Become a Recovery Coach

Join the largest collective of women’s recovery coaches who are redefining recovery and creating transformative opportunities for women worldwide.

Become a Recovery Coach

Join the largest collective of women’s recovery coaches who are redefining recovery and creating transformative opportunities for women worldwide.

As a Recovery Coach, you play a critical role within a recovery-oriented system of care.

More than 41 million women in the US suffer from mental health issues and/or substance use disorder yet recovery solutions are most often developed for, and by, men.

Research shows that support from experientially qualified recovery coaches and community improves recovery capital, increases positive outcomes, and enhances the potential of long-term success in recovery.

As we continue to redefine recovery, we recognize that recovery exists on both a spectrum and a continuum. Recovery coaches contribute to a recovery-oriented system of care through a person-centered, strengths-based collaborative approach – meeting recovering women right where they are and connecting them to the essential support, resources, and communities they need to thrive.

We believe that every woman in or seeking recovery has a right to access this identity-based comprehensive care. We also believe that SHE RECOVERS® Coaches have the unique opportunity to make herstory and create a new paradigm for all women in or seeking recovery.

What is a recovery coach?

Recovery coaches use their lived experience to help those they serve navigate the ups and downs of recovery by providing emotional and informational support, delivering access to critical resources, and creating connections to community networks.

Recovery coaches do things like:

  • Inspire hope and motivate
  • Hold space and listen
  • Provide accountability
  • Aid in harm reduction and the prevention of recurrence of the substance use, trauma, and/or mental health issues faced by their clients
  • Help to identify recovery strengths and opportunities
  • Work in deep partnership with their clients
  • Co-create recovery plans with identified goals, personal growth, and self-actualization
  • Support clients to build their recovery capital
  • Guide those they serve to create highly personalized recovery patchworks

The coach-client relationship is a partnership that focuses on the personal expansion of the client. Using a highly individualized, solution-focused, and client led approach, together the coach and client invoke positive changes in service of the client and their needs. A recovery coach serves as a strengths-based collaborator, fellow traveller, deep listener, motivator, and mirror that can provide resources, accountability, and mentorship.

As a SHE RECOVERS Coach Designate you will be trained in the SHE RECOVERS Intentions & Guiding Principles which include early intervention, supporting individual pathways and patchworks of recovery, healing intergenerational traumas, holding space for other women, practicing radical self-love, and recovering out loud when ready – just to name a few.

Choose Your SHE RECOVERS® Coach Designation Pathway

New to Professional Recovery Coaching

Explore one of our pre-approved programs through SHE RECOVERS training partners The International Association of Professional Recovery Coaches, Holistic Coach Training Institute, Still Here Recovery Coaching and Jordan Peer Recovery Group.

Existing Recovery Coaches

Pre-qualify for our stand alone program if you have completed an equivalent minimum 80-hour recovery coach training program or hold a current ACC/Level 1 from ICF or a NBC-HWC credential.

You believe in redefining recovery and women-centered paths to healing.

You have wisdom, passion, and a desire to create opportunities for growth, transformation, and healing for others.

You can sense that the world is on the verge of a paradigm shift, a reimagining of existing recovery and treatment ideologies, structures, and systems. 

You are tired of recovery being a highly stigmatized, binary, black or white, either or paradigm

You know the path forward includes redefining recovery and the creation of comprehensive and individualized solutions for women in or seeking recovery.

You’re ready to become a recognized recovery coach known for creating profound change in the realm of  women’s recovery and the people you serve.

 

What our students are saying

“This program has deepened my own personal recovery and my approach to coaching. It has woven together the pieces of my recovery patchwork and fills my heart with gratitude.” – Mary

Elevate your work in the realm of recovery through education, evidence-based practices, and ongoing mentorship.

The SHE RECOVERS Coach Designation consists of a 12.5 hour comprehensive certification program for recovery coaches who desire to connect, support, and empower the women they serve in alignment with the SHE RECOVERS Intentions & Guiding Principles and inclusive, women-centered recovery community ethos.

As a SHE RECOVERS Coach you’ll be able to help women recognize their strengths, reconnect to their own innate wisdom, identify their values, set goals, realize their potential, and ultimately thrive in recovery.

Our Purpose

The primary purpose of this 12.5 hour SHE RECOVERS Coach Designation program is:

SUPPORT

Individuals to engage with women in or seeking recovery within our community through the well-established inclusive and identity based support groups.

