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Clinton    TEST 2
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Course # CART-20-102-003  
Subjects # [Coaching], [Communication Skills]
Begin Date: 12/05/2019
Course # CART-20-102-003
Status: OPEN
Type: Face to Face
Location: CART
Time: 7:30AM - 12:00PM

Coachervision - Online    5026-COA-ME - Maine residents only
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?We hope you will join us for what we believe is a model for oversight that resonates most with the role of the coach – aptly named, Coachervision. Based on the concept of “coaching coaches”, this workshop will provide participants with an understanding of how to best support coaches day-to-day and develop coaches for long-term success.
Course # CART-21-300-001  
Subjects # [Communication Skills], [Compassion Fatigue], [Emergency Department], [Leadership], [Organization], [Organizational Culture], [Professionalism], [Self Care], [Supervision], [Time Management]
Begin Date: 01/21/2021
Course # CART-21-300-001
Status: CLOSED
Type: Online
Location: A Virtual Classroom

Coachervision - Online    6177-COA-ME
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?We hope you will join us for what we believe is a model for oversight that resonates most with the role of the coach – aptly named, Coachervision. Based on the concept of “coaching coaches”, this workshop will provide participants with an understanding of how to best support coaches day-to-day and develop coaches for long-term success.
Course # CART-21-300-003  
Subjects # [Communication Skills], [Compassion Fatigue], [Emergency Department], [Leadership], [Organization], [Organizational Culture], [Professionalism], [Self Care], [Supervision], [Time Management]
Begin Date: 01/21/2021
Course # CART-21-300-003
Status: OPEN
Type: Online
Location: A Virtual Classroom

Coachervision - Online    Recovery Coach University
This educational program is approved by NAADAC #195293. 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?We hope you will join us for what we believe is a model for oversight that resonates most with the role of the coach – aptly named, Coachervision. Based on the concept of “coaching coaches”, this workshop will provide participants with an understanding of how to best support coaches day-to-day and develop coaches for long-term success.
Course # CART-21-300-004  
Subjects # [Communication Skills], [Compassion Fatigue], [Emergency Department], [Leadership], [Organization], [Organizational Culture], [Professionalism], [Self Care], [Supervision], [Time Management]
Begin Date: 01/26/2021
Course # CART-21-300-004
Status: OPEN
Type: Online
Location: A Virtual Classroom

Coachervision - Online    5172-COACH-CT
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?We hope you will join us for what we believe is a model for oversight that resonates most with the role of the coach – aptly named, Coachervision. Based on the concept of “coaching coaches”, this workshop will provide participants with an understanding of how to best support coaches day-to-day and develop coaches for long-term success.
Course # CART-21-300-002  
Subjects # [Communication Skills], [Compassion Fatigue], [Emergency Department], [Leadership], [Organization], [Organizational Culture], [Professionalism], [Self Care], [Supervision], [Time Management]
Begin Date: 02/08/2021
Course # CART-21-300-002
Status: OPEN
Type: Online
Location: Virtual Classroom

Coachervision - Online    Finding Jude, Inc. New York
This educational program is approved by NAADAC #195293. 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?We hope you will join us for what we believe is a model for oversight that resonates most with the role of the coach – aptly named, Coachervision. Based on the concept of “coaching coaches”, this workshop will provide participants with an understanding of how to best support coaches day-to-day and develop coaches for long-term success.
Course # CART-21-300-005  
Subjects # [Communication Skills], [Compassion Fatigue], [Emergency Department], [Leadership], [Organization], [Organizational Culture], [Professionalism], [Self Care], [Supervision], [Time Management]
Begin Date: 03/27/2021
Course # CART-21-300-005
Status: OPEN
Type: Online
Location: A Virtual Classroom

Ethical Considerations For Recovery Coaches    4246-ETH-NY
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.
Course # CART-20-200-029  
Subjects # [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]
Begin Date: 11/25/2019
Course # CART-20-200-029
Status: OPEN
Type: Face to Face
Location: Center for Family Life and Recovery
Time: 8:30AM - 5:00PM

Ethical Considerations For Recovery Coaches    4143-ETH-NY
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.
Course # CART-20-200-009  
Subjects # [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]
Begin Date: 12/01/2019
Course # CART-20-200-009
Status: OPEN
Type: Face to Face
Location: Peer 2 Peers
Time: 12:00AM - 12:00AM

