Please see the following link for more information, including registration information: http://www.cvent.com/d/sbqq0h
Ethics for Recovery Coaches offers participants unique opportunities to explore and define just what ethical practice means within the context of their work, as well as their varied work environments. This 1-day workshop includes the following:
- Discussion of the history, classic expressions and impact of ethics
- Hands-on exploration of recovery-specific ethical challenges and opportunities for ethical practice when working as a Recovery Coach
- Examination/articulation of potential ethical conflicts inherent in Recovery Coach roles and non-clinical lane
- Facilitated exercises for practice of new skills - self-awareness, confidentiality, ethical decision-making, boundary management, etc.
- Self-assessment and facilitated discussion of professional next steps
Upon completion of this training, the participants will:
- Develop a deeper appreciation for the history, organizational utility and impact of ethics, especially as they relate to providing peer recovery support.
- Explore personal/social situations that present challenges to and opportunities for ethical behavior.
- Understand the impact of personal decisions and how this relates to providing ethical service within one's Recovery Coach role(s) and non-clinical lane.
- Define personal, professional, organizational boundaries and articulate their role in building/maintaining authentic peer recovery relationships.
Sponsored by: MA Department of Public Health, Bureau of Substance Addiction Services, & AdCare Educational Institute, Inc.
- LUNCH IS NOT INCLUDED. PLEASE BRING YOUR LUNCH WITH YOU!
- This training is specific to Recovery Support Services. It is a requirement for the CARC (Certified Addiction Recovery Coach).
- This training is for those that need the remaining 5 hours of Ethics for the CARC Certification