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Recorded Webinar- Building Bridges in Treatment: An Overview of Clinical and Non-Clinical Support

Recorded Webinar- Building Bridges in Treatment:
An Overview of Clinical and Non-Clinical Support
2 General CEs

Licensed Professional Counselor Hayley Twyman Brack will provide an overview of the responsibility of mental healthcare providers to consult and collaborate. Hayley will discuss the importance of consulting with other mental healthcare providers, non-clinical support services, such as peer support specialists and coaches, and more. Hayley will also explain clients’ right to appoint a treatment advocate.

Certified Professional Recovery Coach Charles Gosset will discuss the emerging role of the Professional Recovery Coach (PRC) within the fields of addiction treatment and recovery support. Charles will cover the clinical and non-clinical roots of the PRC, how it relates to and differs from similar roles, and how PRCs can partner with clinical professionals to improve care, support, and outcomes. Charles will also describe important role boundaries for the PRC and when to refer.

-Reviewing the ethical duty and responsibility of consultation.
-Discussing the importance of consultation and collaboration with both clinical and non-clinical support.
-Exploring the ODMHSAS regulations on involving a treatment advocate in mental health services.
-Describe the essential differences between a Professional Recovery Coach (PRC), Addiction Counselor, Peer Recovery Support Specialist, Sober Companion, Sober Escort, and other related roles.
-Understand how PRCs can enhance recovery outcomes in partnership with Licensed Professionals, Addiction Treatment Centers, Recovery Community Organizations, Peer Support Groups, and the addiction recovery community at large.

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Hayley Twyman Brack, MA, LPC
Hayley holds a Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology from the University of Central Oklahoma and is a Licensed Professional Counselor. Hayley earned an Honors College Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and a second in Multidisciplinary Studies from Oklahoma State University, where she also served as a research assistant in two psychology laboratories. Hayley is a clinician with Edmond Counseling & Professional Development and the Director of Education and Community Outreach with the Oklahoma Counseling Institute. She has training and experience in the treatment of trauma, grief, and anxiety-related disorders. Hayley is also a writer for OCI and more and cohost of the board gaming podcast, Malthaus Games.

Charles Gosset, PCC, CPRC

Charles Gosset is a certified Life Purpose Coach and a certified Addiction Recovery Coach (PCC, CPRC) with his business, Full Integration Coaching, based in Oklahoma City. His focus is on empowering passionate difference makers to lead courageous, authentic lives so that they can find and fulfill their purpose. Whether that’s the purpose of a lifetime, or the purpose for this time in life.

Since 2014, he’s helped servant leaders, creative professionals, social entrepreneurs, and others lead, create, and innovate on purpose. Clients include business owners, leaders, health care professionals, published authors, performing artists, and non-profit founders, among others.
Charles is also host of the Live Your Purpose podcast, where he features compelling interviews with passionate difference makers in the Oklahoma City Metro area. And, he's a person in long-term recovery from alcoholism and substance use disorder. This past February, Charles celebrated 17 years of continuous sobriety.
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