Strengths-based support for individuals and families in recovery or still struggling:
Other compulsive behaviors
Coaching means working with persons with both active addictions as well as persons already in recovery. A recovery coach can also provide part-time support for people entering recovery who are looking for help navigating early recovery. Helping clients work through potentially challenging events such as: going to work, attending business meetings, special events, family gatherings, etc. while providing encouragement, accountability, insight, and understanding through their own personal experiences of recovery is a foundation of recovery coachng.
A good sober coach is someone who is in recovery themselves; therefore, a sober coach understands what it takes to get sober, sets appropriate and healthy boundaries, helps clients determine realistic goals, assists clients with time management, finds sober activities, and helps clients identify triggers.
Coaching available hourly, daily, and numerous days per week. Coaching is offered over the phone, via video conference, and through face-to-face meetings.