How Coaching Applies to Recovery


Recovering Alcoholics/Addicts

Many people approaching the idea of sobriety or are just recently sober have this same lurking worry. Once I become sober, who am I? It can leave the addict drowning in a world of questions and unsure if they can handle this new life in sobriety. I believe this is where coaching is the answer. Through coaching, recovering addicts can find the support they need to stay on the path of sobriety. Learning to be self-aware, uncovering their values and purpose in life, and continue in action towards the better life they’ve chosen for themselves.

Through the coaching process, the client can learn how to create structures, live true to their values, and uncover limiting beliefs. In doing this, they will discover the tools within themselves to move forward to a happier and more empowered life.

Family Members Affected by Addiction

This process also benefits those affected by an addict in their life who has become overwhelmed in the negative effects of addiction forgetting the imperative need of loving and supporting themselves. Coaching will allow the client to find their purpose beyond the life of addiction that has previously consumed them. Coaching assists in the process of detachment supporting the client in the shift from a life of codependence to a life of freedom, success, and true happiness.

Working Together

Once individuals learn how to love and care for themselves, they can then succeed together. Learning how to communicate, live and grow with one another.

“We cannot become what we need to be by remaining what we are.” -Max Depree

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