What Is A Toronto Sober Coach?
A Sober Coach will help define your needs - and the needs of your family members - outside the sterile environment of a treatment center and will help you implement the skills necessary to maintain freedom from active addiction and engage the inner healing required for successful abstience from substances of abuse.
In Toronto, we rely on a close network of highly motivated, successful and well trained professionals to help yo bridge the gap from residential treatment to a life of freedom and growth.
In addition to goal-setting and skill-building, Sober Coaches often serve those resistant to remaining abstinent from drugs and/or alcohol, but who must do so due to legal, medical, family or contractual obligations.
Working with other treatment professionals, your Sober Coach determines your needs, helps you define boundaries, and explores how community, family, and business supports can best be utilized to maintain ongoing recovery.
Sometimes, our greatest service is that additional level of accountability that evolves into self-accountability. Sometimes, the family just feels safer, more secure, knowing their addicted member is getting a stronger force for good.
The Sober Coach collaboratively develops a plan of action to address barriers to successful recovery. Toronto Sober Champoion staaff have a working knowledge of community resources that help remove barriers – and strong personal experience in having such barriers removed. We have a great network of these resources and their various strengths and weaknesses.
Adolescents in early recovery benefit greatly from having a professional relationship outside the 12-Step rooms - especially when that someone is a Sober Coach who has been there before. Individual goals are set weekly with each person to fit his/her personal strengths and challenges. An empowerment approach is used to build self-esteem and confidence.
A Sober Coach works with individuals at all stages of recovery, whether the person is leaving residential treatment, currently in sober living, in an outpatient/day-patient program, in their own home, in the process of transitioning from sober living/treatment to their own home, or recently relapsed.
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