INVITE

Recovery coaches to practice their skills and establish themselves as leaders in the women’s recovery movement through volunteering as facilitators of the SHE RECOVERS online gatherings and in-person sharing circles.

PROVIDE

Recovery coaches with a solid foundation in the SHE RECOVERS philosophy and inclusive, women-centered community ethos through an in-depth exploration of the SHE RECOVERS Intentions & Guiding Principles.

ENCOURAGE

Recovery coaches to examine and incorporate the SHE RECOVERS Intentions & Guiding Principles into their personal and professional practices.

CONNECT

Recovery coaches with like-hearted leaders in the women’s recovery movement through our professionals’ collective.

JOIN

THE LARGEST WOMEN’S RECOVERY MOVEMENT

SHE RECOVERS is currently the largest global recovery movement available to women in or seeking recovery and provides critical recovery support services within a recovery-oriented system of care.
As a SHE RECOVERS Coach, not only are you a part of this essential and expanding recovery network, but you and your business will be featured in our searchable professionals directory, where our community members actively go to find external professional support that they know is aligned with our mission, values, and intentions & guiding principles.

Meet Our Training Partners

The SHE RECOVERS Training Partners provide comprehensive and evidence-based coach training programs that are in alignment with the SHE RECOVERS Intentions & Guiding Principles. They meet our requirements for holistic programming and an individualized and trauma-informed approach to care.

Holistic Coach Training Institute
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 The International Association of Professional Recovery Coaches (IAPRC)
Jordan Peer Recovery Group
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Holistic Coach Training Institute

The vision of Holistic Coach Training Institute is to contribute to the global empowerment of Coaches and Coachees to realize and actualize their full potential in all areas of their lives, encompassing the mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual levels, through the power of Holistic Coaching.

The mission of Holistic Coach Training Institute is to train and empower conscious professionals to become informed and embodied Holistic Coaches who empower others to realize and actualize their full potential in all areas of their life encompassing the mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual levels.

In the Holistic Coach Certification Program you’ll learn how to foster heart-centered relationships that help coach and client access greater presence and intuition so that they can overcome perceived limitations to realize and actualize their full potential in all areas of life while being supported with awareness, action steps, planning, and accountability.

“Holistic Coach Training Institute sees you as whole, complete and resourceful right here, right now and believe you are fully capable of coming up with your own creative solutions while being supported by the coaching partnership. We experience you as the authority in your own life and enjoy collaborating in a co-creative process that supports you in honing the beliefs, values and strengths that enhance your potential both personally and professionally.”

  • The Certified Holistic Coach (CHC) program is a comprehensive 6 month coach-specific certification program that sets you up to become an ICF (International Coaching Federation) credentialed Coach.
  • Develop professional-level coaching skills through studying training materials, working with peer practice partners, and attending live online classes.
  • 60 hours of coach specific-training plus 10 additional hours of mentorship coaching.
  • You can purchase your SHE RECOVERS program through this training institute at the same time as your coach training.
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Still Here Recovery Coaching

Still Here Recovery Coaching’s sole aim is to train the best recovery coaches in Canada and everything they do is in service of that goal. With their in-person coach training, mentorship program and ethical considerations courses, they offer everything you need to become a master recovery coach.

Still Here has created this suite of trainings that, with the addition of the SHE RECOVERS Designation, will equip Canadian recovery coaches with all the skills and tools they need to become an integral part of a client’s recovery pathway.

This training suite includes:

Still Here Recovery Coach Training
This program is an intensive, in-person coach training that develops helpful effective attitudes, knowledge, and skills to guide, mentor, and support people along their chosen pathway of recovery. This five-day, forty-hour course has been modeled on the internationally recognized curriculum built by CCAR in the US and is recognized as the best available in Canada.
Modules include:
• Design thinking to build empathy
• Motivational interviewing skills practice
• Mindfulness of listening, developing your purpose
• Trauma-informed practice and boundaries

Mentorship program
Beyond the initial training, this groundbreaking twenty-hour live and online program fosters the development of the coaching competencies and motivational interviewing skills required for coaches to offer a highly refined practice. Some examples of the skills participants will develop and practice over the twenty weeks are how to:
• Establish empathy
• Treat people as resourceful
• Identify cognitive dissonance
• Create generative moments
• Manage personal emotions

Ethical Considerations
There will be an opportunity for participants to think about their own values while exploring methods for making difficult decisions that naturally lie within the gray areas. They will also have the chance to study other codes of ethics and craft their own. This fourteen-hour course is held live online over two days with an additional two hours of pre- and post-work for a total of sixteen hours.

