Ensure You Stay Sober After Addiction Treatment With Your Own Personal Recovery Coach!
The relapse statistics for recovering drug and alcohol addicts are not good. According to the latest studies, nearly 7 out of 10 recovering addicts relapse within the first year.
The best way to avoid a painful, life-disrupting relapse?
Hire a recovery coach.
One recent study showed that 3 out of 4 people with a coach STAY IN RECOVERY for the long term!
Other statistics show that 80% of people leaving an addiction treatment center relapse within the first year after discharge. However, working with a coach can reduce the likelihood of relapse during this crucial period.
That’s why if you are serious about finally getting free of your alcohol and/or drug addiction you need to hire a recovery coach like me.
What a Recovery Coach Can Do for You
Recovery coaching is the missing link, bridging the gap between an individual leaving a treatment center and maintaining long term sobriety
A recovery coach puts someone in your life who believes in you and wants to see you succeed.
It’s easy for those in an addict’s life to lose hope and expect the worst but a good recovery coach will stick by your side and give you the advice and tips you need to weather hard-hitting cravings, to avoid setbacks and if a setback does occur – help you get back on track fast.
Your coach will also help you gain insight into your patterns so that you can recognize what actions and choices are putting you at risk for relapse. With his help, you’ll be able to better spot risky situations and avoid them.
A Recovery Coach is NOT a Therapist
It’s important to understand that recovery coaches are not therapists or drug counselors.
We do not use therapies like Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) to treat addiction. Instead we build a personal relationship with you and then through support and encouragement help you to build the foundation you need to achieve long-term sobriety.
Recovery coaches provide the kind of relationship that is needed for success. Numerous studies have shown that a close relationship with someone who is strong and supportive can facilitate well-being and the achievement of goals.
So what’s the real difference between a coach, a sponsor and a therapist?
According to Recovery Coaches International (RCI) – “A coach isn’t limited to using the Steps and Traditions, and coaches don’t focus on the past. Many recovery coaches are members of Twelve-Step Programs and have both a sponsor and a coach! A coach’s job is to challenge and support their clients as they make changes toward having a better life.”
“Coaching focuses on the present and future, while therapy focuses primarily on the past. In therapy the concern is how unresolved issues are impacting the present. In coaching the question is not why but how. The focus is on what can be done today to move toward your goals and make your vision come true.”
Who Needs a Recovery Coach?
- Alcoholics and drug users leaving treatment and re-entering the outside world
- Alcoholics and drug users who need to balance recovery, work and life
- Public people who fear going to an AA meeting because someone there may recognize them
- Entrepreneurs, business owners, executives, blue collar workers, housewives and more who are returning to work or other parts of life after a leave of absence or a stay in a treatment center
- Newly sober professionals whose sobriety is important to both a business and their own personal careers
- Parents who hid their addictions from their partner and their children
- And more
Why I Am the Right Recovery Coach for You
Hi, my name is Henry and I started using alcohol at age 8, selling drugs at age 12 and by age 18 I was a millionaire drug dealer.
By age 20, I was busted by the DEA and was supposed to get charged with possession with the intent to distribute cocaine but caught the break of a lifetime since it was my first offense and my charge was reduced to a simple misdemeanor drug possession. I was sentenced to 9 months in residential treatment, which I successfully completed.
That was the beginning of my journey down the road to recovery.
Today, I am a professional speaker, best-selling author and empowerment expert. I couldn’t do or be any of these things or have any of the things I have, if it weren’t for a practical program of recovery.
Now I teach people in recovery what I learned in my own life, which is how to transform their thinking so they can live a life of significance and make a difference in the world.
I am a board certified addictions and drug counselor, and I am also a person in long-term recovery. What that means is that I have not used any mind- or mood-altering substances or had a relapse since November 17, 1980 – that’s 37 years ago.
I beat the odds and I am confident I can help you do the same!
If You Want to be a Success,
Listen to a Success …
I can help you because I have been there myself and because I truly care about you. I have helped thousands of people from all walks of life beat drugs and alcohol, including actors, entertainers, pro athletes and business executives.
To hire me as your recovery coach, click a payment option below:
Hurry, my calendar fills fast and I have to limit the number of clients I coach to ensure each gets the personal attention he or she deserves to beat drugs and alcohol for good.
Please note: I only work with male clients that have either an alcohol or substance use disorder and have recently completed treatment or IOP (Intensive Out Patient) care. I also only work 1 on 1 in person or on Skype. Only male clients who are sincerely interested in learning the principles needed to achieve sustainable sobriety are welcome.
Clients can choose from two coaching packages:
- 1 month for $297
– Or –
- 6 months for $1,485 a savings of approximately $297 off the monthly price
Contact me now to learn more about how I can help you achieve long-term sobriety!