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The Business of Recovery Coaching

Build Your Recovery Coaching Business with Knowledge to Help You Elevate Your Impact and Income!

Impact, Income, Independence:

Stop Us if any of this sounds familiar:

You know you can make a difference in the recovery community BUT you also have to keep the light on and don’t know how to start or run a business

Recovery Business Workshop

You have a business idea BUT you don’t have a safe space to explore it, which stops you from getting the support YOU NEED

You need clarity on your idea in a safe space to combine your purpose and passion to be profitable while still aligning with your integrity, capacity, and capabilities.

You are ready to combine your personal and professional experience to make a bigger impact BUT you’re not sure how to turn this into a business or career that supports you and those you want to help.

You're a realist who understands the constraints of resources. You're conflicted about the time spent helping others impacting your financial stability, BUT deep down you know there's a harmonious way to balance both

You believe in more than just profits; you believe in purpose BUT don’t know how to create a business that not only uplifts you but also empowers others.

Recovery Business Workshop

Thankfully there is a SOLUTION

You're not alone; we're here to support and uplift you on this journey.

Let’s delve into a different, more nurturing approach to kickstart your entrepreneurial journey in the realm of recovery coaching.

 

Join us for a transformative online workshop, where the dynamic duo – Business Growth Strategist, Caron Pollard, and the trailblazing Founder and CEO of Recovery Coach Academy, Naetha Uren – guide you through a hands-on, practical experience.

 

Let's collaboratively explore the depths of your purpose-driven business idea, seamlessly building upon your recovery coaching expertise.

WHEN: May 2, 2024 11am – 4pm

WHERE: ONLINE (Note Spaces are Limited)

Recovery Business Workshop

Your dreams are worth nurturing, and we're here to help them flourish.

Meet your guides to success

Caron
Caron Pollard

Meet Caron Pollard, a seasoned business growth expert with over 20 years of industry experience. Renowned as a Fractional Chief Strategy Officer, often dubbed the "Mini CEO" by clients, Caron has successfully scaled businesses for corporations and industry leaders. As part of the top 1% of qualified global digital marketers, she specializes in customer-centric growth strategies, bridging the gap between online and offline scalable business models. Her diverse clientele includes mission-driven SaaS platforms, creative agencies, and PLCs in construction. Partner with Caron for strategic insights that elevate your business to new heights.

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Naetha
Naetha Uren

Meet Naetha Uren, the CEO of Recovery Coach Academy, blending over a decade of leadership in multi-million-pound businesses with a deep understanding of recovery coaching. Since 2020, she's led the only authorized CCAR facilitators in the UK, providing CCAR and CPD accredited training for aspiring recovery coaches. As a Recovery Coach Professional (RCP) and Facilitator, RCP-F©, Naetha brings a unique fusion of corporate expertise and heartfelt dedication to her role. Her transformative approach aims to empower individuals to launch successful recovery coaching businesses. Globally recognized for her leadership and advocacy, Naetha is a sought-after speaker and trainer, passionately fostering community within the recovery space.

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Building Success, One Act of Compassion at a Time.

Clarity Unleashed: Discover your powerful 'why' for a purpose-driven coaching practice.

Impact Mastery: Learn to create a transformative impact in recovery coaching.

Profit with Purpose: Master balancing profit and purpose for rewarding entrepreneurship.

Strategic Alignment: Align your business model seamlessly with your passion.

Tailored Support: Crafted for those committed to all-in support in recovery.

Empowerment Action: Crafted for those committed to all-in support in recovery.

Practical Guidance: Get hands-on insights for starting your recovery-based business.

Recovery Business Workshop

What you can expect from this workshop:

Practical advice, tools and information delivered in a clear manner that supports your personal journey to turn your idea into a business

Exploring topics around value and marrying profit with purpose, truly understanding who you’re serving, your unique offering and positioning.

