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Intervening On Risky Behavior Addiction, Self-harm, and Family ContractsA Coach’s Guide To Teaching Parents

Coach Training with Aaron Huey

-Investment: $125

-Coach Mastery Members 50% off

-Earn 2 CCEs

In this training you will learn:

  • How to coach parents who raise teens who struggle with mental health, depression, anxiety, substance abuse, and self-harm.
  • Building identity and resilience.
  • Why behavior contracts fail and why they’re critical to have in place.

Also included: Break out rooms, Q&A & a step-by-step integration workbook for your next steps.

Intervening On Risky Behavior- A Coach’s Guide To Teaching Parents

Your Instructor

In the year 2000, Aaron established a small martial arts school in Boulder, Colorado, which quickly gained attention from counselors and parents seeking innovative solutions for their children. In response to the growing demand, Aaron and his wife expanded their offerings to include afterschool programs, weekend events, summer camps, and transformative teen Rites of Passage retreats. In 2009, they furthered their commitment by opening a Sober Home for teen boys, providing a safe and supportive environment for recovery. Over the course of the next decade, their endeavor evolved into the most successful Adolescent Residential Treatment Center in the United States, garnering prestigious accolades such as the “Top 100 Health Care Visionaries” award and “Top 50 Healthcare Company” recognition.

Tragically, the closure of the treatment center in 2021 was prompted by the devastating fires in Estes Park, Colorado. Undeterred by this setback, Aaron redirected his focus towards supporting parents, schools, and martial arts instructors grappling with the challenges of working with addicted, traumatized, and suicidal children. His profound insights and expertise led to the development of the highly acclaimed Parenting Master Class, “Beyond Risk and Back,” which received the prestigious Telly award for Education in 2021. 

Additionally, Aaron’s groundbreaking project, “Safe-Dojo,” earned him induction into the Martial Arts Hall of Fame in 2022, further solidifying his status as an industry leader.

Aaron is now actively seeking opportunities to collaborate with private and government social work agencies, leveraging his extensive knowledge and experiences to empower communities and effect positive change. His passion for improving the lives of vulnerable populations, coupled with his proven track record of success, make him an invaluable asset to any organization dedicated to social work.