Interested in becoming a professional Recovery Coach?

Our training sessions are very intense, designed to meet state requirements and our high standards. We began training coaches in 2014 after extensive research and training in several models, including family recovery coaching. Training is an intensive 40 hours of classroom didactic and experiential learning and 12 hours of supervision.

The curriculum consists of a refresher in Motivational Interviewing and stages of change. We also review ethical considerations, standards of practice and the development of the recovery coaching profession with standards of practice. In addition, our model is based on Acceptance and Commitment Therapy’s six core processes. We teach the art of asking powerful questions – the right questions at the right time – and listening.

Upcoming Events

Recovery Coach Bootcamp

Date:  January 14-18Location: Staybridge Suites, 1020 University Ave, Little Rock, ARPeople 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...

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Recovery Coach Training

Intensive training in the art of asking powerful questions to help clients move from point A to point B.
March 5th – 9th, 2018 8:30AM – 4:30PM
Harbor Recovery Institute, 4500 Kelley Hwy, Fort Smith, AR

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