Opportunity to bring your ideas to the table and discuss with likeminded individuals who want to make a bigger impact

Interactive collaborative peer support in a Small intimate Group

Customised Resources and support on the day and after to support your next steps

PLUS- Free accountability follow up session

  • Recovery Coach Academy Training
    DAY ONE Read through Section One of your manual and complete the exercises on the following pages: Who Am I? (Page 6) Spectrum of Attitudes (Page 8) What is Recovery? Write your personal definition of recovery. (Page 9) Recovery Principles and Core Values (Page 13) List the positive and negative characteristics of a coach (Page 15) What is a Recovery Coach? (Page 17) Recovery Coach Self-Assessment (page 21) Journal Assignment - For Submission: Please tell us what you are hoping to gain from attending this training. Submit here. DAY TWO Read through Section Two of your manual and complete the assignments on the following pages: Complete the Values and Differences exercise (Pages 32-33) Read the Sexual Harassment Fact Sheet (Pages 36-37) Complete the Crisis Intervention Checklist (Page 38-39) Words to Abandon/Celebrate (Page 43) Complete the Sharing Your Story exercise (Page 44-45) Complete the Issues of Self-Disclosure exercise (page 46-47) Journal Assignment - For Submission: Read the following article beginning on page 3 in the Additional Materials section of your manual: Sponsor, Recovery Coach and Addiction Counselor: The Importance of Role Clarity and Role Integrity” by William White and share your thoughts. Submit here. DAY THREE Write down any questions you may have from reflecting on Session Two to share with your facilitator. My Experience with Change (page 57) Review the Stages of Change (pages 58-63) Read the following article in the Additional Materials section of your manual: “The Language of Recovery” (page 37) and “A Message of Tolerance and Celebration” (page 39) Journal Assignment - For Submission: Watch the Q&A video Bill White conducted at the conference, Multiple Pathways of Recovery, hosted by CCAR in May 2016 and share your thoughts. Submit here. DAY FOUR Write down any questions you may have from reflecting on Session Three to share with your facilitator. Generate a list of internal and external resources you can draw on to initiate and sustain recovery. (Page 81) Complete the Seven Dimensions of Wellness tool (Page 97) Read the following article (page 55) in the Additional Materials section of your manual: “Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack” by Peggy McIntosh Complete the White Privilege Checklist Watch the video, The CCAR Experience Journal Assignment - For Submission: Watch the video, Power and Privilege and share your thoughts. Submit here. DAY FIVE Write down any questions you may have from reflecting on Session Four to share with your facilitator. Journal Assignment - For Submission: Read the following articles (pages 61, 63 and 67) in the Additional Materials section of your manual: “Peer Recovery Coaching”, “Stigma and Recoveryism, "Stay in Your Lane” and share your thoughts. Submit here.
  • Spirituality for Recovery Coaches
    DAY ONE Write terms and phrases you associate with Spirituality (Page 7) Using the guiding questions of page 8, write your own Personal Definition of Spirituality (Page 9) Complete the find someone who exercise using your own personal connections, friends, and family (Page 11) Write down your Personal Beliefs (Page 12) Journal Assignment - For Submission: What drove you to want to attend this class? Submit here. DAY TWO Research your pathway Complete the letter on page 19 Review Recovery Coach questions (Page 24) Review Spirituality Identity Cards Bring a personal item to share Journal Assignment - For Submission: Of the passages on page 20, which one speaks to you and why? Submit here.
  • Recovery Coaching and Professionalism
    DAY ONE Review your manual, Learning Objectives and the Day One Agenda, write down any questions for your facilitator (Page 1-3) Complete the worksheet on page 5, Including a definition for Professionalism. Complete the worksheet on pages 12-13, Etiquette. Also read accompanying article on pages 34-35 Read: COMMONSTRENGTH: BUILDING LEADERS, TRANSFORMING RECOVERY by Tom Hill Journal Assignment - For Submission: Read the article on Communication on pages 36-37. Why do you think it is important for Recovery Coaches to have an understanding of these modern communication do's and don'ts? Submit here. DAY TWO Please review the Day Two Agenda, write down any questions for your facilitator. Complete the "How Reliable Am I?" (Page 19) Write a SMART Goal for improving this area (Page 21) Complete the Organization Checklist (Pages 28-30) Please read THE THREATS OF ANTI-PROFESSIONALISM AND PROFESSIONALISM By WILLIAM WHITE. Journal Assignment - For Submission: Pick one of the two scenarios on page 26 and share how you would respond in that situation. Submit here.
