Practical Substance Abuse and Recovery Coaching Training

In-house Practical training

Internships in Substance Abuse Treatment and Recovery Coaching

Practical Substance Abuse and Recovery Coaching Training

Residential Counselling Training through SHARP

SHARP Recovery Centre is a licensed Minnesota Model, 12 Step-based addiction-treatment facility. We are offering a three-month residential training programme. The programme offers professionals experiential as well as practical experience within the 12 Step model of inpatient and outpatient treatment.

Learners will receive training in the following steps:

  1. Assessment and client intake
  2. Medications and detox process
  3. Biopsychosocial interviews and Dual Diagnosis
  4. Group sessions
  5. 12 Step counselling
  6. One-on-one counselling
  7. Treatment planning
  8. Family sessions
  9. Supervision
  10. Lectures (on relapse, spirituality, cross addiction, anger management, family systems, the disease concept, trauma and cognitive behaviour)
  11. Client-case conference and individual case reporting

Learners who have completed the training would have gained the following:

  1. 60 hrs of individual counselling
  2. 60 hrs of individual step work
  3. 240 hrs of process groups
  4. 12 hrs of step work lectures
  5. 12 hrs of theme work and process groups based on addiction related subjects
  6. 24 hrs personal supervision

Learners wanting to attend the residential training programme are carefully screened and need to express their personal motivation for wanting to do the training, past and current addiction experience as well as a reference/referral letter from an institution or sponsor. Suitable applicants will then be selected and are required to attend a telephone interview prior to acceptance.

Please contact SHARP for more information on rates and dates.


Substance Abuse and Addiction Recovery Coaching Group Facilitation Training

Addiction Recovery Coaching is very different to other treatment programmes. It’s more personal and is aimed at tapping into the client’s strength. Programmes and treatment interventions are tailored to tap into the client’s strengths and encourage accountability and personal responsibility. Our experience shows us that if our clients are motivated by their own choices and decisions that the therapeutic relationship is not only more beneficial, but results in long-term recovery and personal transformation.

Recovery Coaching has been created using the foundations of the tried and tested Minnesota Model of addiction treatment and the 12 Step programme, combined with executive coaching and leadership tools. By combining Addiction Recovery Coaching with traditional 12 Step treatment, the outcome of the treatment is has proved to be more sustainable and beneficial to our clients and the process of recovery.

Recovery Coaching addresses the system of addiction as a tool is used to effect change within any part of the system. With this in mind the Recovery Coaching Model can be just as easily used with family members, loved ones or within the work place. With this in mind, one can easily “bolt on” Recovery Coaching to a family programme, an EAP (Employee Assistance programme) or Corporate Wellness programmes.

It is vital that our learners have an in-depth understanding of the 12 Step treatment model, prior to attending this advanced training. Students that have gained sufficient experience or have a “solid” understanding of the 12 Step treatment model could be considered for the training.

This training runs for a three-month period and learners attending the training will gain the following:

Recovery Coaching Basics:

The Four Cornerstones:

A. SETTING THE FOUNDATION

1. MEETING ETHICAL GUIDELINES AND PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS

2. ESTABLISHING THE COACHING AGREEMENT

B. CO-CREATING THE RELATIONSHIP

3. ESTABLISHING TRUST AND INTIMACY WITH THE CLIENT

4. COACHING PRESENCE

5. BELIEF THAT THE CLIENT HAS THE ANSWERS

C. COMMUNICATING EFFECTIVELY

6. ACTIVE LISTENING

7. POWERFUL QUESTIONING

8. DIRECT COMMUNICATION

D. FACILITATING LEARNING AND RESULTS

9. CREATING AWARENESS

10. DESIGNING ACTIONS

11. PLANNING AND GOAL SETTING

12. MANAGING PROGRESS AND ACCOUNTABILITY

Learners will gain an in-depth understanding of the following lectures and will be required to give a presentation to demonstrate knowledge and understanding as

part of the certification process.

