INAUGURAL INTERVENTIONIST TRAINING for AIS / BRI-1
Training dates: x xxxx15,16,17 October 2010
Location: xxxxxx xxx The Sloane Club, Chelsea, London
Subsidised rate: x xxx £300 for the three days' training
Trainers: xxxxx xxxx Southworth Associates and Intervention 911
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx with the Addiction Recovery Foundation
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REHABS: MEET PRIVATE-PAY REFERRERS
While your staff train, they meet more interventionists who can refer clients to your recovery facility.
THERAPISTS: GET A SECOND STRING TO YOUR BOW
* Addiction therapists and counsellors can learn more skills to guide the most reluctant substance and behavioural addicts into optimal treatment.
* In these times of redundancy, counsellors can soar on a second career as an interventionist.
PURPOSES OF TRAINING:
* Interventionist training recognised by the Association of Intervention Specialists.
* Founding of the International Association of Intervention Specialists:
participants will have the opportunity to discuss the establishment of an international arm of AIS, for which this training is the inaugural step;
and to put forward their names as founder members.
16 CEUs minimum, recognised by IC&RC –
14 CEUs are required to become a member of AIS.
We thank the SPONSORS helping the charity to raise standards
and subsidising training places:
Trainer 1: John Southworth refers more clients in a year than could fill all the rehab beds in the UK. Click here for more details.
Organiser: Deirdre Boyd (pictured with John, right) is CEO of the Addiction Recovery Foundation, editor of Addiction Today and organiser of UKESAD. She is known as a champion of organisations and professionals helping vulnerable people into recovery from addiction.