How does one become great at something? The answer is with some guidance and practice. Individual coaching helps people entering recovery practice their recovery skills and guide them every step of the way. So that when life throws them a curveball they will be prepared.
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Individual coaching provides part-time support for people entering recovery who are looking for help navigating early recovery. We help clients implement the skills they’ve learned in treatment and translate those lessons into the real world. We help clients to identify goals and implement specific action plans to achieve their dreams and develop a sober lifestyle. Coaching can be set up for just a few hours a week, or for every afternoon, or for eight hours a day/7 days a week—the schedule can be tailored to the client’s specific needs and goals.
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The Benefits Of Individual Sober Recovery Coaching
Individual sober recovery coaching can also be a great benefit for couples. If your spouse has an addiction, there is no question that the recovery will be much more challenging than if they were simply going through a tough time in their own life. However, it is very easy for a married couple to feel a sense of loss and confusion, which can lead them to do things out of the scope of their normal range of behavior. By meeting with a coach, both partners can gain clarity on what is important to them in recovery and what they can do to support one another. This can help the couple bond further, making it easier for them to continue on their path to sobriety.
Individual sober coaching can be a tremendous resource for anyone who needs motivation or inspiration during their recovery. Many individuals have to deal with the challenge of finding a support system that will actually work for them. A coach can help you gain the strength and confidence that you need to be successful in your endeavor. Coaches also help the client realize that they do not need to feel like they are drowning in a pool of alcohol when there are many support systems out there to help them. Coaching can give you the tools that you need to set realistic goals, make healthy choices, and prepare yourself for the journey you must take to become sober.
One thing you may want to keep in mind when choosing a life coach is whether or not he or she uses meditation or yoga in his or her daily practice. Both of these practices can be extremely effective when it comes to dealing with addictions. If your coach does not use these techniques, you may want to look for someone who does. It may seem odd to say this, but it is true: Meditation and yoga can really help you to become centered and focus on your addiction, whether it be in drugs or alcohol. Your coach should be willing to share with you which techniques are right for him or her, as well as what types of meditation and yoga would be best for you.