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Recovery/Sober 
Coaching and Mentoring

At Open House Coaching and Wellbeing, the goal is to provide a safe and supportive environment to help you make the changes you want to in your life.

I am an experienced and accredited Coach and Neurolinguistic Practitioner, with the National and International Council of Integrative Psychotherapists and I am ready to facilitate your journey of self-discovery and guide you to achieving your goals. What ever they maybe for you.

I  believe that everyone has the capacity to live a life of purpose, joy and fulfilment, and I am  here to support you as you take steps towards the life that you desire and deserve.

My approach is gentle yet powerful, and I am committed to guiding you to create lasting changes.

Recovery / Sober Coaching and Mentoring

What is a sober Coach - A sober coach, also known as a sobriety coach or recovery coach, provides guidance, support, and accountability to individuals who are in recovery from substance abuse or addiction. Here is a list of things a sober coach can help with: 

  1. Maintaining Sobriety: The primary role of a sober coach is to assist the individual in maintaining their sobriety and preventing relapse.

  2. Developing a Recovery Plan: They can help create a personalized recovery plan that includes goals, strategies, and resources for long-term sobriety.

  3. Accountability: A sober coach holds the individual accountable for their actions and helps them stay committed to their recovery goals.

  4. Crisis Management: They can provide support during moments of crisis or intense cravings, helping the individual make healthier choices.

  5. Identifying Triggers: A sober coach helps the individual identify triggers and situations that may lead to substance use and develop coping strategies to deal with them.

  6. Building Coping Skills: They teach and reinforce coping skills, stress management techniques, and healthy ways to deal with emotions.

  7. Relapse Prevention: A sober coach educates the individual on the signs of relapse and how to prevent it.

  8. Supportive Listening: They offer a non-judgmental, empathetic ear, allowing the individual to express their thoughts and feelings about recovery.

  9. Rebuilding Relationships: Assisting in the process of repairing relationships that may have been damaged due to addiction.

  10. Encouraging Positive Habits: Promoting the development of positive habits and routines that support recovery.

  11. Goal Setting: Helping the individual set achievable short-term and long-term goals related to their recovery and overall well-being.

  12. Time Management: Teaching time management skills to ensure that recovery-related activities are prioritised.

  13. Monitoring Progress: Regularly assessing progress and adjusting the recovery plan as needed.

  14. Family and Support System Involvement: Involving family members and support networks in the recovery process and facilitating communication.

  15. Sobriety-Related Education: Providing information and resources on addiction, recovery, and relapse prevention.

  16. Accessing Community Resources: Connecting the individual with community resources and organisations that can provide additional support.

  17. Celebrating Milestones: Recognizing and celebrating achievements and milestones in the individual's recovery journey.

It's important to note that the specific role and responsibilities of a sober coach may vary based on the individual's needs and the agreement between the coach and the client. Sober coaches play a valuable role in supporting individuals as they work towards long-term sobriety and a healthier, more fulfilling life.

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