HAVE YOU BEEN TELLING YOURSELF YOU DON'T NEED HELP?
Continuing Care in early recovery is vital with the first ninety days being the most critical. More than 65% of those suffering from substance use disorder will relapse within the first year after treatment. The odds are daunting. The goal of a recovery coach is to be actively involved in the life of a recovering person in order to prevent a relapse and give her clients the best possible chance at long-term recovery.
WHO WILL YOU BE ONCE YOU ARE FREE FROM ADDICTION?
Many of us end a painful addictive process only to discover that we have no identity outside of it. Likewise in times of transition (divorce, retirement, moving) we often re-evaluate our place in the world. The stories we tell ourselves about who we are create much of our reality and our identity. Becoming aware of those stories is the first step toward taking back your life. Coaching empowers you to move forward with a vision of the person you are meant to be and actionable goals to create a life worth living.
HOW DO I GET THERE FROM HERE?
Support on this journey can make the difference between reaching your goals and relapsing into old habits. A Recovery Coach provides accountability, encouragement and resources when you need it most. A Recovery Coach can help you to redefine yourself and your situation to promote physical, mental, emotional, social and spiritual wellness. A coach can be there for you 24/7 or on an hourly basis as-needed. I work both in-person or remotely using Skype, FaceTime or VSee.
The needs of one individual may be vastly different from another’s. For this reason, coaching is custom fit for each person. There are a variety of options and coaching plans which can be discussed.