Revive Recovery Coach Bootcamp, 45 High St., Monday, 23. March 2020

Training Loaction: Welcoming Light, 45 High St. Nashua, NH 03060

Please Note: The entire training track includes:

Recovery Coach Academy (5 days) *March 23-27
Ethics for Recovery Support Workers (2 days) March 30 & 31
HIV Prevention (1 day) April 1
SOS ******* Prevention (1 day) April 2
Motivational Interviewing Basics (1 day) April 3

***Please only sign up under the first date (March 23rd)!!!!***

If you are looking to register for an individual training or selected trainings, please contact Jess @ .
The CCAR Recovery Coach Academy©-March 23-27
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, the CCAR Recovery Coach Academy© prepares participants by teaching them active listening skills, to ask engaging questions, and discovering and managing their own set of problems.
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

Ethical Considerations for Recovery Support Workers: March 30 &31
Participants 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 an Recovery Coach

HIV & Other Transmittable Diseases for Recovery Support Workers: April 1
This one-day training is geared towards recovery coaches and substance abuse professionals and will provide participants with basic and updated information about HIV/AIDS and other STDs. This includes risk factors, modes of transmission, signs and symptoms, prevention, the relationship between HIV and stigma. This training will explore the relationship between substance use and HIV/AIDs as well as the correlation between mental health and HIV/AIDS. Additionally, this training will emphasize the benefits of counseling clients on the benefits of HIV testing.
Goals & Objectives, Participants will:

Increase foundational knowledge about HIV/AIDS
Describe how HIV is transmitted
Increase knowledge around signs and symptoms of HIV/AIDs
Explain the process and benefits of HIV testing.
Describe techniques for teaching harm reduction strategies to people who have co-occurring mental health conditions
Demonstrate how to assess a client’s risk for acquiring HIV/AIDS
Increase knowledge level about HIV/AIDS prevention
Explain the correlation between mental health and HIV/AIDS
Increase ability to discuss the inter-relationship of HIV and other STDs
Increase knowledge around relationship between HIV/AIDS and Substance Users
Explain the process and benefits of HIV testing

Demonstrate how to counsel a person from a recovery support worker role

SOS ******* Prevention: April 2
This presentation primarily focuses on the non-clinical role of ******* prevention in health care and recovery workers and provides real time ******* prevention efforts and methods. This training will provide an overview of mental health, mental illness, and its relationship to *******. It will address risk factors to identify. This training also covers the relationship between substance use and *******. Participants will learn what ******* is and what ******* prevention looks like. Participants will learn crisis response protocol and how to navigate a discussion around *******. This training will discuss the roles of a recovery coach and ******* prevention versus the roles of a clinician. This training will also discuss post-vention support. 
          Objectives of this training:

Learn the definition of ******* and what it looks like in real time
Understanding ambivalence
Gain a strong understanding of mental health versus mental illness
Learn to recognize and understand risk factors and protective factors
Understanding substance use and mental health and how they relate to ******* prevention
Skills for intervening with individuals at risk and connecting them with appropriate resources
Review of best practices about restricting access to lethal means and safe messaging
Discussion of community resources
Identifying and engaging in conversations with people at risk

Motivational Interviewing Basics: April 3

Describe three aspects of the spitit of motivational interviewing
Explain the difference bertween MI and client-centered care
Recognize the ability to respond to clinets with ampathic reflective statements
Identify chnage talk with client speech
Recognize open questions designed to elicit change talk
Provide an empathic summary statement collecting change talk
Describe a procedure to screen potential counselors for empathetic skill

Trainers: Elizabeth Atwood, Jess Parnell, Priscilla Matos, Djemi Lazarre & Teressa Corbit.

Monday, 23. March 2020, 45 High St., Revive Recovery Coach Bootcamp

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