The start of the road to recovery often means a detoxification period, usually in a treatment centre.
When someone decides that they need help, there is often a lot of anxiety and resistance to actually travelling to the facility.
An Addiction intervention may be suitable when someone you love is falling deeper into an addiction.
The aim of a Recovery Coach or Sober Coach, is to encourage and inspire you to engage in positive action and enjoy being clean and sober.
Recovery starts with a decision to make a change followed by reaching out for help.
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There are excellent treatment facilities helping people find a way to begin their journey to freedom from addiction.
The support offered after treatment is often left to the 12 step fellowships. Aftercare is a meeting back at the rehab in the form of weekly group sessions. Here is where a Recovery Coach can help!
Leaving the safe environment of a treatment facility can be in itself be a difficult transition. Returning to the framework of their lives, many struggle to find a way forward in recovery and some relapse.
A Recovery Coach will motivate, encourage, and empower a person to find value and substance to their recovery. A coach will not suggest one particular approach above another. When change is needed to achieve goals, he will offer practical ways in which that change can be put into action.
A Recovery Coach can be beneficial to a anyone who wants to change.From a desire to get clean, post rehab, or just looking for a way to reduce the harm of their current behaviour.
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