What Exactly Do I Mean by Recovery Coaching?
We all get enslaved at times – for starters, by bad habits or attitudes. In fact, the word for “slave” in ancient Latin was addictus. And what does every slave want most?
To be free.
So, I see my work as recovery coach focusing on helping to liberate my clients from anything they are enslaved to –
whether a substance like alcohol;
a behavior like compulsively eating, working, or spending;
or even an attitude like self-doubt or resentment.
And what do my clients recover?
Ideally, it is their true potential: a meaningful life of deep connectedness and real contribution.
HOW DO I WORK?
WHAT ARE OUR LONG-TERM GOALS IN COACHING
The upshot of all this work, in a creative and collaborative coaching relationship with me, is liberating one’s best self to contribute in meaningful and purposeful ways, whether in business, vocation, or schooling; or family, parenting, and relationship.
“To love and to work” as the fullest possible expression of one’s own unique gifts and dreams.