Continuing Education Event – Intervention Theories and Practices – webinar – 1/27/2021
This 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 has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 7002. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. Recovery Centers of America is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs. This course qualifies for 2 credit hours.
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.
A Chester County, PA native, he also is an Advisory Board Officer with the Chester County Chapter of PRO-ACT and serves the Young People In Recovery (YPR) Philadelphia Chapter.
His educational background includes a Bachelor’s degree from University of Tennessee and he has completed over 400 hours of Pennsylvania Certification Board approved Education Hours.