Helping Men Recover Training
While men’s addiction and mental health treatment has been quite successful there is great room for improvement. This new framework, developed by Mr. Griffin and colleagues, integrates the latest thinking on addiction and recovery, relational cultural theory, male psychological development, and trauma. Current treatment models and theories fail to adequately consider the relational needs of men; often omit a clear understanding of the impact of the socialization process on men; fall short of adequately addressing the impact of abuse and trauma that is so strongly linked with addiction and the life of the male addict; and often ignore any social context and/or the consequences of political, social, and economic power. Attendees will also have the opportunity to go through many of the exercises from the curriculum, Helping Men Recover.
2 Track option
Day 1 only is open to 115 attendees will provide overview of male-responsive trauma-informed care theory and practice skills to work more effectively with men. $99 for 6.5 CEU’s.
Day 1, 2, & 3 will provide overview or male-responsive trauma informed care theory and practice skills. This full 3 day training will provide clinicians with an experiential learning of the Helping Men Recover curriculum that will prepare them to facilitate this groundbreaking 18 session curriculum. $399 for 21 CEU’s.