Courses and Training

At Get Into Recovery, we are involved in the development, production and delivery of a range of courses and training for recovery services. Our work is focussed in two specific areas of need:

  • Major public organisations, such as prisons, often struggle to meet internal policy requirements for the justification and management of self-help activities within their organisations. This often leads to a weak or even zero commitment to informal recovery activity such as AA meetings. Our Integrated Step Courses bridge the gap between twelve-step philosophy and the need for structured course material and metrics, as well as the provision of training for staff involved in delivery of the courses.​

  • Recovery Coaching. A Recovery Coach promotes recovery and removes barriers and obstacles to recovery, serving as a personal guide and mentor for people seeking or already in recovery from an addiction to alcohol and or other drugs.

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Integrated Step Courses

These are our intensive, formally structured rehabilitation programmes with the following features:


  • Based on the practices and principles of twelve-step recovery. 

  • Employ established evidence based teaching models.

  • Use recognised therapeutic approaches such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy.

  • Concisely structured for easy monitoring and verification. 

  • Course manuals contain lesson plans, structured client work-packs, PowerPoint presentations, activity maps and group session plans.

  • Courses are supported by a full staff training programme and access to online downloadable training material.

  • Available in two versions – full time, taking up to six-months or a part time reduced intensity three-month course.

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Recovery Coach Training

New Online and Residential Training Services

We are working to support the Recovery Coach Academies in the UK and USA to bring you this fantastic and accredited Recovery Coach Training which could lead to membership of the International Association of Recovery Coach Professionals and will change the landscape of how the recovery message is carried to people in all clinical and community settings.


There are plenty of courses to choose from, currently being delivered online.

  • Recovery Coach Academy © 5-day intensive training

  • Recovery Coaching in the Emergency Department ©

  • Coachervision © Supervision in Coaching

  • Recovery Coaching and Professionalism ©

  • Ethical Considerations for Recovery Coaches ©

  • Recovery Coaching Basics ©