Ethical Considerations for Recovery Coaches
Please see this link for registration and more information http://www.cvent.com/d/76q4qn
It is highly recommended that all Recovery Coaches register and attend this 2-day Ethical Considerations Training.
This two-day training will discuss ethical considerations specific to the peer-to-peer service of recovery coaching. The trainers will employ didactic presentations, small and large group work and discussions, along with case studies.
Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:
- Define ethics.
- Describe why ethics are so important when performing recovery support services.
- Discuss and practice an ethical decision making process.
- List at least five recovery core values.
- Discuss a personal code of ethics for recovery coaches.
Massachusetts Department of Public Health, Bureau of Substance Addictions Service, & AdCare Educational Institute, Inc.
RECOVERY COACH ACADEMY TRAINING IS A PRE-REQUISITE & REQUIRED TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS TRAINING.
ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR RECOVERY COACHES TRAINING IS NOT A CERTIFICATION. THIS 2-DAY TRAINING CAN BE USED TOWARDS CARC CERTIFICATION
For more information about CARC (Certified Addiction Recovery Coach), please contact Jackie Cummins at firstname.lastname@example.org or 508-842-8707.
If you register for a workshop, and do not attend, you will still be responsible for the registration fee, unless you send a substitute, or cancel in writing five business days before the training.
See the Training Resources section for even more training opportunities.
American Society of Addiction Medicine CME calendar