Mod 3: Mental Health & Process Addiction Intervention & Case Management, 8/2/19 – 8/4/19



Mod 3 – Mental Health & Process Addiction Intervention & Case Management

Date(s) – 8/2/19 – 8/4/19
8:00 am – 5:30 pm

BRC Recovery
Manor TX


Module Three

Co-Occurring Issues: Intervening and Long Term Support for issues besides Alcohol and Drugs

Drug and Alcohol addiction is not the only issue facing the families we work with.  Many have co-occurring mental health issues or process addictions that can make intervention and case management more complex and challenging.  Learn to identify, work with and support clients who have complex presentations. This Mod also features continued training on Motivational Interviewing techniques, clinical documentation and crisis intervention. 

Ken and Eric do a phenomenal job descriptively detailing the intervention process from start to finish. Because of this training I have been able to acquire my CIP certification, duplicate a post admission intervention strategy, as well as develop a ‘strengthening the family’ talk track that I use on a regular basis at my facility. It’s rich, comprehensive, and insightful. I have made close friends, learned about cutting edge treatment centers, and shared space with some of the most seasoned professionals in the field. I recommend this training not only to prospective interventionists, but to anyone who works in the behavioral health care field in general.

Chris ThigpenCIP, New Freedom Academy

We had the opportunity to attend the Recovery Resources Workshop created by Intervention911 a few months ago and are excited for the opportunity to return. This workshop provided education along with networking with individuals passionate in the field of addiction. It is unlike other conferences due to the intimidate small group setting. You will walk away with renewed excitement and lifelong friendships. In my opinion it is well worth the investment. You have fun while learning. Chelsea, Steven, Eric, Ken and the entire team at Ken Seeley Communities have the passion to fight this disease.

Kelly Reeves, RN Director, Destin Recovery & Addiction Treatment Center & South Walton Medical Group