Denham Springs, LA (PRWEB) September 01, 2014
As well as having completed the Non Violent Crisis Intervention Instructor training, Derek is currently pursuing counselor certification in Louisiana.
“I have really been able to advance through the CPI training program as well as the Counselor training program.” Derek states “and I have grown both personally and professionally. I am not only dedicated to helping addicts permanently recover, I am competently able to do so. As a Non Violent Crisis Intervention Instructor, I am able to train others so they will better service those struggling in the battle against addiction.”
CPI’s website states that their Non-Violent Crisis Intervention program is considered the worldwide standard for crisis prevention and intervention training. With a core philosophy of providing for the Care, Welfare, Safety, and Security of everyone involved in a crisis situation, the program’s proven strategies give human service providers and educators the skills to safely and effectively respond to anxious, hostile, or violent behavior while balancing the responsibilities of care.
Derek added, “Over six years ago, the Narconon New Life Program saved my life after a eight year heroin addiction which had consumed me. It just made sense to give back to others using the same program that helped me.”
About Narconon Louisiana New Life Retreat
Narconon Louisiana, was founded in 2006 following the devastation of Hurricane Katrina in an effort to help the thousands of residents affected by addiction who had no available resources. Located on approximately 15 wooded acres in Denham Springs, it is a non-profit alcohol and drug rehabilitation center licensed by the State of Louisiana. The Narconon drug rehabilitation and education program was founded in 1966 by William Benitez and uses the drug-free rehabilitation and social education methodology based on research developed by American author and humanitarian, L. Ron Hubbard. They are dedicated to eliminating alcohol and addiction through drug prevention education and rehabilitation. If you know someone struggling with alcohol addiction or drug abuse and would like more information visit http://www.drugabusesolution.com or call 800-473-0930. Any questions you have in the matter will be addressed in confidence.