What does shifting the paradigm look like?
- Posted by kate_gold
- On August 3, 2020
By: Sarah Allen Benton, MS, LMHC, LPC, AADC Recovery is an ongoing process and those fortunate to have long-term...
I’ve been both an educator and treatment provider in the past. Being able to combine my skills to empower IHAT Practitioners to serve people struggling with substance use disorder is incredibly fulfilling. The IHAT Institute gives me the tools I need to instill skills and confidence.
The IHAT Model training is an amazing foundation for evaluating and collaborating in the early stages of Recovery with a Client, then provide support services to those in any stage of Recovery. It helps you understand wellness and the integration into everyday living situations. IHAT puts the "Care" back into "Health Care" focusing on In-Home Addiction Treatment.
Rosemary Pickering,LPN, IHAT Care Provider
200 people a day will die from the disease of addiction. For the first time in my 20 years of surveying, I feel as if that number will decrease after seeing your model.
KA,Joint Commission Behavioral Health Surveyor
In the past, I would return from treatment and fall back into the same old behaviors. The IHAT Model empowered me to be successful in my own home. It allowed me to walk through my challenges with support and enabled me to come out the other side with skills to cope with these challenges.