Certified Professional Recovery Coach Johannesburg

Be part of the international solution to substance use & addiction

Where & When

02 Jun, 09:00 SAST – 06 Jun, 14:00 SAST
Sandton, 41 Pretoria St, Oaklands, Sandton, 2192, South Africa

Course Info

What does the U-ACT Recovery Coach course include?

Train as an addiction recovery coach and support individuals, families, groups, communities and organisations to create systemic wellness and authentic meaning and purpose.

In this training you will be:

• Exploring recovery perspectives for drug abuse, mental health and co-occurring conditions.

• Identifying diverse & varied pathways to recovery.

• Examining the roles & responsibilities of a Recovery Coach, including ethics & boundaries.

• Practicing coaching, motivational interviewing techniques & facilitation skills.

• Learning & practicing how to open & close a coaching conversation, by creating a container, contracting checking in.

• Gaining familiarity with recovery planning tools & coaching templates.

• Experiencing coaching & developing a personal & professional plan.

• Gaining knowledge & understanding of recovery resources.

• Exploring wellness & recovery perspectives, and the development of #RecoveryCapital.

#curetheworld #breakthestigma

For more information on the training visit our Facebook Event page

There are subsidised training offers available. Please contact leigh-anne@uact.org.za to chat about booking your seat.

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Leigh-Anne Brierley

leighannebrierley@gmail.com

Call/WhatsApp +27(67)903-0070

Be The Change Coaching is situated in Oaklands, Johannesburg, South Africa

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Coaching is not a replacement for medical, psychiatric or therapeutic services. Coaching is designed to support and empower individuals as part of their personal and professional growth and development. Before stopping or decreasing the use of habit-forming substances it is essential to seek medical advice and support. If you are under the care of a medical or mental-health professional please ensure that you seek their advice and consult around your substance-use disorder and mental health care.

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