What to expect
The Couple Recovery Checklist below (available as a free download), provides the structure for the class. Each lesson addresses at least one of the checklist categories providing media presentations and a “Call To Action” challenge for students to better integrate the concepts in the blueprint. The course includes 60 minutes of video and audio presentations, plus additional reading and activities designed to help students begin to integrate the concepts into clinical practice.
Why A Relational Approach to Recovery?
Partners impacted by an addictive disorder, or any other major health or mental health disorder are often separated in treatment models that emphasize individual recovery (or therapy) before starting any couples work. Unfortunately, health and mental health professions may not know that the stress and trauma experienced in addiction not only follows partners into recovery, but the stress and trauma of recovery brings a new set of problems and difficulties that couples are often unprepared to deal with. Research indicates that a stable significant-other relationship is the single biggest predictor of successful long-term recovery.
Who Is This Class For?
- Marriage and Family Therapists
- Licensed Professional Counselors
- Addiction Counselors and Certified Addiction Professionals
- Addiction Medicine Specialists
- Social Workers
- Clinical Directors in treatment programs and clinics
- Health care providers
- Mental health professionals
Note: Access to this class is available for 60 days from registration date. If you don’t finish the class or you want to take the class again, you will need to enroll again at the listed price.