Created for Professional Coaches and others with Coaching skills seeking a Specialty in Addiction Recovery, including Counselors, Therapists, and Managers who want to serve a growing client base and:
Certified Professional Recovery Coach Training (CPRC) is an 80 hour program made up of 4 Modules:
Neuroscience of Joyful Recovery:
Learn the effects of addiction on the brain and discover the foundational role that joy plays in recovery and how lasting, joyful connections are vital to the recovery process.
Professional Recovery Coach Competencies Part 1:
Learn the role of the Professional Recovery Coach along with the desired skills, traits and competencies needed for success in the coaching relationship.
Professional Recovery Coach Competencies Part 2:
Learn tools for eliciting client motivation and helping clients to correct discrepancies in their thinking and beliefs. These modules also cover special issues in working with families as well as ethical issues that are commonly addressed in Professional Recovery Coaching.
Family Issues in Recovery: Releasing the Authentic Self
Takes the blinders off and provides tools to identify and help clients resolve limiting beliefs and behavior patterns. Insight is given into the alcoholic, the codependent, the adult child of alcoholics (ACOA), and families-of-origin touched by addiction. This 20-hour module includes practical ways to help clients to reset family patterns and current challenges.
80 Hour Program – Self Paced - 4 Components - $2397.00
NEUROSCIENCE OF JOYFUL RECOVERY:
The Power of a Joyful Connection
Recent advances in neuroscience are demonstrating the relational nature of the brain, and the essential role that joy plays in healthy development of the infant and adult brain. These advances describe the effects of addiction on the brain as well as the foundational role that joy plays in recovery.
The experience of joy in the context of relationships powerfully shapes the ways in which the brain is organized and structured. Joy provides the foundation the brain needs to learn how to regulate emotions, pain, pleasure and essential neurotransmitters effectively. Joy is also needed for the brain to develop secure attachments with others throughout life. Joy is the foundation for healthy relationships, emotional regulation and prevention.
In Neuroscience of Joyful Recovery: The Power of a Joyful Connection, you will learn:
- How to establish deep and lasting rapport with your clients
- The effects of addiction on the neuroscience of the brain
- A language in relation to defining joy and defining shame so your clients better understand their choices
- The connection between addiction and trauma
- To help your clients identify triggers and cravings that lead to relapse
- Quieting exercises you can use with your clients
- A structure and checklist to work with your clients in the most effective way
In Professional Recovery Coach Competencies you will learn:
- The skills and competencies of an effective Professional Recovery Coach
- The components and delivery style of Strengths-Based Professional Recovery Coaching
- The most prevalent barriers to recovery
- How to engage clients from a variety of cultural backgrounds
- To apply Stages of Change principles and Motivational Interviewing techniques
- Solution-focused questioning along with effective feedback and probing
- Professional Boundaries, Ethical and Legal Issues
- How to work with families of addicted persons
PROFESSIONAL RECOVERY COACH COMPETENCIES:
Tools & Techniques for Positive Change
Part 1 & Part 2
40 Hours - 2 Modules
This Course covers the overall dynamics of Professional Recovery Coaching as a Strengths-Based System for changing addictive behavior. It defines the field and provides instruction on how to coach using the Whole Life Recovery concept. It provides strategies on how to establish the coaching relationship and what Core Competencies are required for a Professional Recovery Coach.
FAMILY ISSUES IN RECOVERY:
Releasing the Authentic Self
Discover why “Addiction is not a spectator sport; eventually the whole family gets to play.” Coaches, counselors, teachers, other helping professionals and even family members will learn to view the family affected by addiction as a whole unit with useless strategies trying to cope with the distress and pain of living with active addiction. Identifying patterns of bonding, boundaries, rules, roles and rituals within the coaching relationship can release tremendous insight and bring hope and healing. People who grew up in alcoholic or addicted homes can become resourceful, contributing adults. Self-Discovery is the key for many people to move from struggling in recovery to thriving. Understanding “where we came from” often holds the promise of positive change and recovered possibilities..
In Family Issues in Recovery, you will learn:
- The Family Legacy of multigenerational addiction
- The critical role of relational (personal) needs in the context of our family of origin
- Four major rules of dysfunctional families and how to interact as a supportive coach to families
- Seven major roles that make up an intricate coping structure within addicted families and the goal of each role.
- Four main categories of characteristics of Adult Children of Alcoholics (ACoAs)
- To recognize personal Codependency issues and implications for professional effectiveness
- The Codependency Cycle and its relevance in the Recovery Coaching process.
- How to use Self Discovery Worksheets to identify Family Issues and Recovery goals.