Ethical Considerations For Recovery Coaches    4161-ETH-MA
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.
Course # CART-20-200-002  
Subjects # [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]
Begin Date: 12/02/2019
Course # CART-20-200-002
Status: OPEN
Type: Face to Face
Location: Four Points by Sheraton - Ma
Time: 8:30AM - 4:00PM

Ethical Considerations For Recovery Coaches    4138-ETH-NY
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.
Course # CART-20-200-010  
Subjects # [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]
Begin Date: 12/02/2019
Course # CART-20-200-010
Status: OPEN
Type: Face to Face
Location: Prepared Training
Time: 9:00AM - 6:30PM

Ethical Considerations For Recovery Coaches    4140-ETH-MI
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.
Course # CART-20-200-011  
Subjects # [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]
Begin Date: 12/03/2019
Course # CART-20-200-011
Status: OPEN
Type: Face to Face
Location: Skywood Recovery
Time: 9:00AM - 4:00PM

Ethical Considerations For Recovery Coaches    4193-ETH-NY
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.
Course # CART-20-200-012  
Subjects # [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]
Begin Date: 12/07/2019
Course # CART-20-200-012
Status: OPEN
Type: Face to Face
Location: SAMADHI
Time: 8:30AM - 5:30PM

Ethical Considerations For Recovery Coaches    4191-ETH-MD
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.
Course # CART-20-200-022  
Subjects # [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]
Begin Date: 12/07/2019
Course # CART-20-200-022
Status: OPEN
Type: Face to Face
Location: Recovery Network
Time: 8:00AM - 5:00PM

Ethical Considerations For Recovery Coaches    4147-ETH-NY
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.
Course # CART-20-200-004  
Subjects # [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]
Begin Date: 12/09/2019
Course # CART-20-200-004
Status: OPEN
Type: Face to Face
Location: Connections Rounded Recovery
Time: 8:00AM - 5:00PM

Ethical Considerations For Recovery Coaches    4165-ETH-NY
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.
Course # CART-20-200-005  
Subjects # [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]
Begin Date: 12/09/2019
Course # CART-20-200-005
Status: OPEN
Type: Face to Face
Location: Seaway Valley Prevention Council
Time: 8:00AM - 5:00PM

Ethical Considerations For Recovery Coaches    4195-ETH-NY
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.
Course # CART-20-200-015  
Subjects # [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]
Begin Date: 12/11/2019
Course # CART-20-200-015
Status: OPEN
Type: Face to Face
Location: Artisan Works
Time: 9:00AM - 5:00PM

Ethical Considerations For Recovery Coaches    4215-ETH-MD
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.
Course # CART-20-200-023  
Subjects # [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]
Begin Date: 12/14/2019
Course # CART-20-200-023
Status: OPEN
Type: Face to Face
Location: Affiliate Sante Group
Time: 8:30AM - 6:00PM

Ethical Considerations For Recovery Coaches    4247-ETH-MD
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.
Course # CART-20-200-030  
Subjects # [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]
Begin Date: 12/20/2019
Course # CART-20-200-030
Status: OPEN
Type: Face to Face
Location: Tuerk House, Inc.
Time: 8:00AM - 4:00PM

Ethical Considerations For Recovery Coaches    4250-ETH-CT
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.
Course # CART-20-200-031  
Subjects # [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]
Begin Date: 12/21/2019
Course # CART-20-200-031
Status: OPEN
Type: Face to Face
Location: Transformation Training Center
Time: 9:00AM - 6:00PM

Ethical Considerations For Recovery Coaches    4328-ETH-MA
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.
Course # CART-20-200-045  
Subjects # [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]
Begin Date: 02/05/2020
Course # CART-20-200-045
Status: OPEN
Type: Face to Face
Location: Hilton Garden Inn
Time: 9:00AM - 5:00PM

Ethical Considerations For Recovery Coaches    5234 ETH-NH
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.
Course # CART-20-200-152  
Subjects # [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]
Begin Date: 11/09/2020
Course # CART-20-200-152
Status: OPEN
Type: Face to Face
Location: Greater Tilton Area Family Resource
Time: 8:30AM - 5:00PM

Ethical Considerations For Recovery Coaches    403045-ETH-MI
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. This educational program is approved by NAADAC #195293
Course # CART-21-200-010  
Subjects # [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]
Begin Date: 01/18/2021
Course # CART-21-200-010
Status: OPEN
Type: Face to Face
Location: LIve Rite Structured Recovery Corp.
Time: 8:30AM - 5:00PM

