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Applied Coaching & Supervision

  • Starts May 13
  • 50 US dollars
  • Virtual Class

Available spots

Service Description

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. The increasing demand for peer workforce also brings great demand on the individuals doing the work. Recovery Coaches and Peers are asked to do many a task in order to support clinical, medical, criminal justice, family services, treatment services, education systems, as well as communities, coalitions, etc.. With this, self care is no longer an option for individuals within the workforce. Organizations are now expected to address the wellness of the individual using their lived experience to support others seeking holistic and recovery wellness. This training will support individuals by highlighting personal wellness and contemplating what to do about it. At the end of this Training, Participants will be able to: • Explore the signs that may alert us to tend to our personal wellness and identify the possible institutional supports available . • Identify the benefits of self care and its beneficiaries . • To identify the dimensions of wellness you might want to be attentive to and devise a plan to address them. 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.

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