Recovery Coach Ethical Considerations
Participants who attend the CCAR Ethical Considerations for Recovery Coaches will:
Understand what ethics are and why ethics are so important when performing Recovery Coach Services
Learn how to stay in your lane as a recovery coach
Understand the decision making process
Develop guidelines for making ethical decisions
Apply the new learning to your every day work as an RC
Why Ethics? Recovery coaching as a peer-to-peer recovery support services has grown exponentially over the past five years. Over 12000 coaches have been trained using the CCAR Recovery Coach Academy alone. Even with this tremendous amount of growth in the field, the subject of Ethics and recovery Coaching had been discussed, but formal training has been lacking. CCAR developed a two day training that delivers the content Recovery Coaches need to know about ethical decision making. It’s not just about skills and content. It is and always will be about the people…your stories, your experiences and the transformation that happens. This is the art of Recovery Coaching and ethics are a huge part of what we do!
Using presentations, small group work, role play and case studies, many areas will be addressed including: defining the coaching service role and functions, coaching standards, issues of vulnerability, ethical decision making, performance enhancement and legal issues.
Dates: Aug 28-30, 2019
Times: 9:00 am—4:00 pm (Fri 2:00 pm)
Location: Avon Baptist Church
119 N. Main St.
Cost: $150 includes workbook and lunch
Contact: Alan Meister, 774-213-8364
High Point is pleased to present ,
All participants who attend in full, will receive a Certificate of Achievement upon completion of an online evaluation after this session (16 CEUs).
All of our training programs are set up so that participants gain the necessary skills and knowledge to be a Recovery Coach by using the principles behind adult learning theory which states:
•Adults are internally motivated and self-directed
•Adults bring life experiences and knowledge to learning experiences
•Adults are goal oriented
•Adults are relevancy oriented
•Adults are practical
•Adult learners like to be respected
CCAR Ethics Registration Form
Return with payment (payable to High Point) to:
High Point /CSP
52 Oak St., Middleboro, MA 02346
Attn: Alan Meister
Return by: August 21, 2019
Ethical Considerations for Recovery Coaches
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