Learning’s:

An understanding of the Addiction Recovery Coaching Model and its cornerstones, as well as the underlying causes of Addiction.

Lectures:

Progression of Addiction

The 3 C’s of Detachment

The 3 C’s of Support

The 3 C’s of Responsibility

The 4 Causes of Addiction

The 4 A’s Action Acceptance Accountability Authenticity

The 4 P’s Past Present future and Process

Continued Support

Where Coaching Sits within the Treatment Environment (Therapy, Counselling and mentorship)

By the end of the training Students will have obtained the following.

Module 1 & 2:

48 hours of Individual Coaching Experience (12 shadow, 36 individual)

24 hours of Group Coaching (12 shadow, 12 hours as group leader)

12 hours individual coaching (Personal recovery coaching)

400 hours working with observing and “fine tuning” the culture of the therapeutic community.

Coaching Process Tools:

Residents/Students will gain and experience the use of the following coaching tools. The tools are vital for using within the coaching relationship and are the foundation tools needed for group process coaching:

1: The Co-Active CAR Model

2: Visualising Tool

3: Dialogue Chair

4: Taming the Debating Committee

5: The Triangle of Self Obsession

6: Future Self

7: Shadow Tool

8: Geography of Core Feelings

9: 12-Principle Feeling Tool

10: Perspective Tool

11: Choice Cost Tool

12: Meeting your Saboteur

13: What’s the Cost (What’s at Risk?)

14: Bucketing

15: Motivational Interviewing

16: Reverse Therapy Chair

Co-Active Facilitated Group

1: Creating the container (Facilitator Alliance)

2: Identifying the process

3: Experiencing the process (looking for bio-energetic feedback)

4: Identification of emotional core

5: Moving beyond the emotional core

6: Transformation and affirmation

7: Group Accountability and feedback

8: De-rolling and container deconstruction

9: Feedback to therapeutic team (Councillors, therapists, workplace, family etc.)

This training is run throughout the year; please contact SHARP for further details on rates and dates.

 

Residential Counselling Training through SHARP

SHARP Recovery Center is a licensed Minnesota model/12 step based addiction treatment facility and is offering a3 monthresidential training programme. The program offers professionals to gain experiential as well as practical experience within the 12 step model of In-Patient and Out-patient treatment.

Learners will receive training in the following steps:

  1. Assessment and client intake
  2. Medications and detox process
  3. Biopsychosocial Interviews and Dual Diagnosis
  4. Group sessions
  5. 12 step counseling
  6. One on one counseling
  7. Treatment planning
  8. Family sessions
  9. Supervision
  10. Lectures (on relapse, spirituality, cross addiction, anger management,   family systems, the disease concept, trauma and cognitive behavior.
  11. Client case conference and individual case reporting

 

Learners who have completed the training would have gained the following:

  1. 60 hrs of individual counseling
  2. 60 hrs of individual step work
  3. 240 hrs of process groups
  4. 12 hrs of step work lectures
  5. 12 hrs of theme work and process groups based on addiction related subjects
  6. 24hrs personal supervision

 

Learners wanting to attend the residential training programme are carefully screened and need to express their personal motivation for wanting to do the training, past and current addiction experience as well as a reference/referral letter from an Institution or sponsor. Suitable applicants will then be selected and required to attend a telephone interview prior to acceptance.

Please contact SHARP for more information on rates and dates

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Addiction Recovery Coaching Training

Addiction Recovery Coaching is very different to other treatment programmes. It’s

more personal and is aimed at tapping into the client’s strength. programmes and

treatment interventions are tailored to tap into the client’s strengths and

encourage accountability and personal responsibility. Our experience shows us

that if our clients are motivated by their own choices and decisions that the

therapeutic relationship is not only more beneficial but results in long term

recovery and personal transformation.

