Intervention Training 101 Sponsorship
What we offer our Sponsors
- One commentary attendance to the full three-day training.
- A representative from your business presenting your program for 20 minutes. Also, the representative can attend the full three-day training if they so desire.
- A professional representative from your program will speak on a specialty topic of their choice for one hour.
- The professional presenting for the one hour will be recognized with their bio and picture on the flier, and the programs logo will be added.
Interventions 101 Training Description
Interventions 101 course work introduces terms and concepts and then lays out the steps necessary to achieve national certification for those aspiring to become a Certified Intervention Professional or assist as supportive team members.
CEO Patricia Pike and Ed Storti is an approved education provider through the Pennsylvania Certification Board (PCB), and Canadian Addiction Counsellors Certification Federation (CACCF) also we are in the process of obtaining CEUs from California Consortium of Addiction Programs (CCAPP).
Intervention Training & Case Management 101Course is a three day, six-module comprehensive practical intervention training course offering 21 CEU’s. This training can also support people that may not want to be an interventionist, but this training could also enlighten the attendees to other sectors of the professional industry such as: case management, sober companion, transport person, and/or persons working towards becoming a certified intervention professional.
Interventions 101 Training Courses Interventions 101 Training Courses are three-day orientation focusing on the principles, philosophies, and basics behind the most popular intervention disciplines utilized today.
- Our Interventions 101 Training Courses are beneficial for those working in the addiction, mental health, medical, legal and first responder fields. Interventions 101 gives a broad overview of what is to be expected, how best to assist in the intervention process as well as introduces resources and associations.
- Interventions 101 course work introduces terms and concepts and then lays out the steps necessary to achieve national certification for those aspiring to become a Certified Intervention Professional or assist as supportive team members.
Attendees include admissions counselors, discharge planners, family therapist, primary therapists, sober companions and transport person, detox support workers, addiction counselors, support workers, medical personnel, first responders, and interventionist.
Intervention Training Modules
Module One: This module introduces various intervention approaches focusing on the principles and philosophies of interventions.
Module Two: This module provides an overview of the framework for pre-and-post practical skills for interventions and case management.
Module Three: This module outlines the patterns and traits of addiction & mental health and how they affect individuals and their families.
Module Four: This module provides an overview of clinical assessments, mental health diagnoses, addictions, and treatment.
Module Five: This module provides information on ethical laws and practices, professional organizations, and how to obtain a Certified Intervention Professional (CIP) certification.
Module Six: This module provides a brief introduction to business development and the importance of building and maintaining professional relationships.