15 hrs | $105.00
Certification Areas and Continuing Education: 15 Hours Total
Application to Practice / Case Management & Referral / Documentation
Gain the knowledge, insight and tools necessary to implement an effective Recovery Management program. Key concepts of Recovery Management include why this vibrant model has emerged at this time and its potential to expand the benefits of mainstream addiction treatment and behavioral healthcare.
Learn the principals of Recovery Management, Recovery Oriented Systems of Care (ROSC), and the similarities and differences between the roles of Twelve Step Sponsors, Recovery Support Specialists (“Peer Recovery Coaches”), and clinical Addiction Counselors. Implement your own Recovery Management program using the Instructional Manual with tips for training Peer Recovery Coaches and Mentors.
The highlight of this course is a practical, step by step tool with individual worksheets for developing and documenting a strength-based Recovery Plan. Gain confidence as you discover how to effectively help others achieve long-term healthy recovery.
Selected Readings is included with the course. You will receive your materials after purchase.
To define what the Recovery Management model is and how it relates to Recovery Oriented Systems of Care (ROSC) which expand and support quality addiction treatment and behavioral healthcare.
- Understand how the Recovery Management model differs from the acute care model and the challenges of implementing it.
- Understand three facts from the DSM-5 related to substance use disorders.
- Discern the differences in function, scope of practice, and services performed by the roles of a 12 Step Sponsor, a Peer or Recovery Support Specialist, and an Addiction Counselor.
- Learn to use specific tools including a Recovery Plan to engage clients in the recovery process while serving in the role of a Peer Recovery Support Specialist.