CERTIFIED PEER RECOVERY SPECIALIST
CCM is an approved provider of continuing education by the Addiction Professionals Certification Board, Inc. with permission of the NJ Department of Consumer Affairs. CCM has been training students in this field for nearly a decade. Our programs and instructors are fully approved by the Addiction Professionals Certification Board.
CERTIFIED PEER RECOVERY SPECIALIST COURSE
This course will develop competence and skill in peer recovery support and peer delivered services in a variety of contexts: addiction crisis intervention, referral to treatment services and aftercare planning, prisoner re-entry, as well as non-clinical settings such as peer run recovery centers. Students who successfully complete this course will fulfill the curricula requirements for NJ state certification as a Certified Peer Recovery Specialist. AHP-342.
INSTRUCTOR: Patrick Roff MA, LCADC, CPRS, CPP
88260. 8 Sessions: 48 hours, CEU 4.8
DeMare Hall, DH 161
Time: 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m., Sat, Oct 26-Dec 21 (no class Nov 30)
CCM, in partnership with Creative Positive Expression Team, offers a unique opportunity for volunteers to be trained as facilitators for the Creative Positive Expression Program (CPEP). CPEP is a collaborative program for Drug Court’s adjudicated offenders. This multi-dimensional program of expression, including writing, poetry and art, allows Drug Court participants (adjudicated offenders) to develop and tap into new avenues of expression.
In this interactive, hands on program, you will have the opportunity to explore your own creative side. This program has positively affected the lives of hundreds of Drug Court participants working toward long term recovery and building a future without active addiction.
The operation of Drug Court, and assignment and management of volunteers, is under the oversight of the Drug Court. Volunteers may need to attend sessions during business hours however, there are many opportunities to fit most any schedule.
The course is spread over four sessions covering the following topics: the physiology and psychology of addiction, Drug Court’s role and mission, utilizing CPEP techniques for writing topics and graphic art assignments, the Jail Cell Presentation as a prevention tool, responsibilities and activities of a CPEP volunteer. The course material is participatory as well as interactive.
The program, Creative Positive Expression to Support Recovery from Substance Use Disorder, was founded in 2012 by Rebecca Conviser, (DLitt). AHP 162
INSTRUCTOR: Rebecca Conviser, DLitt, Eulena Horne, PharmD, and the Creative Positive Expression Team.
CPEP will offer its next training in Spring 2020