Recovery Coaching Services in New York City, NY
An intervention is often the necessary step to help someone realize they need to seek treatment. An individualized and thorough addiction recovery program can be vital to helping people on the road to recovery, but what happens after that?
Adam Banks at Adam Banks Recovery provides recovery coaching services and the support people seeking recovery need throughout their recovery journey. From learning the principles of recovery to getting back to a life of sobriety, the road to recovery can be long and not always easy. Don’t worry; it does get better — and there is recovery coaching at Adam Banks Recovery to help you along the way.
Adam Banks Recovery Coaching
The first step is often the hardest on the road to recovery. The good news is, at Adam Banks Recovery, that is also the last step in your recovery journey that you will ever have to take alone. Serving and helping the people of New York City and the surrounding communities, Adam Banks Recovery is where the road to recovery begins.
If you want to learn more about recovery coaching or if you or a loved one need help, you are in the right place. Contact us to learn more or to begin your recovery journey today at Adam Banks Recovery.
What is a Recovery Coach?
Recovery Coaches provide expert support and guidance to help your loved one overcome challenges, and avoid setbacks, and manage relapse should it happen.
Recovery coaching helps people stay motivated and focused on their journey. Coaching has been shown to improve recovery rates, reduce relapse rates, and improve quality of life for the subject and their loved ones.
We help those working on recovery form relevant plans and reach realistic goals. We help clients identify triggers and manage responses to ensure successful long-term sobriety.
We help those working on recovery form relevant plans and reach realistic goals. We help clients identify triggers and manage responses to ensure successful long term sobriety.
You Are Not Alone
Recovery Coaching isn’t just about making sure you stay sober. It’s about inviting a person of concern into a recovery community and helping them navigate back into the real world.