understanding Risk
  3. Understanding AIDS
  4. Understanding Hepatitis C

Duration

6 hours

CEU Credits

6

Presented by

MHAI SWD Training Institute


Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder in a Nutshell

DESCRIPTION

FASD in a Nutshell defines FASD, explains the disorders on the spectrum and symptoms associated with FASD.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  1. Define FASD
  2. Identify disorders on the Spectrum
  3. Recognize Symptoms

Duration

1.5 hours (90 minutes)

CEU Credits

1.5

Presented by

INOFAS

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder 101

DESCRIPTION

FASD 101 is a 6- hour interactive training that defines FASD, explores the effects of prenatal alcohol and offers positive interventions.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  1. Define FASD
  2. Identify disorders on the spectrum
  3. Recognize symptoms
  4. Implement positive strategies

Duration

6 hours

CEU Credits

6

Presented by

INOFAS