Professional recovery coaching

When you have a loved one who has recently recovered from an addiction to drugs, alcohol, or prescribed medication, we understand that it’s worrying and nerve-wracking to think about them having a relapse. If you notice that they’re beginning to slip back into their drug abuse, you will want to get them help. However, doing this alone can be very challenging. Denials of renewed drug use and promises that are continually broken; it’s emotionally difficult to handle. You want what’s best for your loved one, to fight together against the addiction – but how can you help them? Asking someone to return to a rehabilitation facility can often result in heated discussions, with the recovering addict not willing to go back. The thought of relapse becomes part of a cycle that you feel may be impossible to escape. There is an alternative: patients are often far more responsive and comfortable meeting with a recovery life coach as part of their recovery, and a coach can be helpful at any stage of the treatment process.

What is an addiction recovery coach?

Here at the Master Center for Addiction Medicine, we specialize in outpatient treatments. One of the treatments that we provide is recovery coaching for addiction. Our recovery support services are coaches, people with lived experience in recovery from addiction. A recovery support specialist discusses the present with our patients and helps plan a better future. All of our coaches are professionally and specially trained to be a guide for our patients. They work with the people who are recovering from addiction and help them to regain the life that they want to have. By helping our patients to see the positives in life, we can prevent them from relapsing.

How our recovery coaching can help

If you or a loved one is recovering from an addiction to an illegal drug, medication, or alcohol, our program can assist in the following ways:

The chances of relapse get reduced

Our recovery coaching tools help our patients to stay in recovery. They’re less likely to regain their need for the drug they were abusing. In a small study, it has been proven that when patients receive recovery coaching during substance abuse treatment, only a small percentage relapse.

We show people how to enjoy life

Having life coaching and addiction recovery at the Master Center is all about enjoying life. In many cases, people become addicted to alcohol and drugs due to issues in life, which have caused an adverse effect on them. Our recovery coaches help the patient to see the best in life; they allow them to see what’s worth living for. We often get recovery patients who tell us that they feel vulnerable and weak. When our expert coaches are dealing with patients, they never think low of them, they’ve been in their same position. They understand how hard it is to have an addiction and the unpleasant effect that it can have on themselves and their family. We help our patients to feel empowered, resourceful, and reliable, as we know that that’s who they truly are inside. We show recovering addicts that their addiction doesn’t define them and that there is a real way forward.

Help at every step of the way

At the Master Center, we provide highly trained and professional coaches that can meet all of your needs. Our staff members combine experience, professional training, and a true desire to help recovering addicts from all walks of life. When yourself or a loved one needs professional support to fulfill their personal recovery goal setting, it’s worth having an expert in recovery coaching services. Our coaches will provide support and hope to our patients so that they can recover from their addiction. Without a professional service, those who are in need risk relapsing by not having a recovery coach, our patients can still live a normal life including going to work knowing that if they need to contact their coach they can do so at any time.

What happens if you relapse?

Many of our patients may worry about judgment and experience shame if they relapse. When a patient receives a coach, they’ll instantly make a bond. The recovery coaches are there to encourage a better life; they believe in their partner and show significant amounts of support. We spare no effort to ensure that a relapse gets avoided, and our coaches also understand that sometimes slips do occur. If a patient were to relapse while receiving coaching, we help them to get back on track. Our experienced coaches work closely with the patient, without judgment or scorn, and discuss what made them slip; they’ll ask about their experience and whether they learned any lessons from it to help prevent any future relapses from happening. However, our coaches need our patients respect just as much as they do ours, if a patient misses sessions, we do our best to reach out and offer guidance and help, but if a patient refuses to speak to us initially, we will be there when they’re ready to get help.