In this 4-hour substance use counselor course, we will uncover the historical overview of the self-help movement, present-day functioning, and use of self-help and other recovery options as support systems for maintaining a drug and alcohol-free lifestyle—twelve-step fellowships.
Research has shown that Alcoholics Anonymous and other 12 Step fellowships are no longer the only support found many people find value in connecting to other mutual aid self-help support groups.
However we will not stop with the 12 Steps we will look at various mutual aid groups such as SMART Recovery, Refuge Recovery, Adventure Recovery and so many more.
The course work for this training provides knowledge of:
- the history, theory/philosophy, principles, and practices of the 12 Steps
- AA and NA
- SMART Recovery
- Refuge Recovery
- White Bison
- Therapeutic Communities
- other types of peer-based fellowships and mutual aid groups.
Once you purchase your training, you'll receive an email with your access code, login, and begin. Your courses are available 24/7, and all educational materials are provided with your purchase—no hidden fees.
Once you finish the complete training and the final assessment, you'll receive your certificate of completion.
You will receive 4 clock hours for participation and completion of this training.