• You can purchase your SHE RECOVERS Coach Designation program through this training institute at the same time as your coach training
•  Please visit Still Here’s website for the list of upcoming training dates

The International Association of Professional Recovery Coaches (IAPRC)

The International Association of Professional Recovery Coaches (IAPRC)

The IAPRC’s mission is to provide leadership in the emerging field of Professional Recovery Coaching worldwide in order to enhance the quality of life and health for individuals, families and communities impacted by addiction. The IAPRC Programs offer dynamic online training that provides learners with a powerful and effective system.

IAPRC encourages excellence in ethics, education, standards, professional development, industry collaboration, and public service. It promotes the interests of professional addiction focused coaches and mentors in the fields of personal development, health and wellness, professional coaching, addiction care, behavioral health, pastoral care, prevention, recovery aftercare and support services worldwide;

The IAPRC Programs offer dynamic online training that provides learners with a powerful and effective system which combines proven protocols of professional coaching and best practices in drug, alcohol and addiction recovery.

  • CPRC Dual Program – This program consists of 100 Hours of training and will designate you as a Certified Professional Coach and a Certified Professional Recovery Coach. This program includes Live Skills Training and the competencies required to become an ICF (International Coaching Federation) credentialed Coach using their portfolio path (60 CCEs).
  • You can purchase your SHE RECOVERS program through this training institute at the same time as your coach training
  • CPRC Program – This 80 hour program is for Life Coaches who would like to add a Professional Recovery Coach training to their credentials that includes Live Skills training and competencies required to become an ICF (International Coaching Federation) credentialed Coach using their portfolio path (60 CCEs).
  • You can purchase your SHE RECOVERS program through this training institute at the same time as your coach training.
Jordan Peer Recovery Group

Jordan Peer Recovery Group

Jordan Core Recovery Coach (JCRC) Program is a specially designed recovery coach training program that emphasizes the importance and value of accommodating an increasingly diverse population and effectively interacting with individuals from different cultures and identities.

This organization, led by Dr. Masica Jordan-Alston, is the leading entity for building cultural responsiveness within the recovery workforce. Cultural responsiveness refers to the use and delivery of recovery resources that are respectful and responsive to the health beliefs and practices—and cultural and linguistic needs—of diverse population groups.

Jordan Peer Recovery Group is a training institution offering state, national, and international board approved peer recovery trainings, specialized trainings, and a peer recovery workforce registry as well as many other support services.

  • The Jordan Core Recovery Coach (JCRC) Program is a 120-hour interactive, online, and/or hybrid course bundle that engages all learning styles through written, visual, and audio coursework
  • Recovery Coaches will develop skills in four recovery coaching domains: advocacy, education/mentoring, wellness/recovery support, and ethics
  • Participants will learn how to work with individuals and families as a culturally responsive recovery coach
  • The Jordan Core Recovery Coach Program (JPRC) also gives participants the additional option of three possible peer recovery certifications from:
    • NAADAC – National Association for Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors
    • IC&RC – International Credentialing & Reciprocity Consortium
    • National Federation of Families
  • You can purchase your SHE RECOVERS program through this training institute at the same time as your coach training

An Invitation From Our Founder

Welcome, Dear One.

Firstly, I want you to know what a critical role you hold in service to women in or seeking recovery. I have long believed that recovery coaches were a major missing piece within a truly comprehensive and individualized recovery-oriented system of care, so I am eternally grateful you have arrived here today. And, because we are all recovering from something (that’s the overarching principle guiding the SHE RECOVERS Foundation) it’s quite likely that you have also found yourself here because you want to deepen your own personal recovery practices and continue to thrive in your own life.

To that end, we hope that the materials that we cover in this SHE RECOVERS Coach training will be of interest to you both as a current or prospective recovery coach – and as a person on your own unique recovery journey.

The primary purpose of this recovery coach training program is to introduce you to our organization’s Intentions & Guiding Principles as well as our inclusive and women-centered recovery community ethos. I have a sense that if you feel drawn to this training that our philosophy and approach already resonates with you.

