RECOVERY COACHING

Recovery Coaching is accessible and available to ALL.  Whether you want to use for Recovery Coaching for Peer-to-Peer support or in a professional environment, The Recovery Coach Academy can show you how to combine the ART & SCIENCE of Coaching. 

 

If you are open-minded to new learnings & being educated about MANY PATHWAYS in order to make an impact to Recovery then there is something for everyone. 

 

Due to COVID-19 all training is currently online and has been carefully adapted to meet all the certification requirements, as Naetha says “Our online training requires you to be on camera and fully attentive and engaged during the entire training period - this is not your typical zoom training.​

We are excited to support Recovery Coach Academy in bringing the CCAR Recovery Coaching© curriculum to the UK.  Please have a look and learn more by following this link to connect to Naetha and her team here.  In order to best serve future Recovery Coaches, there are limited spaces on the courses, please join the waiting list if you  would like to be part of the Recovery Coaching journey. 

THE  RECOVERY COACH ACADEMY©

The CCAR Recovery Coach Academy© is a 5-day intensive training academy focusing on providing individuals with the skills needed 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 (currently online), the CCAR Recovery Coach Academy© prepares participants by helping them to actively listen,  ask really good questions, and discover and manage their own stuff

CCAR Recovery Coach Academy© participants will:

  • Describe Recovery Coach role and functions

  • List the components, core values and guiding principles of recovery

  • Build skills to enhance relationships

  • Explore many dimensions of recovery and recovery coaching

  • Discover attitudes about self disclosure and sharing your story

  • Understand the stages of recovery

  • Describe the stages of change and their applications

  • Increase their awareness of culture, power and privilege

  • Address ethical and boundaries issues

  • Experience recovery wellness planning

  • Practice newly acquired skills

Introductory price of

£297​

RECOVERY COACHING BASICS: AN INTRODUCTION FOR ALL

A ONE DAY TRAINING DESIGNED TO HELP YOU GAIN A BETTER UNDERSTANDING OF THE RECOVERY PROCESS.

PARTICIPANTS WHO COMPLETE THIS TRAINING WILL:

  • Define and increase fluency in the language of recovery

  • Build capacity to understand, support and advocate for recovery

  • Learn about specific skill sets key to supporting recovery

  • Create a learning community to advance the recognition, acceptance and support of recovery

RECOVERY COACHING & PROFESSIONALISM

Now that recovery coaches are being recognized as having such a profound impact in recovery, many more organizations are looking to hire coaches. Coaches that can easily demonstrate a high level of professionalism may easily assimilate into these new exciting employment opportunities.

PARTICIPANTS WHO COMPLETE THIS TRAINING WILL:

  • Define professionalism as it pertains to recovery coaching;

  • Learn about and develop the various characteristics that a professional possesses;

  • Understand their personal accountabilities in their role as recovery coaches;

  • Learn the importance of the concept “stay in their lane” when it comes to working in a large system, like a hospital, court and/or treatment system;

  • Reexamine the roles of a recovery coach in order to maintain good boundaries when working in professional settings;

  • Have opportunities to practice and demonstrate newly acquired skills.

SPIRITUALITY FOR RECOVERY COACHES

Got Spirituality?  Spirituality is not only a deeply personal subject,  it is often a large component of recovery.  So, how do you guide someone through their own process while managing your own stuff? 

PARTICIPANTS IN THIS COURSE WILL:

  • Define spirituality.

  • Explore personal beliefs and values as it comes to spirituality.

  • Discover how to work with others whose spiritual beliefs may be different than yours.

  • Learn about the tools, resources, and language needed for a recovery coach to address spirituality in a way that is inclusive.

COACHERVISION: RECOVERY COACH OVERSIGHT/SUPERVISION

Recovery coaching is growing as a profession due to its effectiveness in not only helping people find recovery, but staying in recovery. We see coaches deployed in a wide variety of settings and as such, coaches are supervised by a wide range of positions…and not everyone who is overseeing the coaches understands fully the unique nature of the role. In many cases, we see Peer Supervision models as an attempt that does not truly align with the recovery coaching model?

PARTICIPANTS WHO COMPLETE THIS TRAINING WILL:

  • • Define expectations of Recovery Coach oversight
    • Understand the complexity and intricacy of the Recovery Coach role
    • Understand how organizational culture can support a Coachervision model
    • Learn the importance of accountability for both the Coachervisor and Recovery Coach
    • How to support Recovery Coaches in professional settings

ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR RECOVERY COACHES

Ethics trainings are not all created equal.  Recovery Coaches need an understanding of ethics that differs from those of clinicians due to their unique role while guiding someone through their own recovery process.

PARTICIPANTS WHO COMPLETE THIS TRAINING 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 every day work as a RC

RECOVERY COACHING IN THE EMERGENCY ROOM

Emergency Departments now recognize that Recovery Coaches can make a difference in this high paced setting by connecting those that are present in the ED to pathways of recovery that can be sustained in the long term

PARTICIPANTS WHO COMPLETE THIS TRAINING WILL:

  • Describe the roles and functions of the Recovery Coach working in the Emergency Department;

  • Understand and practice staying in your lane;

  • Develop skills to advocate and educate staff, patients, etc.  as a way to demonstrate accountability within the role;

  • Use of Motivational Interviewing (MI) to bring people through the stages of change into Recovery;

  • Further develop your art of Recovery Coaching.

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