Individual Counseling
Individual counseling for substance use disorders(SUDs), anger and stress 
management using cognitive-behavioral strategies and interventions in a
private and confidential setting scheduled at your convenience. Treatment
focuses on helping individuals recognize and change their high-risk
behavior; and based on the individual's goals, develop an action plan.

Substance Abuse Therapy Group

Our groups are based on evidence based practices using a combination of approaches to facilitate change. Modalities include cognitive-behavioral interventions, contingency management, motivational enhancement with community reinforcement by group peers. These interactive groups help incorporate information that will help participants begin establishing a recovery-orientation and evidence based strategy to guide them to more productive choices. Group sizes are small and confidential. SUD groups meet evenings.

Evidence-based practices in a safe group environment
  • Early Recovery Group - Twice weekly (8 sessions) for 60 minutes
  • Relapse Prevention Group – 90 minute sessions once per week (16 sessions)
  • Social Support Group – 60 minute sessions once per week (8 sessions)
*Group placement is determined by a comprehensive assessment.

Parenting Classes (TBA)

This class is designed to help parents improve parenting skills by exploring their own parenting style and its effect on their children. Parents will learn about discipline strategies and most effective and appropriate for their child according to the child’s stage of development. This class is ideal for parents that have been court ordered to improve parenting skills due to abuse or neglect. Group will meet weekly on Thursday evenings.

Anger Management Groups 

We provide a safe, structured group environment for those struggling with feelings of rage and stress. Anger Management groups focus on the consequences of anger while teaching strategies to avoid violence. Groups involve effective communication, self-awareness and stress management as productive tools for preventing anger outbursts. Ultimately, individuals develop an anger control plan that works for them. Court Ordered and self-referred clients are welcome. This group is not appropriate for individuals with personality disorders. 

This group meets for 90 minutes weekly for 12 weeks on Tuesday evenings. 

DOT  Substance Abuse Professional/Return-to-Duty Process

In accordance with DOT regulations, a SAP possesses knowledge and clinical experience in the diagnosis and treatment of substance abuse-related disorders and provides the following services:

  • Comprehensive Initial face-to-face substance abuse evaluation
  • Specific treatment or education recommendations
  • Assistance in connecting to the recommended treatment or education
  • Confirmation of compliance to treatment or education through return-to-duty
  • Follow-up face to face substance abuse evaluation
  • Recommendations to submit to a return-to-duty test
  • Recommendations for aftercare (if applicable)
  • Recommendations for follow-up testing


Clinical Supervision $50/hour

Consultation $50/hour

DOT-SAP Evaluations $450 (includes treatment monitoring, compliance reporting and follow-up)

Comprehensive Assessment $375 (in-depth bio-psychosocial with written report and recommendations)

Anger Management Assessment $45

Anger Management Individual Therapy $45/per 1 hour session 

Anger Management Group Therapy $35/per class

SUD Clinical Evaluations $75 and up

SUD Individual Therapy $45/session

Substance Abuse Group Therapy (32 sessions/6 months) Fees based on need determined by assessment)

Early Intervention Groups $280 (8 sessions) 

Relapse Prevention Groups $560 (16 sessions)

Social Support Groups $280 (8 sessions)

Training & Upcoming Events

Dates: January 2020 - September 2020

Time: 9:00am to 5:00pm 

Where: 1000 Corporate Pointe

             Warner Robins, GA 31088

Seats are LIMITED, so please use the registration form to reserve your seat before proceeding to check out.  Full package purchases have priority seating. Continuing Education Units  (CEUs) approved by *LPCA-GA and ADACBGA. 

SCHEDULED Trainings 2020      (CEUs Pending)                                                                
 January 25, 2020
Cultural Competency in Addiction Counseling *  (LPCA Core)
 February 08, 2020
Pharmacology of Addiction: Uppers, Downers, All-Arounders
 February 22, 2020  
Understanding Addiction
March 07, 2020 
March 21, 2020
Assessments: Gathering the Pieces of the Puzzle
 April 11, 2020
Trauma Informed Care*     (LPCA Core)
 April 25, 2020
ASAM Criteria:  Matching Client Needs with Appropriate Services
 May 09, 2020
Case Management/ Crisis Intervention
 May 23, 2020
Professional Ethics & Standards * (LPCA Core)
June 06, 2020 
Motivating Behavioral Change
 June 27, 2020
Treatment Planning: Roadmap to Recovery
 July 11, 2020
 July 25, 2020
Consultation & Supervision
August 08, 2020
Client Education/HIV & AIDS
 August 22, 2020
Effective Group Facilitation 
 September 12, 2020
Tele-Mental Health: A Comprehensive & Ethical Overview * (LPCA CORE)
  September 26, 2020
Preparing For the Certification Exam (w/Practice Questions)
 Call (478) 285-4400  for scheduling  "On-Site " trainings for  group of 10 or more.  
Current registration fees in effect January 01, 2019
Full package (17 courses) $1275 or pay as you go, ($85 /course ) includes registration and all training materials.  Or, if you only need CEUs, select a single course.   Register and proceed to web store to check out, or register and mail *remittance to: 
                                                                       Community Oasis Counseling & Training,LLC
                                                                              1000 Corporate Pointe, Suite 102
                                                                      Warner Robins, Georgia 31088
Checks returned for insufficient funds will be subject to a $25 fee.  No Refunds after 3 business days or for missed trainings.  Refunds will be made for trainings cancelled due to inclement weather or natural disaster and not rescheduled.