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Date: May 27, 2017 - Jun 4, 2017 Time: 10:00 am - 6:30 pm
Status: Open Registration Deadline: May 26, 2017
Trainers Name: Hamzah Alameen. Mhs, PMFT, D.Sc., Training Site: Crisiss Recovery Network - TAUBAH Recovery Training Academy Address:
462 Main Street
Second Floor Poughkeepsie, New York 12601 Dutchess County
Credit Hours: 30 Credit Types: CRPA, CARC Cost: $600 Manuals: Included Schedule:

COURSE DATES: MAY 27th & 28th JUNE 3rd & 4th 10 am to 6:30 pm
30 HRS. 2 WEEKENDS - SAT/SUN (two 15 min breaks and 30 min lunch break/refreshments available)
This course will prepare Recovery Navigators (working with vets) which are Recovery Coaches, CASAC, CPP, CPS and.or other behavioral health staff that work with veterans of the armed forces to better provide systemic recovery orientated care services to vets and their families. Learning RCA recovery values and recent (HOMEBASE) research concerning vets will allow counselors to become familiar with the demography, frequency, culture, etiology, course, and symptoms of PTSD among vets and its effects on their families.

Additional Information:

30 Hours CRPA/CARC re-certification credits

LEARNING OBJECTIVES: This course will highlight and inform learners to better understand the prevalence of PTSD among veterans and the relevance of the 3 Generational Model.

Learners will better understand dynamics of family and conjoint therapy, the guiding principles of recovery, PTSD and veteran family challenges, the 5 dimensions of social activity and the demographics related to veterans with PTSD comorbidities.

Learners will become familiar with Research Supporting;  the Conceptual Framework of Recovery-Oriented Systems of Car,
the Principles and Systems of Care Elements, the Principles of Recovery; the Systems of Care Elements and the Implementation of Recovery-Oriented Services and Systems of Care.

Learners will will explore; Veteran Family Demographics (e.g., 3 million pop; 22 veterans commit suicide daily), Systemic course of PTSD and family impact along with the Challenges in service provision and the 5-Dimensional Social System View, Veteran Based Recovery and Crisis Planning (V-WRAP).

Understanding the Dyad, Triangulation, Conjoint v. Disjoint family services, Symptoms associated with veterans, Addiction co-morbidity issues and Effects on  the Family (3 generational effect on spouses, mothers, children, and teens) will be developed.

The Complex Case Discussion will enable learners to better assess, plan, and refer clients to a menu of recovery pathways and options.

Contact Name: Kay alameen Contact Phone Number: (845) 750-8034 Contact Email Address: [email protected]