Upcoming trainings for those who wish to become certified Relapse Prevention Therapy Specialists.
Relapse Prevention Counseling Certification School
July 19-21, 2017
Detroit Recovery Project
Westside Recovery Resource Center
1145 West Grand Boulevard
Detroit, Michigan 48208
9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Contact: Paris Simpson – 313-365-3106
Participants are encouraged to use the GORSKI CENAPS ROOM BLOCK. Please reserve by March 18th, 2018.
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Terence T. Gorski developed the Relapse Prevention Therapy (44 ceus) Training to address the relapse process. This training will rank among the most comprehensive and effective that you have ever experienced. It is an advanced clinical skills training designed for professional therapists who are good and want to get better. Dr. Grinstead has been personally mentored by Mr. Gorski and authorized to teach this vitally important training.
Over the past 40 years research has clearly shown that relapse is a process that begins long before recovering people start using alcohol or other drugs. Alcohol and drug use do not mark the beginning of the relapse process—it is the final stage. Alcohol and drug use is just the final step in an ongoing relapse process. The relapse process begins as recovering people begin using thoughts, feelings, and behaviors that create so much pain and problems that self-medication with alcohol and other drugs seems like a good choice.
"This was a major turning point in both my pesonal and professional life."
“This is the best program I have ever attended. Before this i thought I knew what good training looked and felt like. I was wrong. This training experience set a new standard."
“This material will benefit me in all aspects of my personal and professional life.
"I’ve gained an insight about the way I’m dealing with myself and my recovery.”
"I have found new ways to to help people to move forward in recovery and avoid relapse."
“I can start using these tools immediately. Thank you.”
|“The CENAPS Corporation is an NBCC-Approved Continuing Education Provider (ACEP) and may offer NBCC-approved clock hours for events that meet NBCC requirements. The ACEP solely is responsible for all aspects of the program.”|