If you’ve hit the wall due to substance abuse or other addictions, I can help. As an EIR (Executive In Recovery), I understand what it takes to change. I’ve done it the wrong way -- and the right way. Two of the most powerful words I offer clients are, “Me, too.”
When I realized I had a problem, my first thought was, “I can handle this.” The reality is the disease of addiction is complicated. The good news? Recovering -- and staying recovered -- is possible. It just takes practice and guidance from others who’ve been there. You don’t have to navigate this on your own.
"Being in active addiction is hard work, and the result is a rapidly shrinking life. Being in recovery is work -- but the reward is a life that quickly expands.*
Recovery is about putting the pieces together, and that’s what a great coach does. I help clients with all stages of recovery, especially early recovery when it comes to blending recovery with the demands of an intense career. I have deep experience in helping clients return to a healthy, productive life by:
Embracing Recovery: I’ll help you take the risk to start, and then to get comfortable with making recovery an integral part of who you are. You should love recovery, not feel imprisoned by it.
Committing to Recovery: By tapping into your strengths (or discovering them ), I’ll help you discover your authentic self -- and use that to build and maintain momentum.
Building Confidence for Recovery: Together we’ll build an action plan that’s sustainable, working to overcome one of the biggest obstacles we face in early recovery: fear.
My goal is to coach you on a journey that leads to integrity, the process of becoming whole again. Returning to a place where you feel “in the flow” of life -- not pushing (or being pulled).
It’s a place where you’ll discover your authentic self. And it’s a place where you’ll be able to live happy, joyous, and free.
eight EXAMPLES OF HOW I can help you
Identify and tailor tools that increase your resiliency
Transition from treatment back to the 'real-world'
Case management with your treatment team and key stakeholders
Jam on handling day-to-day challenges
Work with -- not against -- your ITG (Insane Thought Generator)
Refocus (or rebuild) your career to support ongoing recovery
Build stronger, more meaningful relationships
Create accountability, including establishing healthy routines
Provide intervention support and identification of appropriate inpatient or outpatient facilities
THE POWER OF "ME, TOO"
Watch this brief video to learn how I help clients achieve meangingful, transformative change through business, executive, and recovery coaching.
HITTING THE WALL?
THREE TIPS FOR MAKING IT OVER
Whether you're hitting the wall -- or simply facing a situation that's impacting your ability to GSD -- here are three techniques that helped me get over my wall.