Recovery Coaching has been created using the foundations of the tried and

tested Minnesota model of addiction treatment, the “12 Step programme” combined

with executive coaching and leadership tools.

By combining Addiction Recovery Coaching with traditional 12 step treatment the

outcomes of treatment have been proved to be more sustainable and beneficial

to our clients and the process of recovery.

Recovery Coaching addresses the system of Addiction, so as a tool is used to

effect change within any part of the system. With this in mind the Recovery

Coaching Model can be used just as easily with family members or loved ones or

within the work place. With this in mind one can easily “bolt on” Recovery

Coaching to a family programme or an EAP (Employee Assistance programme) or

Corporate wellness programmes.

It is vital that our learners have an in-depth understanding of the 12 step model

of treatment prior to attending this advanced training. However students that

have gained sufficient experience or have a “solid” understanding of the 12 step

treatment model could be considered for the training.

This training runs for a 3 month period and learners attending the training will gain the following:

Recovery Coaching Basics:

The Four Cornerstones:

A. SETTING THE FOUNDATION

1. MEETING ETHICAL GUIDELINES AND PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS

2. ESTABLISHING THE COACHING AGREEMENT

B. CO-CREATING THE RELATIONSHIP

3. ESTABLISHING TRUST AND INTIMACY WITH THE CLIENT

4. COACHING PRESENCE

5. BELIEF THAT THE CLIENT HAS THE ANSWERS

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C. COMMUNICATING EFFECTIVELY

6. ACTIVE LISTENING

7. POWERFUL QUESTIONING

8. DIRECT COMMUNICATION

D. FACILITATING LEARNING AND RESULTS

9. CREATING AWARENESS

10. DESIGNING ACTIONS

11. PLANNING AND GOAL SETTING

12. MANAGING PROGRESS AND ACCOUNTABILITY

Learners will gain an in-depth understanding of the following lectures and will be

required to give a presentation to demonstrate knowledge and understanding as

part of the certification process.

Learning’s:

An understanding of the Addiction Recovery Coaching Model and its cornerstones as well as the underling causes of Addiction.

Lectures:

Progression of Addiction

The 3 C’s of Detachment

The 3 C’s of Support

The 3 C’s of Responsibility

The 4 Causes of Addiction

The 4 A’s Action Acceptance Accountability Authenticity

The 4 P’s Past Present future and Process

Continued Support

Where coaching sits within the treatment environment (Therapy, Counselling

and mentorship)

By the end of the training Students will have obtained the following.

Module 1 & 2:

48 hour of Individual Coaching Experience (12 Shadow 36 Individual)

24 Hours of Group Coaching (12 Shadow 12 hours as group leader)

12 Hours individual coaching (Personal recovery coaching)

400 Hours working with observing and “fine tuning” the culture of the

therapeutic community.

Coaching Process Tools:

Residents/Students will gain and experience the use of the following coaching

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tools. The tools are vital for using within the coaching relationship and are the

foundation tools needed for group process coaching.

1: The Co-Active CAR Model

2: Visualizing Tool

3: Dialogue Chair

4: Taming the Debating Committee

5: The Triangle of Self Obsession

6: Future Self

7: Shadow Tool

8: Geography of Core Feelings

9: 12 Principle Feeling Tool

10: Perspective Tool

11: Choice Cost Tool

12: Meeting your Saboteur

13: What’s the Cost (What’s at Risk?)

14: Bucketing

15: Motivational Interviewing

16: Reverse Therapy Chair

Co-Active Facilitated Group

1: Creating the container (Facilitator Alliance)

2: Identifying the process

3: Experiencing the process (looking for bio-energetic feedback)

4: Identification of emotional core.

5: Moving beyond the emotional core.

6: Transformation and Affirmation.

7: Group Accountability and feedback.

8: De-rolling and container deconstruction.

9: Feedback to therapeutic team (Councilors, Therapists, workplace, Family etc)

This training is run throughout the year; please contact SHARP for further details on rates and dates.