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Recovery-Oriented Approach Online Course

​Description

This course is part of the Concurrent Disorders Certificate and is intended for mental health, addiction and allied health professionals who have completed the Concurrent Disorders Core Course and who have experience working with clients with concurrent disorders.  The course aims to help these learners further their understanding of the recovery-oriented apporach.  Most of the content is applicable not just to recovery from both mental illness and substance use issues, but also to recovery from either one or the other.  This seven-week course consists of seven modules, allowing learners to focus on one module per week.

Learning Objectives

  • Recognize the philosophical foundations of recovery in mental health and addiction practice.
  • Apply the principles of recovery to client interactions.
  • Explain the importance of culturally competent care in recovery.
  • Describe particular considerations related to working with recovering clients from certain diverse population groups.
  • Describe how the recovery approach applies to the assessment process.
  • Identify characteristics of an individualized care plan.
  • Describe various types of strategies for recovery care.
  • Explain how a strengths-based approach relates to recovery.
  • Describe the importance of building support systems into the recovery process.
  • Reflect on ethical practice in recovery care, including the role of clinicians' values.
  • Apply the CLEOS approach to determine ethically strong responses to conflicts and issues.

 


Delivery Method

Online

Cost

$350

 
We apologize for the inconvenience.
 
Refunds for advance (prior to start date) cancellation will be subject to an administrative fee of $50.00.
 
Withdrawals from a course are accepted within one week from the course's start date and is subject to an administrative fee of $100.00

 

Cancellation notice must be communicated in writing by email.
 

Requirements/Prerequisites

 
This course can be taken alone; however, it qualifies as an elective for the Concurrent Disorders Certificate Program.
 
Electives must be taken within a four-year period after completing the core course; any courses taken prior to the core program will not count toward the certificate.
 
Participants will need to either re-take those courses or select electives that they have not previously taken.
 
The Concurrent Disorders Core Course must be taken first and then you will need to complete only 2 electives (listed below):
 

 

Certification/Credits

 

This course can be taken alone; however, it qualifies as an elective for the Concurrent Disorders Certificate Program.

 

Accreditation

 
This course can be taken alone; however, it qualifies as an elective for the Concurrent Disorders Certificate Program.

 

Affilliation/Partnership

University of Toronto 

 

Registration


October 5 - November 20, 2015

Please click on the link below to register:



Contact

Robyn Steidman

Education Assistant

416-535-8501 x36640

robyn.steidman@camh.ca

 

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