One-to-one recovery coaching
Which wolf do you feed?
As the parable goes, there are two wolves inside us; one good, one bad. The one we feed determines the quality of our life.
As someone in recovery, choosing which wolf you feed is a life-changing decision.
Feeding the good wolf ensures optimal health in mind, body and spirit. By nourishing that wolf - the wolf of joy, hope, humility, kindness, empathy, truth, compassion, inner peace and forgiveness - you nourish your recovery. Long term recovery provides a life of meaning, purpose and joy.
If you are a loved one experiencing addiction 'from the other side', coaching support is available to you, too.
Addiction affects everyone in the family system.
Recovery coaching will provide you with much more than just confidential support; it’s an opportunity to focus on making positive decisions in all areas of your life, of which recovery is the absolute foundation stone.
Without recovery, everything else falls away.
Family & Friends
When we know someone struggling with addiction, our own lives can be fiercely affected. More often than not, the family and friends of an addict are absorbed into the chaos, pain and deception, and life can become highly stressful and unmanageable./p>
The person addicted isn't the only one suffering.