We initially launched this curriculum in February 2017 and we have since graduated several hundred recovery coaches who have joined our movement from all over the world. While the initial focus of early adopters of this training was recovery coaching related to substance use, we have seen a rise in recovery coaches enrolling in the program who also support individuals recovering from other or related life challenges such as mental health issues, trauma, and co-occurring disorders. The primary influences of this current iteration of the program are twofold: the collective evolution of recovery within our community and our continued growth as a behavioral health organization.

The development of this recovery coach training, like everything we do at SHE RECOVERS, has been a collaboration from the beginning. We wouldn’t be where we are without our recovery coach training partnering organizations, team members and all of the many wonderful recovery coaches who have taken the training, provided feedback, volunteered in our community, and helped us to advance our mission. We are grateful to each and every person who has contributed to, and been a part of, this recovery coach designation program. 

And thank you, from the bottom of my heart, for considering becoming a part of it too. Your wisdom, energy, and contributions are invaluable to the women’s recovery movement.

You, my friend, are a true agent of change. It’s an honor to walk this path with you.

With revolutionary gratitude,

Dr. Dawn Nickel

Benefits & Recognition

AS A SHE RECOVERS COACH DESIGNATE TRAINEE YOU WILL BE:

  • Welcomed to join the (free) SHE RECOVERS Certified Professionals’ Collective & Support Group 
  • Supported via bi-weekly recovery support calls for the Professionals’ Collective
  • Receive ongoing mentorship through additional trainings
  • Included in monthly SHE RECOVERS communications for the Professionals’ Collective

AS A SHE RECOVERS COACH DESIGNATE, YOU MAY:

  • Be invited to share your expertise across various SHE RECOVERS platforms such as the blog, podcast, and/or recovery education series 
  • Have the opportunity to participate in additional SHE RECOVERS training and earn certifications to lead various SHE RECOVERS offerings (online and in person)
  • Be considered for opportunities to lead SHE RECOVERS Foundation workshops and retreats

AS A GRADUATE OF THE SHE RECOVERS COACH DESIGNATION PROGRAM, YOU CAN:

  • Retain your membership in the (free) SHE RECOVERS Certified Professionals Collective & Support Group as you put your training into practice 
  • Be listed on the searchable SHE RECOVERS Foundation Professionals Directory
  • Position yourself as trauma-informed recovery leader by sharing your SHE RECOVERS Coach badge across your social platforms
  • Become a SHE RECOVERS Volunteer Facilitator – gain exclusive access to additional trauma-informed volunteer space-holder training and host SHE RECOVERS Together Online Gatherings and in-person Sharing Circles
  • Contribute to a weekly resources post in our SHE RECOVERS Together Online support group (with over 12,000 active members) where you can share your services and/or resources
  • Receive access to SHE RECOVERS Foundation branded and co-branded marketing materials conveying the unique value of the SRCD
  • Have the opportunity to collaborate with other SHE RECOVERS Certified Professionals (such as SHE RECOVERS Professional Designates, Trauma-Informed Yoga Teachers, and Dance Facilitators)


SHE RECOVERS Coaches are given access to a dedicated recovery community, the chance to position themselves as leaders in the recovery realm, and the opportunity to play an integral role in this monumental women’s grassroots recovery movement. 

We are believers, seekers & evolvers

Resources and support at your fingertips for both you and your coaching clients.

By embracing a holistic approach to recovery care, you can supplement your existing modalities by rooting them in our Intentions and Guiding Principles. By gaining access to both our recovery community and our robust repository of resources, your clients can be resourced with free services and offerings for connection and support.

There is a rupture within our recovery systems. We are more aware than we’ve ever been about what isn’t working in our realms. What we need now is heart polishing repair, renewal, restructuring, and redefining recovery. Diversity and inclusion is at the heart of this work. Our entire curriculum is built around the exponential impact that an integrative approach to recovery can have – first the student learns from the teacher, then the student becomes the teacher, furthering the knowledge continuum until the ripple effect is felt around the world.

Find clarity amidst the chaos. With a surge in online training providers, it can be difficult to find the right program to fit your lifestyle. We’ve designed a self-directed and immersive curriculum that features carefully curated educational modules with practical applications, exercises, and opportunities for self-inquiry throughout to help you create a more compassionate practice for both your clients and yourself.

Service is your primary purpose but burnout is real. Recovery work is not for the faint of heart, and it can be hard to prioritize regular radical self-care. With a curriculum that carves out space for your recovery, and an inclusive collective that provides ongoing support and mentorship, you can contribute to the recovery of others while simultaneously focusing on your own healing and growth.

