The next IRI Recovery Specialist Training begins:
Become an excellent Recovery Specialist:
Recovery and Mental Health Coaching
Recovery and Mental Health Companionship
The knowledge of the Trainers was exceptional as a whole. I don't think that anyone should be working as a Recovery Specialist without this training and Certification Program. ~ Jill, CADCII, BRI-1, ICRC, CIP
International Recovery Institute training's provide the theoretical basis and ethical standards for services offered by Recovery Specialists.
Recovery Specialist is defined as an individual who provides one on one client and family services within a treatment setting and/or client's home community or travel and has completed the training offered by IRI and received a Certificate of Completion.
Common titles for the role of the Recovery Specialist may include: Sober Coach, Sober Companion, Personal Recovery Assistant, Transport (Safe Passage), Family Support Specialist, Case Manager, Direct Care Staff, etc.
Recovery Specialists work with client's and their families who suffer from substance abuse, addiction, mental health and eating disorders, process addiction and many other co-occurring issues.
Training objectives include increasing ethics, professional skills and knowledge of a Recovery Specialist. Training outline includes topics such as:
History of Recovery Specialists
The Ethical Role & Responsibility of Recovery Specialists
Developing the Skills and Tools of Recovery Specialists
Providing Safe Passage (transports)
Judith Landau, MD, DPM, LMFT, CFLE, CIP, CAI,
a child, family and community psychiatrist and neurologist is a former professor of psychiatry and family medicine, who has devoted her career to developing Evidence-Based, Best Practice collaborative care systems and resilience models. >>Read More
Nanette Zumwalt, ICADC II-CS, ICCJP, CIP, CAI
is the President/CEO of Hired Power and has worked in the mental health field and addiction recovery for over two decades. Under Mrs. Zumwalt’s care and leadership Hired Power has taken the pioneering role in treating addiction in adolescents, young adults and adults during the high risk and very important transition periods of long term recovery. >>Read More
If you hire a Recovery Specialist you need to know if they are trained by IRI! They have changed the business, set new standards and put the bar for Recovery Coaching where it needs to be. ~ Christine, CASA-T, Recovery Coach
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