Training & Education

 

Professional training courses provided

 

Click on a title for more information

  • A Framework for Recovery

  • A Framework for Recovery (Supervisory Training)

  • Open Recovery/Families Helping Families

  • Helping Families Cope With the Disease of Addiction Through Intervention

  • Clinical Intervention Helping the Client Who Does Not Wish to Be Helped

  • Cognitive Restructuring for Criminal Justice & the D&A Client

  • Seeds for Success

  • On Solid Ground (Adolescent Specific)

  • Anger Management

  • Recovery Court/Relapse Prevention

  • The Hijacked Brain

  • Conflict Resolution

  • Clinical Intervention Series for Professionals

 

Open Recovery/Families Helping Families

 

Families Helping Families is a community service education program offered free to the public and interested professionals.

 

Family Helping Families

Community Education for those struggling with Addiction, Co-dependency, and Mental Health issues

 

Locations:
 

Mondays 6:30 - 8:00 pm

Trinity Lutheran Church
2000 Chestnut Street Camp Hill, PA
Room 228

 

Tuesdays 6:30 - 8:00 pm

Episcopal Church of john The Baptist
140 North Beaver Street York, PA
Guild Hall

 

Thursdays 6:30 - 8:00 pm
Faith United Christ Church
21 Faith Drive Hazleton, PA
Room 5 - 7

 

PROGRAM FORMAT:
The first hour will be an educational presentation on aspects of the illness of chemical dependency and/or the impact upon families. The purpose of the presentation being to answer questions and offer possible solutions.

The second hour will be dedicated to the audience breaking into small groups to discuss the information that was offered during the first hour and how they may apply it to their individual situation.

The program is ongoing and open ended thus allowing an individual to come into the program at any time and attend future sessions as long as they may desire.

 

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