Due to the addiction crisis, we are hearing more and more about the career of professional recovery coach.  We’ve all heard the numbers of opioid-related hospitalizations. We know that opioid abuse is growing in all age ranges, genders, races, and socioeconomic levels. Although lawmakers, law enforcement officers, and many other public organizations are doing whatever they can to help reduce these numbers, there’s still more that needs to be done.

There’s no better time to become a professional recovery coach. Through our unique training programs, we can give you the skills you need to help those through recovery.

So how do professional recovery coaches differ from other, similar types of coaches and professionals?

Method: We make our clients the experts.
Professional Recovery Coaching is an area of specialty within professional coaching. Professionals in our area will utilizes a strengths-based, client-centered coaching model that allows the client to take the lead. We let our clients become the experts on what they need. This is generally different than clinical staff who act as the experts and tell their clients what they need.

Clients: We help those who aren’t currently in a crisis situation.
Our clients are generally NOT in crisis and in need of treatment. Our goal is to catch them before they get there, or after they are already in recovery to some degree. Many other peer recovery coaches are working with clients currently in addiction crisis.

Purpose: We strive to give people a better life through the recovery process.
Our Professional Recovery Coach Programs are aimed at individuals who are seeking to improve their personal and professional live through coaching. These clients either want to look at their current levels of use and determine whether it serves their overall life goals well, or who are in recovery and need to work recovery tools and principles into their life coaching experience.

With Professional Recovery Coaching, lives are saved and families are reunited. We argue that in a time when addiction is constantly in the mainstream media, becoming a professional recovery coach is more important now than ever before.

Are you ready to consider being a professional recovery coach?