Providing NAADAC Approved Continued Education for all levels of staff and program employment
Admission staff are the first staff to interact with clients and their families. Having a variety of tools to choose from can be the difference when trying to admit a client.
Fielding phone calls from clients and families creates a unique opportunity to provide support and guidance at critical moments prior to and after admitting into treatment
Therapists, counselors, psychiatrists, after-care coordinators, and family therapists, all play a very large role in the continuum of care and how the family understands their role.
Our on-site training options provide program-specific supports designed to focus on the various needs of the staff or administrators particpating. No two trainings will be the same, and everyone will walk away with new tools to aid in their fight against addiction.
– Michael Wilson. Co-owner, Director of Family Services – Baystate Recovery Services, LLC.
On-Site Training – Registration Options
Groups up to
The Standard Training Option allows for groups of up to eight administrators and staff to participate in the BRS On-Site training process.
Groups up to
The Mid-Level Training Option allows for groups of up to sixteen administrators and staff to participate in the BRS On-Site training process.
Groups up to
The Enterprise Training Option allows for groups of up to twenty-four administrators and staff to participate in the BRS On-Site training process.
Direct value for administration and all staffing
In addition to the NAADAC approved CE credits, the on-site training provides supervision for each participant. We offer continued education on a variety of relevant subjects applicable throughout the continuum of care.
Having an improved understanding of family dynamics and the tools that interventionists use to guide families and individuals through treatment is an invaluable toolbox for all staff to possess.
Bringing the BRS Training program directly to your staff will give our facilitators the chance to personalize the training, offering specific tools and insights most relevant to your staff and their interaction with clients.
How to REGISTER for a training?
Registering for an on-site CEU training program
Contact Us –
You first step would be to contact us to discuss your plans, your venue, and the type of staff that you would like to attend so that we can help you identify your needs and which training might be best for you.
Choose your training option –
Choose the type of training that you are interested in from our list of pre-approved CEU programs, choose to create a customized program, or a combination of trainings for your staff.
Register for the chosen training –
Once you have chosen your training option, you will need to register and send payment in order to secure dates and begin the scheduling process.
Promote the training –
If this training is open to the the public, you will need to promote the training to start the public registration process. An email campaign, or social media blast coordinated with BRS to help potential students find the registration process.
Coordinate with BRS prior to the training dates –
You will want to make sure that your program has a staff member that can act as a point person who can coordinate with our facilitators and ensure that all program requirements have been met prior to the training dates.
If you have additional questions please CONTACT US
If you would like to download our PDF Training Outline, you can do so by CLICKING HERE
CFI - Intervention Training Program (24 CEU's)
CFI – Certified Family-Focused Intervention Training
As an approved education provider for NAADAC, the PCB (Pennsylvania Certification Board) and the NASW (National Association of Social Workers) we offer our students a thorough and intensive education on our model of intervention.
Our CFI training offers certification in our model of intervention only, and is one of the many training options that an Interventionist, or interested individual, may have on their journey toward attaining their CIP credential.
We highly recommend additional trainings, supervision, and eventually the pursuit of the CIP credential through the PCB (Pennsylvania Certification Board) prior to performing independent intervention services.
Closed On-Site CFI-Training – $10,000 Flat rate + travel
Baystate Recovery Services offers select treatment programs with a closed (on-site) CFI-Training option. This training is a live (on-site) presentation, providing 24 PCB, NAADAC, and NASW approved CE’s that can be used toward initial certification or re-certification for CIP through the PA Certification Board. This option is provided as a three-day training conference at the venue of your choosing, or it can be broken down into one day per week trainings that can take place over the course of three consecutive weeks (certain location conditions apply).
We must have at least 30-day’s notice prior to any training to submit for CE approval. This time also offers our clients and their program the chance to enroll as many staff/students as allowed to lower the per-person cost for the program.
Open On-Site CFI-Training – $4,000 Flat rate + travel
Baystate Recovery Services offers select treatment programs the opportunity to host an open CFI-Training option. This training is a live (on-site) presentation, providing 24 PCB, NAADAC, and NASW approved CE’s that can be used toward initial certification or re-certification for CIP through the PA Certification Board. This option is provided as a three-day training conference at the venue of your choosing. This training also comes with 4 training seats for any staff or special guests of the program, that would like to attend.
Hosting program will have the chance to give tours and discuss their treatment program, in depth, to students.
We must have at least 30-day’s notice prior to any training to submit for CE approval.
Hosting program must be able to guarantee 6 training seats, in addition to the 4 seats reserved for the program, at $1,200 per seat.
Hosting Program responsibilities:
The hosting program will provide the following
- A venue for each day of the training (3-days / 24 hours + breaks)
- Advertising /publicity if the event is open to the public
- 10 student guarantee – open or closed training
- Morning and afternoon meals and refreshments for student and facilitators
- Names and emails for registered participants within one week prior to the training
- Appropriate space for presentations (projector screen / Whiteboard / room for role-play)
CFI facilitators responsibilities:
The CFI training program will provide the following
- All training material (workbooks, handouts, certificates, PowerPoint, etc)
- 24 hours (3-days) interactive / comprehensive training for staff/students
- Certificates of completion (PCB – NAADAC – NASW CE Credit)
- 90-days of extended education and group supervision
Our on-site training program is set with a limit of 16 participants to ensure that each individual participant gets the appropriate amount of student – facilitator attention. Each individual will have the chance to showcase and explore their comprehension of the training material through our intensive mock intervention setting on day three.
This program-specific training will ensure that each participant gets the most out of what is being offered, and can find the most effective way to integrate the learned material into their own position within the program.
Travel expenses will be applied in certain situations if the training requires our facilitator(s) to secure lodging or travel outside of the local 50-mile radius – MA, NH, RI, ME area.
CFI - Alternative/Adolescent Intervention Training (8 CEU's)
Alternatives to intervention – Creating multiple pathways
The AIN is designed to help engage and support family systems struggling with a child or loved ones SUD or behavioral issues. This outpatient (@ home/school) option will only be suitable for a specific percentage of the SUD / behavioral health population not struggling with severe or acute symptoms requiring immediate medical attention.
A structured family systems approach to substance use and behavioral issues. When traditional confrontational intervention methods are not applicable, practicing professionals must have alternative options available that can provide similar results for the family. The AIN will offer multiple points of contact with the family, along with their child or loved one.
This one-day (8hr) training is recommended for any practicing professional working directly with, or providing resources for, families and individuals struggling with SUD or behavioral issues.
This includes; Therapists, Social Workers, Psychiatrists, Psychologists, Interventionists, LMFT, Family Coaches, Case Managers, Counselors, etc.
BRS - Supporting Family Systems (4 CEU's)
Supporting Family Systems – (4 Hour training)
A Family-Focused approach toward addiction recovery support services.
The Family-Focused approach is designed to creating healthier family systems that support long-term recovery. We can help engage and strengthen family systems struggling with a child or loved ones SUD or behavioral issues. This supportive and educational approach can be used by all practitioners holding any level of previous education and training. It can be used to reinforce existing programs, prevent gaps in service, and reduce AMA/ASA rates.
A structured family systems approach to substance use and behavioral issues. When traditional confrontational intervention methods are not applicable, practicing professionals must have alternative options available that can provide similar results for the family. The Family-Focused approach will offer multiple points of contact with the family system to create change.
This half-day (4hr) training is recommended for any practicing professional working directly with, or providing resources for, families and individuals struggling with SUD or behavioral issues. This includes; Therapists, Social Workers, Psychiatrists, Psychologists, Interventionists, LMFT, Family Coaches, Case Managers, Counselors, etc.