Arthur Woodard

I am Arthur H. Woodard Jr. MSW, UCONN School of Social Work 1984, I am a SOULcial Worker/HELPer.I am a Master Recovery Coach/Trainer. I am engaged in Learning, PrACTicing and Teaching Recovery and Care. I am a SOULcial Worker whose practice has evolved through personal, educational, clinical and practical experiences since 1974 (2 years after…

I am Arthur H. Woodard Jr. MSW, UCONN School of Social Work 1984, I am a SOULcial Worker/HELPer.I am a Master Recovery Coach/Trainer. I am engaged in Learning, PrACTicing and Teaching Recovery and Care. I am a SOULcial Worker whose practice has evolved through personal, educational, clinical and practical experiences since 1974 (2 years after I earned a B.A. in Economics from Yale). I am a HueMan Be-ing in long-term recovery since 1978 from addiction and stress.

In my role as a Master Recovery Coach/CCAR Trainer:

I have co-facilitated over 40 CCAR Recovery Coach Academies (RCA) and over 30 Training Of Trainers (TOT) since my own participation in January 2009.

  • I have co-facilitated the RCA in CT, MA, MD, IA, IL and NY.
  • I facilitate RCAs and TOTs in the role of Recovery Coach.
  • I am a Learner, Doer, Teacher of Recovery and Recovery Coaching.

In my role as a Recovery Coaching Consultant with CCAR,

  • I develop and deliver Recovery Coach Performance Support (RCPS) Services to CCAR volunteers and RCA graduates.
  • I provide RCPS to CCAR’s 3 Recovery Community Centers (RCC) monthly through facilitating an hour and a half (CEU eligible) collaborative learning opportunity to enhance and strengthen recovery coaching science and skills.
  • I have developed and delivered a monthly hour-long CCAR CART Webinar through subscription to enhance and strengthen recovery coaches’ in the developing their Art of Coaching Recovery.
  • I enCourage Recovery Coaches in Training (RCIT) to prACTice Learning, Living and Leading Recovery as a means for supporting their performance in helping a peer’s recovery and their self care.
  • I model Actively Listening, Asking Good Questions and Managing My Stuff while Treating RCITs as Resources.
  • I teach best what I most need to learn and when I teach I learn twice.
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