Breakfree Intervention Skills Training

About the Training:

Conducted by noted author, teacher and interventionist Brad Lamm, Certified Intervention Professional (CIP), BreakFree Intervention skills training equips participants to understand the history and methods of various addiction intervention models as compared to Brad Lamm’s proprietary invitation to change method, which pairs a loving family-infused intervention with a long-term family recovery curriculum.

This model is set alongside Kathleen Murphy’s action-method approach to trauma-informed treatment. Through education, case studies and role-play rich training, participants learn how to intervene using this cutting edge approach to initiating Family Recovery.

Features & Benefits:

23 CEs sponsored by CE-Classes.com and PA Certification Board.

Networking opportunities with industry best

Diverse learning environment

Hands-on role playing

Skills coaching

Business design and feedback

2021 Event Dates:

Provincetown

  October 17, 18, 19
UPCOMING

2022 Event Dates:

Los Angeles

  May 1, 2, 3
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Presenters:

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Brad Lamm, CIP

Faculty

Brad is an author, teacher, and interventionist best known for helping people make a life-enhancing change alongside Oprah, the Dr. Oz Show, Today Show, and others. Brad is the founder of Breathe Life Healing Centers, a sophisticated trauma treatment program. He created and produced the docu-series ADDICTED TO FOOD with Oprah Winfrey and his AMERICA RECOVERS podcast with Will Smith & Jada Pinkett Smith.

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Kathleen Murphy

Faculty

Kathleen Murphy, MA, LMFT, LPC joins Brad each year in presenting this exciting training program. Breathe Life Healing Center’s founding Clinical Director, Kathleen possesses a world of knowledge and a depth of experience, founded on 30+ years of experience working with people with substance abuse issues complicated by relational trauma.

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Anisha Cooper, LPC

Faculty

Anisha is a licensed professional counselor, board certified counselor, a certified employee assistance specialist, and a certified clinical trauma professional specializing in trauma recovery, especially with people of color in the LGBTQ+ community. She is most known for providing healing spaces for black queer folks to unwind and embody their authentic selves.

Who is this Training for?

The BreakFree Intervention skills training is designed to meet multiple skill levels while advancing each participant’s knowledge base. From beginner to expert, everyone learns from being in the same room together for three days, exploring best practices and new ideas. The classroom is comprised of a wide range of professional backgrounds, including those interested 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.

Beginners

For who is looking to get their feet wet as an interventionist learn valuable information from which to build their foundation knowledge and benefit from the experience level of the room, while learning how to practically apply information to the business of interventions.

Advanced Professionals

They benefit by participating in conversations about best practices while new ideas are shared and explored, and learning the BreakFree Intervention method. By applying existing knowledge and experience to the new approach to intervening, practical application methods are explored and practiced.

Alumni

Alumni who attend the training benefit from revisiting the training topics as well as being leaders in conversations, sharing practical application of theories, and influencing role-plays and best practice conversations.

Classroom Series Schedule (17 CEs)

Experience – Learn – Network

Days One + Two:

  • 8:30 – 9am: Sign in + settle in
  • 9:00 – 5:00: Classroom series training
  • 5:00 – 5:30: Spill over, wrap up, clean up

Day Three:

  • 8:30 – 9am: Sign in + settle in
  • 9:00-11:15: Classroom series training
  • 1:15-1:30: Surveys, CEs, wrap up etc.

Learning Objectives:

Identify the four types of intervention covered in the history of interventions including basic techniques used in each method.

Identify personal and professional ethical duties and boundaries, utilizing an ethical system of business guidelines and personal conduct.

Identify the obstacles that can stand in the way of a successful Breakfree intervention and the skills necessary to overcome them successfully.

Describe the steps necessary to create a Family Map and explain the important role it plays in the BreakFree Intervention method of intervening.

Recognize methods of applying BreakFree Intervention components to enhance current business practices.

Tuition Fees:

Student & Alumni

One-Time Fee
$ 800
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General

Includes Video Modules
$ 1495
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Video Learning Series (6 CEs, Home Study)

Three 2-hour video learning series videos are made available to registrants prior to and directly following attending the training at no additional cost. Participants have up to two weeks after the training to watch the videos and complete the homework before being given a certificate of completion and CEs.

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Supporting Sponsors:

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Presenting Sponsor:

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Brad Lamm, CIP

Brad is an author, teacher, and interventionist best known for helping people make a life-enhancing change alongside Oprah, the Dr. Oz Show, Today Show, and others. Brad is the founder of Breathe Life Healing Centers, a sophisticated trauma treatment program. He created and produced the docu-series ADDICTED TO FOOD with Oprah Winfrey and his AMERICA RECOVERS podcast with Will Smith & Jada Pinkett Smith.

A trauma survivor, Brad began his own recovery journey in 2003 from drugs, alcohol, bulimia, and nicotine. Brad’s work demonstrates how even the most challenging case might not only recover but offer help and hope to others who suffer.

Kathleen Murphy, MA, LMFT, LPC

Kathleen Murphy, MA, LMFT, LPC joins Brad each year in presenting this exciting training program. Breathe Life Healing Center’s founding Clinical Director, Kathleen possesses a world of knowledge and a depth of experience, founded on 30+ years of experience working with people with substance abuse issues complicated by relational trauma. Kathleen makes use of didactics, psycho-education, lectures and experiential group processes that are heavily influenced by attachment theory and psycho-dramatic techniques to assist clients in reframing and reclaiming the self as a being in relationship.

Anisha Cooper, M.Ed., LPC, BCC, EAS-C, CCTP

Anisha is a licensed professional counselor, board certified counselor, a certified employee assistance specialist, and a certified clinical trauma professional specializing in trauma recovery, especially with people of color in the LGBTQ+ community. She is most known for providing healing spaces for black queer folks to unwind and embody their authentic selves. In doing so, she’s shared healing practices with major television networks and worked with celebrity clients on their mental health journeys.

Her own journey started at Georgia Southern University where she received her Bachelor of Science in Biology, with a minor in Chemistry and a concentration in Psychology. Soon after, she completed her Master of Education with a concentration in Community Mental Health Counseling. As she pursues her Ph.D. in Counselor Education at Mercer University, her intention is to make room for people of color in academia. Likewise, her research is focused on breaking generational curses and barriers to mental health care within the black community.

At the heart of it, she is an advocate, speaker, and trainer who is passionate about working with intersectionality. She self identifies as lesbian and believes in the power of diverse representation in the mental health arena.

“My most rewarding work,” says Anisha, “is creating content that is centered on mental health that engages the black community.”

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