Being in long-term recovery from addiction / alcoholism is a noble and beautiful state of being. You’ve tackled the core beliefs and paradigms which compelled you to pick up in the first place, and you have turned your life around. And kudos! It’s a wonderful place to be to wake up and be clean and living life authentically. But with that sometimes comes the question: “What not?” You’ve gotten back on your feet, but unsure of where to go with your career path. Perhaps the career you had served you when active in addiction, but no longer does now that things have changed. Your values are much clearer now and you’re wondering how it is you can serve the community and still make a living. With a clear mind comes some strong desires to do something, but an unclear future.

As a Transition Coach, and as a recovered alcoholic (7.5 years since my last drink!), I understand the emotional and mental turmoil that early recovery brings, and I also appreciate how being in longer term recovery brings with it fantastic rewards, but many questions. I was blessed to find a wonderful job in the last phase of my career, but I always knew that I wanted to serve others in a more personal way. It was about using my past experiences, especially the challenging ones from my own recovery, to help others through their own transformations. I know that feeling of knowing there is something that I was meant to do.

I help to remove the inner blocks which may be blurring the map to where you need and want to go. We can move through any external hurdles which may be preventing you from going from Point A to Point B. Through discussion and using tools, we can find out not only what is getting in your way to success, but to co-create action plans to help move you through them. And by using accountability and inviting you to stretch your thinking, I help to push you further than you thought possible. The key though, is putting in the work.

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