From the science devotee to the divinely inspired – there is truly something for everyone within this framework. This recovery professional training is informed by research, data, and science, and substantiated by lived experience, personal narratives, multiple ways of knowing, and women’s intuition.

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Continuing education designed to evolve with you

This 12.5 hour recovery coach training is supplemented with a robust library of recovery-focused education sessions, community stories, articles, and personal essays delivered by over one hundred voices in the women’s recovery movement. 

Our ever growing repository of SHE RECOVERS resources will always be accessible to those who hold the coach designation – keeping you up to date on new innovations and trends within the realm of recovery. 

SHE RECOVERS Coach designation learning platform

We’ve got a landing pad for your training and continued exploration with readings, videos, audio, guided meditations, exercises, questions for self-exploration and self-inquiry, and support material.

Preview the curriculum

A sampling of your learnings include:

  • Operating within a recovery-oriented system of care
  • The spectrum of substance use
  • The impact of early intervention
  • Individualized pathways and patchworks
  • Recognizing the benefits and limitations of current recovery modalities
  • The concept of wholeness in recovery
  • Worthiness and personal agency
  • Ableism and healthism in recovery
  • Embodied movement
  • Somatic approaches to healing
  • The impacts of systematic trauma and collective healing
  • Types of trauma and associated manifestations
  • The principles of providing trauma-informed care

 

  • Strengths based approaches to recovery
  • Reparenting ourselves
  • Healing from burnout and moral injury
  • The impact of biases, microaggressions, and racial trauma in recovery
  • How to be an empathic witness
  • Identities in women’s recovery spaces
  • Supporting non-binary folks and trans women
  • Decolonizing recovery
  • Body and food neutrality
  • Navigating conflict
  • Holding healing spaces for ourselves
  • Recovering out loud
  • Self-disclosure as a professional in recovery
  • Creating deeper connections with our clients
  • The value and impact of mentorship and collective care

Upon completing the units and associated required assignments you’ll receive a certificate and badges to share across your social platforms to showcase your commitment to women’s recovery.

Need to see it to get a sense of what’s in store? We’ve created a free preview to explore if this course feels right for you.

With a special focus on accessibility, diversity & inclusion

You’ll be able to answer questions like:

  • What is a recovery-oriented system of care?
  • How do you build recovery capital?
  • What is body and food neutrality and why are they important?
  • What does it mean to be anti-ableist and how does this approach create more inclusive recovery solutions for women?
  • How is racism impacting recovery spaces and how do we incorporate anti-racist practices into our work?
  • What does a journey to wholeness look like if recovery is on a spectrum and continuum?
  • How can seeing through a trauma-informed lens, within the scope of your practice, contribute to healing?
  • What are the different types of trauma and how do they manifest?
  • What is the difference between self-care and self-love?
  • Why is moral injury often disguised as burnout?
  • How can an individual recover out-loud while remaining anonymous?
  • What does personal disclosure look like in a professional setting and how does it help others to find their own recovery?

Each learning module is informed by the SHE RECOVERS Intentions & Guiding Principles

Meet your guides

Dawn Nickel, Phd

SRF Founder & CEO

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Dr. Dawn Nickel is the author of She Recovers Every Day and a respected thought leader in the women’s recovery sphere and (along with her daughter Taryn Strong) the Founder of SHE RECOVERS Foundation. Dawn is a Certified Professional Recovery Coach, with a PhD and professional experience related to women and health-care policy. In her work as a researcher and consultant, Dawn has focused largely on exploring how best to support women who experience substance use disorders, mental health issues and intimate partner violence, the three issues that prompted Dawn to start her own personal recovery journey in 1987.

Lisa Wall, SEP, CTP, SRCD

SRF Community Care & Mission Programs

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Lisa joined SHE RECOVERS in 2019, bringing sixteen years of experience working within a recovery-oriented system of care from inpatient and outpatient addiction treatment to alumni engagement, recovery management, somatic experiencing, program development, spiritual leadership, and recovery coaching. Lisa recognizes that connection and belonging within a community are essential aspects of individual and collective healing and she leads with courageous vulnerability, a sense of curiosity, and unwavering hope. She is a woman in long-term recovery from codependency, moral injury, workaholism, trauma, and infant loss. Choosing a strengths-based approach to recovery helps Lisa thrive with an auto-immune disorder, disability, and ADHD.

