Taking a Personalized Approach
Do You Want To Make Changes?
You’ve been drinking or consuming drugs to excess, and it’s showing. Your life is beginning to fray at the edges. You recognize that you’re in or on the verge of a downward spiral.
Perhaps things are not so bad, but they could get worse – and you want to avoid that. You want to change your current situation.
But you’re overwhelmed. It feels like it’s too much to do on your own.
Let’s do this together.
With the guidance of an experienced, well-trained, certified and credentialed Recovery Coach (Sober Coach), and a clear plan in place, you can absolutely change your situation.
Our diverse team of Recovery Coaches have personal and professional experience in all facets of a Recovery Oriented System of Care, which makes us a well-rounded asset to those we work with. And if drugs or alcohol are not playing a large part in your current situation, the mental health experts on our team can still help you through whatever you’re dealing with.
What is Recovery Coaching?
Recovery Coaching is a collaborative, strengths-based approach to changing your relationship to alcohol or drugs, getting healthy, and living a better life.
Changing your relationship to alcohol or drugs is no small feat, and every person comes to recovery with a different idea of what they want to achieve.
When you hire us as your Recovery Coach professional, we work together to identify and design a personalized change-plan with your goals, your schedule, and a better life in mind.
You are the expert on your dream of a better future for yourself. Your Sober Coach is the expert on setting you up to live your dreams beyond recovery.
If you’re saying yes to alcohol or drugs, what are you saying no to?
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Create Your Recovery Roadmap
It can be scary to arrive at the realization that you have a drinking or substance use problem, no matter how big or small. But it’s a lot less scary when you have an experienced guide to help you sort things out.
If you’re interested in exploring 1:1 Recovery Coaching to help you cut back your drinking or substance use, or perhaps you’d like to stop entirely, we’re happy to answer your questions.
Our team provides virtual support worldwide, as well as limited in-person support in Canada.
And to get you started, we offer a complimentary consultation to anyone who has questions about their own substance use, or the substance use of a family member.
These calls are completely confidential, with no pressure to make a decision before you feel entirely ready.
Consider reaching out directly today.
Sober Coaching FAQs
I am not ready to quit drinking alcohol yet. Will you still work with me?
Absolutely! The work we do together is not our agenda as Recovery Coaches. We meet you where you are at, identify goals for change and create a baseline roadmap to achieve those goals at your pace.
What is Sober Coaching?
- Recovery Coaching and Sober Coaching are used interchangeably. Most people are referring to the same type of work when using these terms.
- Recovery Coaching is an emerging niche paraprofessional occupation that provides support in the field of substance use and addiction services in Canada.
- A Sober Coach (aka Recovery Coach) is a professionally trained accountability partner that works to help you explore and improve your relationship to drugs or alcohol. With a sober coach you dive into the reasons why you drink or use substances in the first place, and establish healthier ways to meet your needs on your journey to sobriety.
- The goal is not to only help you stop drinking or using, but to help you anchor into your bigger aspirations and dreams so you can live your best life. The easy part is reducing consumption or stopping altogether. The hard part is recreating your life around this particular behavioural change.
- A Recovery Coach plays many roles, including champion, guide, mentor, truth teller, and advocate.
- A Sober Coach helps you see:
- What’s possible for you
- What’s keeping you stuck, and
- How to move forward with a game-changing plan
What’s the difference between a Sober Coach and a therapist?
- Therapists work with you on your past, and help with deeper dives into underlying mental health concerns.
- Sober Coaches focus on your strengths and what can be done to support your recovery today – and into the future.
- A Sober Coach helps you evaluate and address challenges in all areas of your life including health, work, relationships, and finances.
- Recovery Coaches ask “what” and “how” questions to help you connect the dots and create goals and plans to produce the results you want to see.
- A Sober Coach is not a replacement for a therapist, but a valuable member of your professional team.
- The best Sober Coaches are willing and able to engage openly with therapists and other mental health professionals as-needed for a holistic approach to recovery.