Ethical Considerations For Recovery Coaches    5274-ETH-Y
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. This educational program is approved by NAADAC #195293
Course # CART-21-200-009  
Subjects # [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]
Begin Date: 01/20/2021
Course # CART-21-200-009
Status: OPEN
Type: Face to Face
Location: Council of Addiction Recovery Services
Time: 9:00AM - 5:00PM

Ethical Considerations For Recovery Coaches    402734-ETH-NY
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. This educational program is approved by NAADAC #195293
Course # CART-20-200-157  
Subjects # [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]
Begin Date: 01/22/2021
Course # CART-20-200-157
Status: OPEN
Type: Face to Face
Location: THRIVE Recovery Center
Time: 9:30AM - 6:30PM

Ethical Considerations For Recovery Coaches    Helping Other People Through Empowerment (HOPE), Maryland
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. This educational program is approved by NAADAC #195293
Course # CART-21-200-012  
Subjects # [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]
Begin Date: 02/15/2021
Course # CART-21-200-012
Status: OPEN
Type: Face to Face
Location: Helping other people through empowerment (HOPE)
Time: 8:00AM - 4:30PM

Ethical Considerations For Recovery Coaches Online    4949-ETH-Virtual-NY
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.
Course # CART-20-420-057  
Subjects # [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]
Begin Date: 08/24/2020
Course # CART-20-420-057
Status: OPEN
Type: Online
Location: A Virtual Classroom

Ethical Considerations For Recovery Coaches Online    5233-ETH-MI
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.
Course # CART-20-420-093  
Subjects # [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]
Begin Date: 12/14/2020
Course # CART-20-420-093
Status: OPEN
Type: Online
Location: A Virtual Classroom

Ethical Considerations For Recovery Coaches Online    5252-ETH-NY
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.
Course # CART-20-420-094  
Subjects # [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]
Begin Date: 12/19/2020
Course # CART-20-420-094
Status: OPEN
Type: Online
Location: A Virtual Classroom

Ethical Considerations For Recovery Coaches Online    5253-ETH-MI
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.
Course # CART-20-420-095  
Subjects # [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]
Begin Date: 12/21/2020
Course # CART-20-420-095
Status: OPEN
Type: Online
Location: A Virtual Classroom

Ethical Considerations For Recovery Coaches Online    Anchor Recovery Community Center
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. This educational program is approved by NAADAC #195293
Course # CART-21-420-016  
Subjects # [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]
Begin Date: 01/07/2021
Course # CART-21-420-016
Status: OPEN
Type: Online
Location: A Virtual Classroom

Ethical Considerations For Recovery Coaches Online    402870-ETH-MA
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. This educational program is approved by NAADAC #195293
Course # CART-20-420-109  
Subjects # [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]
Begin Date: 01/14/2021
Course # CART-20-420-109
Status: OPEN
Type: Online
Location: A Virtual Classroom

Ethical Considerations For Recovery Coaches Online    403-ETH-MI
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. This educational program is approved by NAADAC #195293
Course # CART-21-420-015  
Subjects # [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]
Begin Date: 01/19/2021
Course # CART-21-420-015
Status: OPEN
Type: Online
Location: A Virtual Classroom

Ethical Considerations For Recovery Coaches Online    403075-ETH-MI
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. This educational program is approved by NAADAC #195293
Course # CART-21-420-011  
Subjects # [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]
Begin Date: 01/20/2021
Course # CART-21-420-011
Status: OPEN
Type: Online
Location: A Virtual Classroom

Ethical Considerations For Recovery Coaches Online    Hagerstown Community College, Maryland
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. This educational program is approved by NAADAC #195293
Course # CART-21-420-017  
Subjects # [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]
Begin Date: 01/21/2021
Course # CART-21-420-017
Status: OPEN
Type: Online
Location: A Virtual Classroom

Ethical Considerations For Recovery Coaches Online    403104-ETH-NJ
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. This educational program is approved by NAADAC #195293
Course # CART-21-420-014  
Subjects # [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]
Begin Date: 01/22/2021
Course # CART-21-420-014
Status: OPEN
Type: Online
Location: A Virtual Classroom

Ethical Considerations For Recovery Coaches Online    403100-ETH-MD
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. This educational program is approved by NAADAC #195293
Course # CART-21-420-012  
Subjects # [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]
Begin Date: 01/23/2021
Course # CART-21-420-012
Status: CLOSED
Type: Online
Location: A Virtual Classroom

