Being Trauma Informed.
Applied Coaching & Supervision
- Starts Jan 29, 2024Starts Jan 29, 2024
- 50 US dollars$50
- Virtual Class
Recovery Coaching is a growing role/ service that is being implemented across a wide array of systems. Community Health Centers, Behavioral Health Settings, Emergency Departments, Police and Criminal Justice Settings, Recovery Centers, Schools, Primary Care, Department of Children and Families, Faith based settings, Public Housing, amongst other settings have all benefited from Peer Recovery Supports. In a 2012 NIH publication, “Prevalence of post-traumatic stress disorder among people with SUD”, the study assessed that about 89-95% of individuals with SUD report having history of traumatic experiences. In 2020, SAMHSA reported that the percentage of People with Mental Health and SUD disorders nearly doubled during COVID. As the peer workforce comes across individuals with potential co-occurring challenges, it is pertinent that they are prepared to recognize that signs that trauma may be present in the individuals they support. After this training, Participants will be able to : • Explore where the recovery coach might intersect with trauma • Identify experiences or events that might bring about traumatic reactions. • Develop a personalized approach to recognizing and addressing trauma and secondary trauma. This class is funded by a grant from RIZE Massachusetts Foundation, a foundation committed to ending the opioid epidemic and reducing its devastating impact on people, families, and communities.