RECOVERY COACHING PROGRAM (ON-GOING)
Drug-Ed aims to empower, motivate and educate individuals, families and communities, to gain a stronger awareness of the effects of drug and alcohol use. It also serves as a platform in which youth of today can learn from my experiences from addiction through to recovery.
WHAT DOES A RECOVERY COACH DO?
- Support positive change, help people to avoid relapse, and connect with a recovery community.
- Support people on all paths to recovery.
- Help people work through and achieve life goals that were disrupted by addiction.
- Empower people to explore their feelings, provide encouragement and celebrate success.
- Guide people through the recovery coaching process by using an action based approach that revolves around improving someone’s present life.
- To gently encourage greater self-knowledge of the individual and be an empathetic listener as well as building self-confidence.
A Recovery Coach Will:
- Assist you in making plans in order to improve your life.
- Focus on the present and the future without emphasising on the past.
- Keep all conversations confidential.
Recovering coaching helps even if you have a sponsor or a counsellor by having personal experience in recovery.
RECOVERY COACHING PROGRAM INCLUDES:
- One-on-one recovery coaching
- 12 step meetings including working through the steps
- 24 hour check-in’s (Open communication)
- Drug & Alcohol education
- Gratitude lists / Feeling wheel/Handouts / literature
- Self-discovery (Self-esteem, Confidence)
- Spiritual principles (Honesty, Trust, Integrity, Respect)
- Gym/fitness and healthy eating plan
- Social activities (Movies/Bowling/ Beach)
- C.B.T. (Cognitive Behavior Therapy)
- Stress management plan
- Meditation / breathing techniques/ apps
- Ongoing support / networking / Guidance
- Family intervention/ Relapse prevention plan
- UDS (Urine Drug testing) at the discretion of the coach.
FAMILY EDUCATION/AWARNESS ON THE CYCLE OF ADDICTION:
My goal is to educate and empower the family members to gain a greater insight into the cycle of addiction and their journey through to recovery. By giving them the tools to develop a more open and healthy relationship with their loved one, they are able to embark on a new beginning.
WHEN YOU CHANGE THE WAY YOU LOOK AT THINGS, THE THINGS YOU LOOK AT CHANGE.’
- One-on-one weekly mentoring. (2-5 sessions per week)
- Daily check-in’s with your loved one.
- 24/7 support for family members and loved one.
- NA literature if needed.
- Self-care / Gratitude, CBT.
- 12 step education optional.
- Financial budgeting.
- Travel time.
- Zoom weekly family education meetings.
- *See attached ‘Recovery Coaching program’.
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