[100% off] Leadership: Recovery Coach and Drug Counseling Leadership

Course Instructor: Michael L. Williams, Jr

Language: English


Description:

“Leadership has been defined as the process by which an individual determines direction, influences a group, and directs the group toward a specific goal or mission.”

Are you an experienced clinician working in the field of addiction? Do you want to learn new techniques and strategies that will support you in your professional career no matter if it’s clinical or not? Examine the core skills needed for leadership and develop the key to unlock the unlimited capability hidden in you. You will master how to make minor adjustments to improve the overall quality of your position. Study yourself from a result-oriented perspective, emphasizing communication, engagement, and development for vision actualization and results. This course is tailored and takes an individualized path to teach you how to adjust your mindset and perception of failure and see it as an opportunity to grow. Every module is immediately effective with a log-term benefit complimenting you by improving your current stage in life starting from your current location.

All Peer Recovery Coaches & Drug Counselors should:

Look to Inspire and motivates others, display high integrity and honesty, Solves problems and analyze issues, Drives for results, Communicates powerfully and prolifically, Builds relationships, Displays technical or professional expertise, Displays a strategic perspective, Develops others.

Within this course you will have easy-to-learn modules and receive 8 – Keys to use that will help you develop as a Peer Recovery Coach and or Counselor.

  • You must have an Introduction

  • You must realize that your purpose is GREATER than your struggles.

  • You must be willing to Surrender!

  • You must always VISUALIZE vertically.

  • You must have ENDURANCE!

  • You must be able to make Minor Adjustments

  • You must stay Humble

  • Live Victoriously

Disclaimers:

  1. This course is NOT created, sponsored, or provided by NAADAC, Association for Addiction Professionals, however, I am the Regional Director for the New Jersey Affiliate. 

  2. This is not a required course for the CPRS and will not count towards an LCADC or CADC.

  3. The Certification Board, Inc.’s Ethical Standards for Certified Peer Recovery Specialists is available at certbd.

  4. All Music in videos are provided by Another time Musician: LiQWYD

Who this course is for:

  • Those who want to expand within the field of Addictions
  • This course can be applied to any field that you may work in.
  • Anyone who is looking for resources or inspiration to enhance their profession.
  • Stressed individuals in need of change and better control of their lives.
  • Team leaders, youths and developing individuals.
  • This course is meant to take time and reflection. It is not meant to be a ‘crash course’ in the study of Peer Recovery Support and Counseling.
  • Existing Peer Recovery Support Specialist and Counselors who wish to understand & help clients individually or in a group setting.

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