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
Recovery Coaching Basics
Sub Title
403056-RCB-WA
Session Type
Single Session
Year Code
2020-2021
Equivalent
No
Max # of Awards
7
Min # of Awards
7
Activity Code
CART-21-101-004
Topic  
101 Recovery Coaching Basics
Subject Area
[Active Listening], [Art and Science of Recovery Coaching], [Art of RC], [Coaching], [Communication Skills], [Recovery Capital], [Recovery Coach Roles], [Recovery Coaching], [Recovery Language], [Science of RC], [Spectrum of attitudes], [Stages of Change], [Stages of Recovery]
Target Audience
[Community Members], [Family Members], [Friends/Allies]
Class Status
CLOSED
Experience Level
Assessment Area

Other Notes

This educational program is approved by NAADAC #195293

Please Note: Some certification boards may not accept virtual/online trainings towards certification. As CCAR is not able to reach out to individual boards, that responsibility is up to the individual participant.

For additional information regarding this training contact:  Jim Leingang at 360.888.0226; or harmonyrss@gmail.com 

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Description
This training is based on our flagship training, the Recovery Coach Academy (RCA). This curriculum provides a basic, introductory version of Recovery Coaching in order to meet the needs of those who want a general understanding of the recovery process to better understand and support the recovery of their loved ones, friends, and colleagues. Although we believe our five day curriculum is the preferred vehicle to learn about this very important role, we do realize that not everyone has the desire to become a recovery coach or the amount of time need for that type of endeavor. Our hope is that many of your questions about recovery and the recovery process will be answered. Much like the journey of recovery, this training provides you with an emotionally rich experience, combined with skills and techniques for real life application. Whether you use it to improve your relationships with those in or seeking recovery, or apply it to your own recovery… you will be transformed.
Objectives
Define and increase fluency in the language of recoveryBuild capacity to understand, support and advocate for recoveryLearn about specific skill sets key to supporting recoveryCreate a learning community to advance the recognition, acceptance and support of recovery
Schedule(s):
DateStart TimeEnd TimeLocationAddressRoomInstructor
01/19/20218:00AM3:30PMA Virtual Classroom  James Leingang