Recovery Coaching can help individuals uncover their authentic selves and deepen their recovery. With a focus on strengths and the development of internal and external resources, Recovery Coaching supports individuals to establish a solid foundation in recovery.
Recovery Coaching at Pegasus Recovery Solutions is designed to assist individuals to learn and implement life skills in recovery. Through an integrative, client-centered approach, The Recovery Coach collaborates with our clients to develop an individualized recovery plan.
With a focus on self-care, structure, sober living, accountability, holistic recovery, and goal setting, Recovery Coaching sessions are both informative and empowering.
Through Recovery Coaching we create a partnership of equals with our clients to co-create an attainable and sustainable recovery plan.
For people who are in transition or feeling “stuck”, the right recovery coach will help. A recovery coach can identify where you are going, what you need to do to get there, and how to overcome obstacles. Coaching differs from counselling. Recovery Coaching is forward-facing and driven by client goals. Recovery Coaching can be used concurrently with counselling, but should not be considered a substitute for therapy.
Recovery Coaching at Pegasus Recovery Solutions is available to all individuals over the age of 18. To find out of Recovery Coaching is a fit for you, contact us today to schedule an appointment.
• Creating plans for relapse prevention
• Developing healthy living skills
• Increasing recovery capital
• Deepening relationship to self and others
• Learning time management skills and resources
• Connecting to recovery community resources
• Repairing the mind-body-spirit connection
• motivator and cheerleader (exhibits bold faith in individual/family capacity for change; encourages and celebrates achievement),
• ally and confidant (genuinely cares, listens, and can be trusted with confidences),
• truth-teller (provides a consistent source of honest feedback regarding self-destructive patterns of thinking, feeling, and acting),
• role model and mentor (offers his/her life as living proof of the transformative power of recovery; provides stage-appropriate recovery education and advice),
• problem solver (identifies and helps resolve personal and environmental obstacles to recovery),
• resource broker (links individuals/families to sources of sober housing, recovery-conducive employment, health and social services, and recovery support),
• lifestyle consultant (assists individuals/families in developing sobriety-based rituals of daily living)
Equally Important, A Recovery Coach is NOT a:
• sponsor (does not perform AA/NA service work on “paid time”),
• therapist (does not diagnose or probe undisclosed “issues”; does not refer to his or her support activities as “counselling” or “therapy”),
• nurse/physician (does not make medical diagnoses or offer medical advice)
• priest/clergy (does not respond to questions of religious doctrine or proselytize for a particular religion/church).