Recovery Coaching opens our minds to new ways of thinking
in order to learn new ways of being.
Recovery Coaching Is:
Have you ever wondered what recovery coaching is or does? Explore the topics to the right and get your questions answered.
A Relationship of Support
Life feels really hard right now. You’re feet feel cemented down as you try to make the changes you want. You need someone in your corner, someone supporting and encouraging you through the struggle. A recovery coach is your teammate, offering confidence and reassurance while holding you accountable to your goals.
Focused on Tools
Your life is spinning in the chaos and unmanageability your addiction has created. You need things to change, but you’re struggling to see outside of the day-to-day crisis. Recovery coaching helps you stabilize your life with tools to help you identify and stop the patterns of escape and addiction.
You have a sense, deep down, of what needs to change. You see who and what you want to become. You just don’t know how to make it happen or how to get there. Recovery coaching provides you with options to help you realize where YOU want to be. You make the goals and, together, we build a plan on to get there.
Grounded in the Present
You need real solutions you can implement right now. Maybe getting sober is your biggest need. Maybe you’re going through a transition where you need extra support. Maybe you feel stuck and are hitting a wall in your recovery progress. Coaching is a great way to get extra support, guidance and options while you navigate the here and now.
Centered in Your Strengths
The duality of your life has caused you to doubt your value as a human being. You’re struggling against the shame you hide every day. Recovery coaching focuses on your strengths and solidifies your sense of self. “We all deserve to do this work from a place of strength.” -Jonathan Taylor
After acknowledging that I had an addiction and needed help, I realized that there were several components that I needed in order to make progress. I had a great therapist, got into a women’s 12 step fellowship and found my incredible recovery coach, Amy. She has modeled what healthy boundaries look like, what rigorous honesty means, how to work the steps, and most importantly, that I am worth recovery! I am so grateful to have the insight, experience and knowledge that Amy brings as I walk this road of recovery.
Sober over 2 years
Recovery Coaching with Amy Provides:
Goals & Accountability
My job is to guide you through the goal setting process by assessing immediate needs and working with you to create a plan to get you there. I hold you accountable to the plan you create so you can break through delusion, obstacles, and self-sabotage.
The women I work with get crystal clear on who they are, the things they need to change, and how to make it happen!
Rituals & Routines
As your coach, it is my job is to help you develop and establish rituals and routines that provide off-ramps on the road of addictive behavior. We will work on your emotional intelligence and skill-set to help you move through emotion and not get stuck. In the process, you’ll learn that you can’t control the emotion that comes into your life. All you can control is how you respond to it.
Connection & Support
We might not have done EXACTLY the same thing as addicts and that doesn’t mean, I haven’t been there or thought that. My job is to show you that comparison is the enemy of connection and that to get the deep connection you are searching for, you must have the courage to show up authentically. We will practice together and learn to be more relational.
As a licensed therapist and a certified sex addiction therapist (CSAT), the coaching Amy provides allows clients to gain stability, sobriety and accountability in their recovery. This allows me to do the deeper work in therapy, assisting clients in gaining and maintaining long term recovery. I highly recommend Amy as a recovery coach and have found the combination of a recovery coach and therapy has truly benefited the clients I work with.