Center for Addiction Recovery Training Public Catalog 
Class Details
Activity Name
12 Steps and Recovery Coaching
Sub Title
Adversaries, Strangers or Friends
Session Type
Single Session
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Activity Code
400 Online Webinar Series
Subject Area
[Accountability], [Active Listening], [Art and Science of Recovery Coaching], [Art of RC], [Coaching], [Communication Skills], [Multple Pathways], [Recovery Coaching], [Recovery Language], [Spectrum of attitudes], [Staying in your lane]
Target Audience
[Clinicians], [Community Members], [Family Members], [Friends/Allies], [Peer Specialists], [People in Recovery], [Recovery Coaches], [Recovery Peer Specialists], [Supervisors]
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Other Notes
You do not need to register for this event if you are not interested in earning CEUs.  Preregistration and payment are only for those individuals who would like CEU credit for attending (2 Contact Hours).  No Certificates of Attendance will be awarded.  
Many recovery coaches have strong 12-Step backgrounds. How does this experience influence recovery coaching. In this webinar we will explore the pluses and pitfalls of 12-Step influence. CCAR Executive Director Phil Valentine will ask our panelists – 3 seasoned CCAR employees – good questions regarding the recovery coach role. Jennifer Chadukiewicz (Emergency Department Recovery Coach Manager), Barry Richardson (Emergency Department Recovery Coach) and Melissa McGee (Department of Correction Recovery Coach) will discuss their 12-Step background and how it has helped or hindered their journey to become Recovery Coach Professionals. This webinar will be facilitated by Phil Valentine, RCP, Executive Director, CCAR
Participants in this webinar will: Understand the challenges of coaching when there is a personal bias towards a certain pathway/recovery definitionHow to better support others through their chosen recovery journey
DateStart TimeEnd TimeLocationAddressRoomInstructor
05/13/20211:00PM3:00PMA Virtual Classroom  Phil Valentine