The Genesis Processes now have online And DVD trainings for running one-on-one and group sessions. If you haven’t heard of the Genesis Process, here is an introduction.

There are three types of training on offer:

  1. Live one-on-one Relapse Prevention Training. See the website for any upcoming events.
  2. Online one-on-one Relapse Prevention Training. See the website for details
  3. Genesis Change Groups which have a facilitators training included on the DVD’s.


Arnoud Van Asperen, based in the Nederlands can train on a variety of topics including relapse prevention and self-management. He has taught courses on the 12 Steps and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to both clients as well as project workers. Arnoud can train in English and Dutch. He is able to travel to deliver training if expenses are paid.

Husband to Eline, and father of three, he is a member of a reformed Christian church and works at The Hope Project (De Hoop).

Contact: a.vanasperen@dehoop.org


Recovery Worker (Maternity cover)

Hours: 16 per week
Salary: Circa £22,000 pro rata
Location: Southampton

An exciting opportunity has arisen to be an important part of a small team aiming to make a big difference to women whose lives have been affected by addiction.

Download the advert here for more information and how to apply.

Rehabilitation Centre Manager

Senior Support Worker (Deputy Manager)

Support Workers

Ipswich, United Kingdom

Do you want to help change the lives of women caught up in addiction?

Talitha Koum are recruiting staff for their specialist female-only residential rehabilitation service set in 2 acres of farmland near Ipswich, Suffolk. The service is due to open later this year and will provide life-changing person-centred support through a purpose-built, therapeutic community. You will be part of a small team that will be instrumental in the planning, team-creation and delivery of the service. This is a rare opportunity to help create a state-of- the-art residential rehabilitation service from the ground up.

For more information and to apply see their website: http://www.talithakoum.org.uk/index.php/vacancies


Host families needed

Hertford, UK

Are you interested in supporting a young person on the road to recovery?

Do you want to make a real difference in the life of someone in need?
Do you live in or near Hertford?
Do you have a spare room in your house?
Are you willing to welcome a young person into your home for a specified period of time?

What does it mean to be a Host?
Providing a stable home environment for a young person(s) for a defined period of time*, so that they can experience being part of family-life and have somewhere to retreat to after the challenges of the intensive therapeutic week-day programme and weekend social activities. *usually up to six months maximum
We believe one of the biggest benefits you will receive is the satisfaction of seeing a young person grow in their confidence, independence and readiness for their onward journey in life

For more information, see this flyer or contact Mark Wood on mark.wood@transitions-rtc.org.uk

To put an opportunity on this page, please email mitha@isaac-international.org