CFI Training Program

This course has been approved by Baystate Recovery Services, LLC, as a NAADAC Approved Education Provider, for educational credits. NAADAC Provider #185919, Baystate Recovery Services, LLC is responsible for all aspects of the programing. The NAADAC Approved Education Provider emblem signifies that an organization has voluntarily opened its educational programs to examination by NAADAC and the National Certification Commission for Addiction Professionals (NCC AP) for content applicability to state and national certification standards.

 

Next Training (July 16-18th 2021)

Baystate Recovery Center – Beverly, MA 01915

Call 800-270-2302 with questions or register using the button below

CFI - CERTIFIED FAMILY-FOCUSED INTERVENTION TRAINING PROGRAM

Are you ready to find out how you can become a trained CFI?

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Helping Others

Learn about the Intervention process and how it can be used to help those struggling individuals and families who may not be able to help themselves

Excellence in Service

Become certified by Baystate Recovery Services in the CFI model of intervention, and show others your continued commitment to excellence.

Professional Experience

Learn about the CFI model of intervention from an experienced intervention team, and add this option to your existing practice.

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Can we host a CFI Training at our treatment program?

We offer various on-site CFI Training options.

Closed On-Site CFI-Training

we offer 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, along with other licensing and certification options. 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).

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Open On-Site CFI-Training

We offer 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, along with other licensing and certification options. 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.

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What does becoming CFI Certified mean for me?

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.

Will I be able to perform interventions after this training?

Although some students may have previous education and experience, others may not. Our training should serve as a part of a larger educational experience for intervention work, and should not be considered as a stand alone training providing intervention credentials.

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.

For those individuals seeking their CIP certification (Certified Intervention Professional) please visit the PCB (Pennsylvania Certification Board) website www.pacertboard.org to learn about the additional requirements you must fulfill in order to complete your CIP certification.

Are there scholarships available for this training?

Unfortunately, we do not provide scholarships for this training yet. We do however, offer group rates and other discounted rates for individuals and industry professionals to attend. If you or your employer would like more information they can reach out to us directly to discuss the per-person rates.

If my goal is to provide interventions, what steps should I take?

We would recommend that you review the CIP guidelines, as they provide a detailed outline of the path ahead for interested professionals.

For those individuals seeking their CIP certification (Certified Intervention Professional) please visit the PCB (Pennsylvania Certification Board) website www.pacertboard.org to learn about the additional requirements you must fulfill in order to complete your CIP certification.

How this training could help you professionally?
  • Begin your journey toward becoming a BRS Trained Family-Focused Interventionist
  • Get 24 PCB, NAADAC, & NASW approved CE’s toward re-certification for your existing professional credentials or CIP certification
  • Learn new and effective ways to help your clients and their families
  • Add to your existing skill-sets as a practicing professional/interventionist
  • Bring alternative methods of intervention into your practice or program
CFI-Training process learning objectives
  • Understanding Intervention (why and how they work)
  • Using the various models effectively (surprise/invitational)
  • Integrating the CFI model into your existing approaches
  • Setting up your practice for success (client relations)
  • Pre / Intra / Post-intervention work with families (role-play)
  • How to identify quality treatment options for your clients
  • Ethics in the industry (how they apply to you)
  • Extended education & support, and why it is so important

CFI Supervision – Extended Education & Support

CFI 90-day Supervision – Extended education & support program (prerequisites for participation)

Successfully complete initial 3-Day CFI training process (within 2 years)

Seeking additional support for their practice as a CFI trained interventionist

Participants in our 3-day intensive training are not required to utilize the (EES) portion of our training process; however, those participants will not be able to declare or advertise themselves as a CFI certified interventionist until the (EES) portion has been completed to the satisfaction of BRS staff, and the individual is

Individual Supervision Hours

Individual supervision hours can be available for students with a CIP during the 90-days after completing our CFI-Training. These individual supervision hours can include case review, intervention prep with families, and the practical application of these tools to perform interventions. For additional individual supervision hours beyond the 90-days included in this process, please call for pricing.

For those individuals seeking their CIP certification (Certified Intervention Professional) please visit the PCB (Pennsylvania Certification Board) website www.pacertboard.org to learn about the additional requirements you must fulfill in order to complete your CIP certification.

The Baystate Recovery Services CFI-Training program has been approved by NASW for those individuals seeking Social Worker CE’s
(Please check with your state chapter to ensure that national approval is recognized)
 
“This program is Approved by the National Association of Social Workers (Approval # 886791482-5264) for 24 continuing education contact hours.”

This course has been approved by Baystate Recovery Services, LLC, as a NAADAC Approved Education Provider, for educational credits. NAADAC Provider #185919, Baystate Recovery Services, LLC is responsible for all aspects of the programing.

The NAADAC Approved Education Provider emblem signifies that an organization has voluntarily opened its educational programs to examination by NAADAC and the National Certification Commission for Addiction Professionals (NCC AP) for content applicability to state and national certification standards.

 

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