Not everyone is comfortable in sharing their struggles with a support group and would prefer a one-on-one approach for their recovery journey. There are many pathways to recovery and my approach in coaching combines, behavioral science, biblical principles and my personal journey to help guide you in the right direction that best fits your personality and needs.
How a recovery coach differs from a sponsor?
A Certified Recovery Coach has professional training and lived in experience. A recovery coach works with the recoveree on an individual plan that best fits their own recovery. A recovery coach arranges resources, education and support groups that fits your style and interest. A sponsor follows an AA or an NA 12 step and helps their person being sponsored answer the questions and work through them together.
In-Person & Virtual services available
On site appointments available
Complementary consultation/phone or in person
Support for families
Most family members believe that their loved one is the problem and why should they get help?
Family members unknowingly contribute to the problem or unintentionally start to enable or develop codependency tendencies. In turn, these family members start to become resentful and begin to lose sight of themselves.
It's important for family members to seek support and work on themselves to help their loved ones make progress in their Recovery.
Together we can come up with a plan, as well as help guide you in the right direction that will keep you informed about addiction along with healthy boundaries for you and your loved one.
Loving someone with an addiction can leave you and your family feeling, traumatized, stressed, or isolated. It can also put a huge financial strain on the family as well as effecting your physical and mental health.