Center for Addiction Recovery Training Public Catalog 
 
THIS CLASS IS NOT OPEN FOR ENROLLMENT AT THIS TIME! THE COURSE IS FULL.
Class Details
Activity Name
Ethical Considerations For Recovery Coaches Trainer of Trainers
Sub Title
5301-ETHTOT-MI
Session Type
Multiple Session
Year Code
2019-2020
Equivalent
No
Max # of Awards
0
Min # of Awards
0
Activity Code
CART-20-520-003
Topic  
520 Ethics TOT
Subject Area
[Accountability], [Active Listening], [Art and Science of Recovery Coaching], [Art of RC], [Coaching], [Communication Skills], [Conflict Resolution], [Culture], [Emergency Department], [Ethics], [Organization], [Organizational Culture], [Professionalism], [Recovery Coach Roles], [Recovery Language], [Science of RC], [Spectrum of attitudes], [Spirituality], [Stages of Change], [Stages of Recovery], [Staying in your lane], [Stigma], [Supervision]
Target Audience
[Clinicians], [Community Members], [Family Members], [Friends/Allies], [Peer Specialists], [People in Recovery], [Recovery Coaches], [Recovery Peer Specialists], [Supervisors]
Class Status
CLOSED
Experience Level
Assessment Area

Other Notes

Since this training is strictly a TOT and not eligible for CEUs, the evaluation feature is inactive and not necessary.


Award
CEU
Description
If you have prior training or facilitation experience, you may be interested learning what it takes to train one of our curricula. Time at one of our Train the Trainer (TOT) programs is spent reviewing the curriculum in great detail, taking good care to ensure each participant is comfortable and feels confident to lead the training. Once participants have successfully the TOT program, they will be required to sign an agreement which outlines all the logistics necessary to purchase manuals, register trainings, etc. Trainers are provided with all training materials, slides, videos, etc. We take great pride in providing additional TA and support if necessary. 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. Recovery coaching as a peer-to-peer recovery support services has grown exponentially over the past few years. The issue of ethical considerations has been discussed in many circles yet formal training has been lacking for recovery coaches. This 16 hour training addresses this critical need. Based on the widely used Ethical Guidelines for the Delivery of Peer-based Recovery Support Services by William White and PRO-ACT (2007), we designed this training to help coaches, and anyone else working in the peer role, to understand how critical it is to be ethically responsible. Using presentations, small group work, and role play to address many areas including: defining the coaching service role and functions, coaching standards, issues of vulnerability, ethical decision making, performance enhancement and legal issues. This year we have added an additional half day of training, to allow for more opportunities to practice using relevant scenarios coaches may face on a daily basis.
Objectives
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
Schedule(s):
DateStart TimeEnd TimeLocationAddressRoomInstructor
12/29/20209:00AM2:00PMA Virtual Classroom  Kevin McLaughlin