Date: January 14-18
Location: Staybridge Suites, 1020 University Ave, Little Rock, AR
People sometimes get stuck. They do not want to be “therapized” but could use help getting “de-stuck.” Recovery Coach Bootcamp is an experiential, intense training in how to be a professional recovery coach—highly trained, highly skilled, well-prepared in delivering high quality services.
This approach is based on the principles of multiple pathways, trauma-informed, individualized,
Utilizing motivational interviewing, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and the 5 Critical Elements of Recovery, this training is for those ready to advance their careers.
- To understand what a recovery coach does
- To help clients build an individualized Personal Recovery Action Plan
- To build coaching skills for effective listening and asking powerful questions
Jimmie Wooding, LCSW, M.Ed., LADAC is a clinical social worker, adjunct professor at the University of Arkansas at Fort Smith, and recovery life coach. She is the CEO of Harbor House, Inc., an organization of recovery management systems. Wooding offers training, and consultation to those working with addictions, traumatic stress, relational challenges, and more.
Monday: Overview of Recovery Coaching
- Basic Skill Work: Effective listening
- Asking Powerful Questions
- When and how to tell your story
- Getting started with building rapport
Tuesday: 5 Critical Elements
- #1 Take Good Care of Self: Mind
- #1 Take Good Care of Self: Body
- #1 Take Good Care of Self: Spirit
- Life Map
Tuesday Evening: Practice Creative Hopelessness
Wednesday: #2 Form a Recovery Team
- Identify who and why
Wednesday evening: Practice Life Mapping
Thursday: #3 Work a PRAP and #4 Build Recovery Skills
- Identify values
- Develop action steps
Thursday Evening: practice PRAPing
Friday: #5 Live a Recovery Lifestyle
- Move from culture of addiction to culture of recovery
What People Say About Us
Wow! That was intense. I’m worn out but I learned so much!
This workshop is the best I’ve ever been to. It was practical information I can take back to my organization and use immediately.
I’m a peer specialist and I feel like I’ve jumped into a whole other level.