  • Recovery Coaching in the Emergency Department
    DAY ONE Review of the day one agenda and learning objectives Watch the EDRC Video Review the Recovery Coach Roles (Pages 7-8) Write your IDEAL EDRC job description (Pages 10-11) Review Staying in Your Lane module (Page 12-14) Write down any questions you may have for the facilitator Journal Assignment - For Submission: Based on what you have read what do you believe are the most utilized roles in an Emergency department and why? Submit here. DAY TWO Read through the section on Motivational Interviewing (Pages 19-22) Read Stages of Change (Pages 23-26) Complete the Compassion Fatigue worksheet (Page 26) Read 923 Blog post (Pages 31-32) Review the Additional Materials Section Write down any questions you may have for the facilitator Journal Assignment - For Submission: What would be the top three priorities in order to implement a program like this is your organization, state, community? Submit here.
  • Ethical Considerations for Recovery Coaches
    DAY ONE Review the learning objectives and the day one agenda (Page 1-3) Complete "What are Ethics?" (Page 5) Review the Ethical Terms (Page 9-10) Review Recovery Coach Roles and write down which ones you think are ethically challenging and why (Page 13-14) Write down any questions you may have for the facilitator Journal Assignment - For Submission: Watch this short video, and read this blog post - what are your thoughts about Friend vs. Coach? Submit here. DAY TWO Review the day two agenda (Page 21) Complete the Case Study (Page 23) Review Ethical Assumptions (Page 25-26) Review the Core Recovery Values and Ethical Conduct (Page 27-28) Review the Peer-Based Model of Ethical Decision Making (Page 37) Write down any questions you have have for the facilitator Journal Assignment - For Submission: Read the Case Study on Page 38 and share how you used the form to review this situation. Did you find it helpful? Why or Why not? Submit here. DAY THREE Review the Day Three Agenda and write down any questions for your facilitator (Page 47) Review the "Law and Peer-Based Recovery Support Services" (Pages 37-46 - back section of your manual) Journal Assignment - For Submission: What are your thoughts when you read the quote on Page 49: "We are ethically obligated to care for ourselves." Submit here.
  • Recovery Coaching Basics
    ONE DAY ONLY Review Zoom tutorial and test your equipment - found here Review the learning objectives (Page 1) Review agenda (Page 3) Review Spectrum of Attitudes (Page 8), answer the corresponding questions (Page 9) Complete A Place for Elephants (Page 13) Complete My Experience with Change (Page 20) Write down your personal definition of Recovery (Page 24) Complete the exercise on Multiple Pathways of Recovery (Page 30) Write down any questions you have for the facilitator Journal Assignment - For Submission: Review Addiction (Pages 14-17), complete the corresponding questions. Submit here.
  • Coachervision
    DAY ONE Review the day one agenda and learning objectives Watch the Coachervision Video Complete the Accountability table (Page 5) Review Tuckman’s “Forming Storming Team Development Stages Model (Pages 15-16) Review RIGHT Blogpost on (Page 51) Review White, W. (2004). Recovery coaching: A lost function of addiction counseling? Counselor, 5(6), 20-22 Journal Assignment - For Submission: Read article on pages 10-13 Culture: Your Environment for People at Work and answer the questions on page 14 for your journal assignment. Submit here. DAY TWO Complete the table on pages 29-30, Coachervisor: What is my role? Read the Micromanagement article on pages 38 - 39 Take the Compassion Fatigue Test on pages 53-55 and tally your score Journal Assignment - For Submission: Read the article, Running on Empty (Pages 56-60). Using the questions on page 59, describe what your compassion fatigue toolkit would include. Submit here.
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