Date & Time
Tuesday, January 28, 2020 8:30 am
Ends at 12:15 PM
Recovery Centers of America at Danvers
75 Lindall St.
This free training includes a combination of lecture, participant brainstorming and self-assessment. This training will offer an introduction to different models of intervention and basic skills necessary for an interventionist.
• Identify common myths & risk factors associated with Substance Use Disorders
• Identify common models of intervention
• Identify the RCA model of intervention
• Identify common challenges associated with interventions
• Identify PCB ethical standards for certified interventionists
Recovery Centers of America is a NAADAC approved education provider (#155307). This course qualifies for 3 contact hours. NAADAC approved CE(s) are accepted by most state licensing and certification boards. Please contact your credentialing board or visit NAADAC’s website for CE acceptance information: www.naadac.org/naadac-ce-acceptance.
Robert Strauber, CIP, CAI-II, CFRS, CRS
Rob Strauber is a Nationally Certified Intervention Professional, ARISE Invitational Interventionist and Certified Recovery Specialist. As a person in long term recovery, Rob has witnessed first-hand the devastation that Substance Use Disorder can bring to the individual and their families. Rob works at Recovery Centers of America as an interventionist, family change agent, and an advocate for recovery. The need for a professional to help guide a family through a process of intervention, education and recovery can be very valuable by getting ahead of the addiction and helping the afflicted individual access treatment often times before they are actually “ready” or “hit bottom”. Rob has performed over 800 interventions to date.
Ashley Fuery, CFRS
With over a decade of experience in the Mental Health & Human Services field, Ashley Fuery has been trained in many crisis de-escalation techniques, including NAPPI, NVPI, TCI, and CPI. She excels at building an appropriate, trusting rapport with her clients, as her passion for helping people with mental health and substance abuse drives her motivation. Ashley is a big advocate of treating patients alongside of their families. It’s easy to forget who the person struggling with addiction was before their disease – Ashley’s goal is to rediscover that person on their way to recovery and mend the family.