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Boulevard Magazine Victoria BC — Influencers Issue 2019
I am an influencer in my field of work. The field has changed a lot and Sober Coaching is more known now than it was five years ago and surprise interventions are few and far between.
Intervention Training With Earl Hightower | Montreal December 2018
Well known American Interventionist Earl Hightower was in Montreal in December 2018 training a diverse group of leaders in the field of substance use and addictions.
Boulevard Magazine in Victoria — The Influencers Issue 2018
Boulevard features Influencers 2018 in Victoria British Columbia.
It’s Never Too Late.
At 82 years old, Lotti now has one year of continuous sobriety.
Sunday Night Health Show Interview With Host Maureen McGrath and Myself on 980 CKNW
Maureen McGrath and I talk about alcohol use, its implications and a bit about Sober Coaching.
From the outside it looked like I was on top of the world: big cities, great jobs, and good friends – I was living life in the fast lane. In reality, I was living a double life and the glamour quickly wore off.
Lifting the lid on what’s possible
If you think you have a problem, you probably do. That feeling, deep down in your body that something's not right is in fact your barometer of truth.
Alcohol awareness month: facts & stats to know
Alcohol is of the most widely used mind-altering substances in the world. And it's also one of the most misused. (Article by Rose Lockinger)
People know when alcohol or drugs are standing in the way of their potential
“If you think you have a problem, you probably do,” says Michael Walsh, addictions and substance use specialist and recovery coach.
Psychotherapist Mike Pond releases “Wasted” documentary
In Wasted, Mike and Maureen’s attitudes and assumptions about addiction are tested in real time as the couple search for a treatment that will work.
The real definition of relapse and why it matters
Most people will use substances again after treatment and many within a few months. Does this mean treatment "didn't work" and all hope is lost?
Recovery coaching provides hope after addiction
“I was just so tired of it all,” says Sarah (not her real name), a 40-year-old entrepreneur from Vancouver, B.C. Today, Sarah is approaching six months sober.