SMART Recovery Handbook
For people who are seeking support for addiction or problematic behaviors. This is the primary handbook for SMART’s 4-Point Program.
Learn how to build & maintain motivation, cope with urges, manage thoughts, feelings, and behavior, and achieve a balanced lifestyle.
For all forms of addiction including alcohol, drugs, gambling, sex, etc.
Includes exercises and worksheets based on cognitive behavioural therapy.
SMART Family & Friends Handbook
For people affected by the addictive behavior of someone close to them.
Improve communication and manage emotional upsets
Set healthy boundaries and develop support systems
Regain control and find your lifestyle balance
Successful Life Skills
Primarily for those transitioning from incarceration, but also a valuable addition to the 4-Point Handbook for everyone looking to use SMART to develop a healthy balanced life.
Focuses on solutions rather than labels or diagnoses
The easiest, most targeted and user-friendly treatment tool available today
Can be used in either facilitator-led or participant-led groups
Professional development training courses
Best for people who want to learn SMART Tools and Skills, but may not be
ready to start their own SMART Recovery Meeting
SMART Skills for life
- Learn the SMART tools
- Develop your understanding of the SMART method
- 4 Online Modules
What SMART Recovery
"I recently completed the SMART Recovery Group Facilitator’s Training with Josette Freeman. I came away feeling confident that I will be able to facilitate a group in the near future and with a good understanding of what is required to work within this training program. SMART Recovery is a very different approach to group work and I am so pleased that I have now completed this valuable training."
“I have been very satisfied with the SMART Recovery Training. It has been a very pleasant learning experience. I score the online SMART Recovery Training 10/10 and highly recommend!”
"Since attending SMART Recovery meetings I have learnt a range of tools to assist me in managing my drinking. I have been able to explore the psychology surrounding my drinking habits, analyse when I am susceptible to binge drinking, evaluate the consequences of such actions and set clear, definable goals which I actively work towards each week."
Frequently asked questions
Do I need to complete training in order to facilitate a smart recovery meeting?
To ensure the quality of the program and the safety of participants, you must complete training before running the program. Completing the Professional Development Course is a great foundation course but doesn’t enable you to start a meeting. Completing Online, Online Premium and face to face Trainings enable you to facilitate a SMART Meeting. Further, if you are from an organisation, you must purchase a membership before starting a meeting. Memberships do not apply to volunteers in the community.
What is the difference between your online and in-person course?
Can we book out a private training for our team members?
Can you come to our workplace to provide team training?
What is your cancellation policy?
We understand that circumstances happen that may affect your ability to be able to attend a training you have booked in for. In these exceptional circumstances please contact us (email@example.com) and we will try to accommodate you as best we can.