Ethical Considerations For Recovery Coaches Online    403054-ETH-NY
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. This educational program is approved by NAADAC #195293
Course # CART-21-420-009  
Subjects # [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]
Begin Date: 01/25/2021
Course # CART-21-420-009
Status: OPEN
Type: Online
Location: A Virtual Classroom

Ethical Considerations For Recovery Coaches Online    5023-ETH-MN
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.
Course # CART-21-420-004  
Subjects # [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]
Begin Date: 01/29/2021
Course # CART-21-420-004
Status: OPEN
Type: Online
Location: A Virtual Classroom

Ethical Considerations For Recovery Coaches Online    Hope Sheds Light, Inc., New Jersey
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. This educational program is approved by NAADAC #195293
Course # CART-21-420-024  
Subjects # [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]
Begin Date: 02/01/2021
Course # CART-21-420-024
Status: OPEN
Type: Online
Location: A Virtual Classroom

Ethical Considerations For Recovery Coaches Online    Art of Coaching, Inc., Michigan
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. This educational program is approved by NAADAC #195293
Course # CART-21-420-026  
Subjects # [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]
Begin Date: 02/01/2021
Course # CART-21-420-026
Status: OPEN
Type: Online
Location: A Virtual Classroom

Ethical Considerations For Recovery Coaches Online    PCA Colorado
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. This educational program is approved by NAADAC #195293
Course # CART-21-420-019  
Subjects # [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]
Begin Date: 02/04/2021
Course # CART-21-420-019
Status: OPEN
Type: Online
Location: A Virtual Classroom

Ethical Considerations For Recovery Coaches Online    Dolan Research International, Maryland
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. This educational program is approved by NAADAC #195293
Course # CART-21-420-020  
Subjects # [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]
Begin Date: 02/16/2021
Course # CART-21-420-020
Status: OPEN
Type: Online
Location: A Virtual Classroom

Ethical Considerations For Recovery Coaches Online    403057-ETH-MA
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. This educational program is approved by NAADAC #195293
Course # CART-21-420-010  
Subjects # [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]
Begin Date: 02/17/2021
Course # CART-21-420-010
Status: OPEN
Type: Online
Location: A Virtual Classroom

Ethical Considerations For Recovery Coaches Online    Online, Maine
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. This educational program is approved by NAADAC #195293
Course # CART-21-420-028  
Subjects # [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]
Begin Date: 02/17/2021
Course # CART-21-420-028
Status: OPEN
Type: Online
Location: A Virtual Classroom

Ethical Considerations For Recovery Coaches Online    NCADD Westchester, New York
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. This educational program is approved by NAADAC #195293
Course # CART-21-420-018  
Subjects # [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]
Begin Date: 02/20/2021
Course # CART-21-420-018
Status: OPEN
Type: Online
Location: A Virtual Classroom

Ethical Considerations For Recovery Coaches Online    Christopher's Reason
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. This educational program is approved by NAADAC #195293
Course # CART-21-420-027  
Subjects # [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]
Begin Date: 03/01/2021
Course # CART-21-420-027
Status: OPEN
Type: Online
Location: A Virtual Classroom

Ethical Considerations For Recovery Coaches Online    403102-ETH-ID
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. This educational program is approved by NAADAC #195293
Course # CART-21-420-013  
Subjects # [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]
Begin Date: 03/02/2021
Course # CART-21-420-013
Status: OPEN
Type: Online
Location: A Virtual Classroom

Ethical Considerations For Recovery Coaches Online    Bronx Community College
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.
Course # CART-21-420-025  
Subjects # [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]
Begin Date: 03/15/2021
Course # CART-21-420-025
Status: OPEN
Type: Online
Location: A Virtual Classroom

Ethical Considerations For Recovery Coaches Online    Dolan Research International, Maryland
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. This educational program is approved by NAADAC #195293
Course # CART-21-420-021  
Subjects # [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]
Begin Date: 04/13/2021
Course # CART-21-420-021
Status: OPEN
Type: Online
Location: A Virtual Classroom

Ethical Considerations For Recovery Coaches Online    Dolan Research International, Maryland
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. This educational program is approved by NAADAC #195293
Course # CART-21-420-022  
Subjects # [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]
Begin Date: 06/29/2021
Course # CART-21-420-022
Status: OPEN
Type: Online
Location: A Virtual Classroom