Nationally Certified Recovery Coach Training Levels I and II (Coaching Certification Programs)
Our comprehensive Professional Recovery Coach Certification and Training Program will teach you how to handle clients that are looking for help from drug addiction and alcohol addiction. A Recovery Coach’s function is to assist a client with Substance Use Disorder in finding the appropriate path to sobriety. A Recovery 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 Recovery Coach accelerates the client’s progress by providing greater focus and awareness of choices, actions, and responsibility. Recovery Coaching concentrates on meeting the client where they are now, where they want to be, and holding them accountable as a team to get there. A professional coaching certification will enhance your marketability and allow you to offer your clients the best services possible.
What exactlydoes a Recovery Coach do with their clients suffering from a drug and alcohol addiction? A Certified Professional Recovery Coach offers a form of strength-based support that includes intensive work within these areas: Accountability, Behavioral Change, Action Planning, Family Relationships, Coping Skills, Triggers, Purpose and Passion, Job and Career, Financial and more. The emphasis is on a client learning how to be productive and handle different aspects of life that may have been damaged by their addictions. As a Recovery Coaching Candidate in our program, you will learn all the tools necessary to become a Recovery Coach and walk away with over 45 exercises from our #1 Best Selling workbook to facilitate change within a short window.
Who should be a Recovery Coach?
Anyone that is looking for a great career to assist others in finding their purpose and passion in life, getting and staying sober is an ideal coach candidate. Also an ideal career for someone that is an advocate or in recovery and wants to assist others.
What does a Recovery Coach get paid?
In private practice, Recovery Coaches bill like a life coach and do not accept insurance. Hourly rates can run $100 and up, depending on where you are located and can even be more in major cities. Of course, you can always work pro bono or slide scale down to meet the demand of the area you are working in.
There is NO Prerequisite to become a Recovery Coach, no need for a degree or any other training, as our certified coaching programs include everything you need to get your Certification as a Recovery Coach. A Professional Recovery Coach is NOT a counselor, a sponsor, or an advocate. A Professional Coach will charge for services and can work via phone, Skype or in person with your clients. Our coaching certification programs include the coach training course online, virtual classroom, live in person or self-study platforms. Our certified coach training is all self-contained information you need you to get started in your career.
What Is Included in Our Recovery Coach Certification and Coaching Training Course?
Our 36 Hour CEU Accredited Recovery Coach Certification and Training Program Includes:
Two-Day Immersion online virtual classroom (or Live in-person) experience for Certified Recovery Coach starting with Level 1. Class runs 10-3 EST (see calendar HERE for dates, times and locations). Exam follows. Manual included.
Certified Recovery Coach II self-study component with manual and exam at your leisure. No time limit to complete this course (optional but included in price).
Ethics self-study component at your leisure with manual and exam. No time limit to complete this course (optional but included in price).
Clinical supervision every Tuesday from 10-11 EST for 10 weeks to hone your coaching skills (optional but included in price). Call in via phone or access us via web platform face to face.
Copy of #1 BESTSELLING WORKBOOK of activities.
ALL OF THIS FOR ONE PRICE, NO HIDDEN FEES.
Our coaching training courses include essential life coaching skills, use of Motivational Interviewing and ICF Core Competencies as it relates to Recovery Coaching. Our Nationally Certified Recovery Coach Certification and Certified Coach Training Program follows the International Coach Federation (ICF) Guidelines and we adhere to the 11 Core Competencies of Coaching. We are accredited by the ACTO, and Florida Certification Board.
What You will learn:
Coping Skills, Life Skills
Professional Training and Coaching skills
Active vs. Passive Listening Skills
Accessing Community Supports
Street Drugs and what they mean (most current up-to-date information)
Post-Acute Withdrawal techniques
Legal and Ethical Issues
Duties and Responsibilities
DSM- 5 Terminology
Mental Health Terminology
Understanding Learning styles and Motivation to change
Action Planning and Goal Setting
Difference between Recovery Coaching, Therapy and Sponsorship
Overcoming obstacles and barriers
Where does a Recovery Coach work?
Recovery Coaches can obtain jobs at treatment centers, private practice, advocacy boards, and more. Recovery Coaches are in high demand.
Who hires a Recovery Coach?
Private clients looking for an alternative to aftercare or a solid life solution that offers accountability and real-time life skills, coping skills and more. Treatment Centers hire recovery coaches, peer centers, advocacy boards and even shelters, sober livings and social work centers.