Liana Kennedy, BA, CPRC, SRCD

SRF Certifications Programs

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Liana joined the SHE RECOVERS community in 2012 after meeting Dawn, going to Taryn’s yoga classes and she never looked back. After participating in many retreats, she earned her Recovery Coach designation from IAPRC in 2017, started a practice working with women who wanted freedom from their addictions and began hosting Sharing Circles in Victoria, BC. Liana has worked in the non-profit realm for 20 years in administration, project and program management and in 2018 began assisting Dawn with the SHE RECOVERS Coach program. Today she takes great joy in supporting all the Certified Professionals as they earn their designations and bring their talents to the broader community.

With Gratitude to the Contributors

Cybele Botran

SHE RECOVERS® Coach

Debra Morrison

SRF Operations & SHE RECOVERS® Coach

Elora Kindred

SHE RECOVERS® Coach

Kelly Beck Kuijper

SHE RECOVERS® Coach

Payton Kennedy

SRF Events, SHE RECOVERS® Dance Creator & Coach

Taryn Strong

SRF Founder & Creator of SHE RECOVERS® Trauma Informed Yoga & Teacher Training

Samatha Anderson

SHE RECOVERS® Coach

Shari Hampton

SRF Trusted Advisor & SHE RECOVERS® Coach

FAQ’s

Who is the SHE RECOVERS Coach Designate training for?

For a list of training partners to begin your journey to becoming a certified recovery coach & SHE RECOVERS Coach Designate click here. If you already have an 80-hour+ recovery coach certification and you wish to take the SHE RECOVERS Coach training as a stand alone, please contact us.

Will I be able to refer to myself as a SHE RECOVERS Professional Designate or Yoga Teacher?

No. You’ll be able to identify yourself (and be listed in the directory) under categories for SHE RECOVERS Coaches. The Professional and Yoga Teacher designations are separate certification programs.

What topics are covered in the training program?

A wide range of topics related to mental health, trauma, and substance use recovery, including evidence-based practices, recovery pathways and patchworks, cultural competence, and self-care for recovery coaches.

How long does the training program take to complete?

The training is self-paced and the average student will complete the curriculum in 12.5 hours. Continued exploration through SHE RECOVERS resources amounts to over 100 hours of additional and optional education. There is no fixed start or end date. 

Will I receive a certificate upon completion of the training program?

Yes, SRF will provide a certificate of completion to participants who successfully finish the program. The certificate serves as recognition of your training and can be valuable when seeking employment or furthering your education in the field.

Can I interact with instructors or other participants during the online training program?

The teachable learning platform that hosts the SHE RECOVERS Coach Designate training gives students an opportunity to connect with each-other within each unit. SHE RECOVERS also provides an SRF Certified Professional Collective group to connect with peers, receive support, and engage in collaborative learning experiences.

What are the technical requirements for participating in the online training program?

Students will need a reliable internet connection, a computer or device capable of accessing online content inclusive of high definition videos, and basic computer skills. Enrolled participants will also be prompted to create an account within the online teachable learning platform.

Can I access the training materials after completing the program?

All students have ongoing access to the training materials provided and are able to review the content at their convenience. As the curriculum grows and evolves, future additions and revisions are accessible to enrolled students for no additional required fees.

What is the cost of the program?

For complete recovery coach certification the program cost varies depending on which training partner you choose. For the stand alone certification is $1000, payable upon registration, and is non-refundable. It does not expire. We do not currently have a payment program. 

Do you have scholarships?

Social justice, personal agency, inclusivity, and accessibility are at the heart of our organization. We acknowledge that there are folks whose economic circumstances prevent them from taking part in this training. As we build our collective of certified professionals and seek funding sources for support, we will be building out a financial assistance program over the next year. 

Are you a recognized behavioral health or allied professional looking to…

complement your existing training in healthcare and behavioral health with fresh perspectives, innovative tools, and evidence-based practices to serve recovering individuals in a more holistic and inclusive way?

The SHE RECOVERS Professional Designation may resonate with you. Doors are now open to this new and innovative training program.

Are you seeking the support of a recovery coach or other professional?

If you are a woman seeking recovery, new to recovery, or in long term recovery and are looking to fully realize your potential, please consider connecting with one of our SHE RECOVERS coaches, professional designates, yoga teachers, or dance facilitators.

Our certified professionals specialize in an array of life experiences, are located internationally, and meet you right where you are in-person or remotely.

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