ARISE® Three-Day Continuing Care & Intervention Training for Facilities
Why Train Your Organization in the Only Cost-Effective Evidence–Based, Best Practice Family Intervention?
Results of NIDA Clinical Trial (Landau et al, outcomes paper) showed:
- 83% treatment engagement in 3 weeks; 96% treatment engagement in 6 months,
- Cost effectiveness
- No difference in outcome regardless of degree, qualifications, age, gender, ethnicity, or experience
Subsequent “real world study” replication study showed:
- Sobriety rates of 61% at 1 year with another 10% improved
- AMA rates below 2%
- Improved Relationships: 46% of clients and families specifically mentioned improvements in relationships
- 26% mentioned an improved employment status following the Intervention
ARISE® Three-Day Intervention & Continuing Care:
Part 1: three days of onsite training
Part 2: 6-12 months of supervision and/or consultation
12-16 weeks following initial training, a 1-2 day follow-up site visit is held with the senior administrative and clinical staff. This is our classic ARISE® Training, presented all over the world, used to train thousands of interventionists in the ARISE® Model.
The end goal of this training is to become a Certified ARISE® Interventionist. Your entire staff can participate in this training, with some choosing to become Certified ARISE® Interventionists.
The organization and members of the staff, regardless of whether they become interventionists, benefit from the seamless application of the empowering ARISE® principles and practice.
Part I: ARISE® Interventionist Educational Intensive is a 3-day, theoretical, experiential and practical onsite workshop. The curriculum includes:
- Dealing with dual-diagnosis, mental illness, process addictions, and collaborative care
- The relationship of trauma and loss to addiction and mental illness
- The role of families and how to work with them
- Working with chronic, relapsing, potentially life-threatening illness
- An overview of other intervention models
- Practicing ARISE Intervention and Continuing Care
- The ARISE research and outcome data
- Neurobiology, addiction, mental illness, and dementia
- Professional ethics
- Self care of the interventionist
Methods include: Experiential role plays, interactive discussion, didactics, videos, etc.
Part II: ARISE® Supervision:
Supervision is essential for learning how to implement the ARISE® Intervention tools so as to replicate the high rates of success that makes ARISE® an Evidence-Based, Best Practice intervention.
This externship is typically 6-12 months, or until the supervisee has met the criteria for certification, see below.
During supervision, the theory and process introduced in Part I is put to the test and honed as ARISE® Interns practice the ARISE® Intervention and Continuing Care under the guidance of an experienced supervisor.
Supervision is conducted over the phone in a group format with an approved ARISE Supervisor. Each ARISE® Intern is responsible for generating his/her own intervention clients.
Requirements for Certification:
Certification is awarded upon successful completion of (a minimum) of two ARISE® Cases taken well into Continuing Care, under supervision of a ARISE® Supervisor. All ARISE® Interns, must participate in weekly supervision calls and submit the appropriate paperwork while they have active cases in order to receive credit for the case.