The hands-on training will offer the tools and insight for you to personally contribute to a positive outcome for future families and individuals said Carly Bachrach, Program Lead at Foundations Los Angeles.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) October 18, 2017
Foundations Los Angeles at Encino, a comprehensive outpatient treatment center, is honored to host and sponsor Breakfree Intervention Skills Training October 23-25, 2017. Participants can expect three days full of opportunities to learn and grow from industry leaders in the field of trauma-informed healing in a healing space.
“This is an exciting opportunity to learn from seasoned professionals who will expand your current skillset or help build a new one,” said Carly Bachrach, Program Lead at Foundations Los Angeles. “The hands-on training will offer the tools and insight for you to personally contribute to a positive outcome for future families and individuals.”
Participants can expect to enter a classroom comprised of a wide range of professional backgrounds, including those interesting in making a career change, new interventionists, professionally certified interventionists and more recently clinicians, social workers, marketing and outreach professionals and a variety of others working in the addiction, recovery and treatment fields. This training also provides participants with up to 23 continuing education credits.
“Five years ago, we started equipping passionate people with our three-day trauma-informed workshop on invitational intervention,” said Brad Lamm, CIP. We call it Breakfree. Now we’ve taught hundreds how to do this good work well. Let us show you how.”
To register and learn more about the training visit ChangeInc.com. The training will be held at Foundations Los Angeles at Encino, located at 17167 Ventura Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 91316.
About Brad Lamm, CIP: Brad Lamm is an author, teacher and interventionist best known for helping people make life-enhancing change on The Dr. Phil Show, The Doctors, TODAY, and The Dr. Oz Show. Brad’s mission is to help families have “more good – less bad” in their lives. Brad began his own recovery journey in 2003 from drugs, bulimia, nicotine + alcohol. What seemed an impossible challenge proved how even the most challenging cases might not just recover, but thrive from a starting point of hopelessness and brokenness. He has managed more than one-thousand interventions, visited hundreds of treatment facilities across the country, presented before Parliament in the UK, served on the board of the Association of Intervention Specialists, and collaborated with the most knowledgeable and effective specialists in the field of recovery treatment and worked at the state level to introduce treatment options to communities.