PROFESSIONAL PRISON RE-ENTRY COACH TRAINING AND CERTIFICATION PROGRAM
NATIONALLY CERTIFIED PRISON RE-ENTRY COACH™ TRAINING (NCPRC)
Our comprehensive Professional Prison Re-Entry Coach Certification and Training Program will teach you how to handle clients that are looking for help to re-enter society. Individuals that have been recently incarcerated for issues including drug addiction and alcohol addiction, violence, gangs, theft, and more are invited and encouraged to get trained for a new career path. A Prison Re-Entry Coach’s function is to assist a client with returning to a new society and living a new, productive lifestyle. A Certified Prison Re-Entry Coach sets the parameters of the conversation, listens and contributes observations and questions, provides a roadmap for success, and assists the client as a team to achieve their desired goals. An action-based Prison Re-Entry Coach accelerates the client’s progress by providing greater focus and awareness of choices, actions, and responsibility.
Our Prison Re-Entry Coach Certification and training program is based on The 5 Keys Model for re-entry into society. When combined, all 5 Keys aim to increase the overall well-being of the individual and decrease the likelihood of future criminal involvement. These 5 Keys include: Finding and Maintaining Meaningful Work, Creating and Applying Effective Coping Strategies, Creating Positive Social Engagement, Building Positive Relationships, and Creating Healthy Thinking Patterns.
The Addictions Academy’s Professional Prison Re-Entry Coach Certification follows the International Coach Federation (ICF) 11 Core Competencies of Coaching (we are CCE Accredited) and in this class, you will learn Motivational Interviewing skills, Life Coaching skills, Life Skills, Coping Skills, Defense Mechanisms, Active vs. Passive Listening, ethics, legal issues, and more.
NOTE: There are NO prerequisites (We DO recommend you take Certified Recovery Coach I and II as an add-on) to this course and it includes our Prison Re-Entry Certification and Case Management (self Study option) classes in the certification and training package. Also included is an ethics class and 10 hours of coach mentorship. We do offer Job Board, Networking, and Business/Private Practice assistance. We also hire from within once you are trained, certified, insured, and bonded.
Your Host for this Training, Dr. Cali Estes
Dr. Cali Estes is a Therapist, Life Coach, Recovery Coach, Addictions Coach, and Wellness Guru, Dr. Cali Estes has been named ‘The Female Dr. Drew’ by the media. She has been featured on CNN, NBC, FOX, ABC, KTLA, People Mag, Yoga Digest, and more. She is the Founder of The Addictions Academy and the wildly popular Sober on Demand for an alternative to drug and alcohol treatment services. She has also created the first-ever addiction and mental health supplement line, ProRecoveryRx.
Cali’s multidimensional approach focuses on the underlying cause of the addiction and she uniquely approaches each client. With over 21 years’ experience as a Therapist, Life Coach, Recovery Coach, Addictions Coach, and Wellness Coach.
More about Cali.
What you will Learn in Case Management and Prison Re-entry Certification Training:
- How to assess for proper post-release placement
- Accessing Mental Health Community Services
- Accessing Physical Health Services in the Community
- Handling Court Documents and Court Requirements
- Dealing with Housing and Sober Living facilities
- Exploring Employment with felonies and misdemeanors
- Community Involvement and Planning
- Anger management containment
- How to assess for drug and alcohol issues
- How to coach appropriately
- The 11 core competencies of life coaching by the ICF
- Care Planning and Smooth Continuum of Care post-release
- Implementation of case management services & connections to services
- Case Reviews and availability for the client as time passes
- Insurance billables and cash pay clients.
- Developing a Support System
- Attending meetings and plugging into ‘the program’
- Independent Living Plan Development
- Financial Responsibility & Budget Development
- How to assess for trauma and other clinical issues
- Overcoming obstacles and barriers to re-entry
- How to establish a support system