International Recovery Institute Recovery Coach Training
Recovery Specialist is defined as an individual who provides one on one client and family services within a treatment setting and/or client’s home community or travel and has completed the training offered by IRI and received a Certificate of Completion. Recovery Specialists work with client’s and their families who suffer from substance abuse, addiction, mental health and eating disorders, process addiction and many other co-occurring issues. Training objectives include increasing ethics, professional skills and knowledge of a Recovery Specialist.
Common titles for the role of the Recovery Specialist may include:
- Sober Coach
- Sober Companion
- Personal Recovery Assistant
- Transport (Safe Passage)
- Family Support Specialist
- Case Manager
- Direct Care Staff, etc.
What: International Recovery Institute’s 3-day LIVE training offers comprehensive learning, hands-on training from two leading professionals in the Recovery field.
Where: Cumberland Heights Campus, Nashville, TN
($300 additional 6 Online CE Course, PLUS 6 Weekly Telephonic Supervision Post Online Training and Consultation Calls)
($450 additional for late sign up for consultation and coursework)
Date & Times:
November 6, 2018 from 8:00AM – 5:30PM
November 7, 2018 from 8:00AM – 5:30PM
November 8, 2018 from 8:00AM – 5:30PM
Participants are eligible for certification after attending the 3-day LIVE training followed by an online course and 6 hours of supervised consultation calls. Registrants are given the option to add the online course and supervision calls to this registration or they may register for those courses at a later time.
History of Recovery Specialists
The Ethical Role & Responsibility of Recovery Specialists Developing the Skills and Tools of Recovery Specialists Providing Safe Passage (transports). To become an IRI Certified Recovery Specialist, you will need to participate in 6 hours of telephone group consultation plus some online coursework.