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Life Coaching For Addicts In Recovery Explained

What Is Life Coaching for Recovery?  

According to a recent study, mental health services in the modern world increasingly focus on cultural change. Such psychological services engage acceptable and effective recovery principles to help people manage their lives. Coaching is crucial when addressing mental and addiction-related issues; it enables people struggling with mental illness to recover and pursue their life goals.

The initial recovery and life coaching principles include:  

  • Hope is the central aspect of healing, and you can enhance it by discovering the potential lying within you.
  • Discovering and re-discovering the characteristics of your condition
  • Understanding that you have the resources necessary to make the change you need
  • We are continually focusing on what you want.
  • Generating working solutions to the problems you face once you acquire the relevant skills 

If you have a mental illness, you will need life coaching to aid your recovery process. There are many benefits you will reap from coaching during and after your stay in rehab.  


Experience in Addiction

Life coaching starts with a commitment to several scheduled coaching sessions; six months or longer is typical. Whether someone is new to recovery or has been sober for a while but has lost direction, a recovery coach — a life coach geared toward addiction treatment — could be the key to turning his or her life around. With proper guidance and coaching, this individual could achieve a more satisfying life than he or she imagined was possible.

Life coaches are not therapists. They won’t tell someone what to do. Instead, they will support clients in leading their own life — something some may have been afraid and reluctant to do all these years. This process isn’t about someone lecturing on what to do next. It’s a synergetic approach toward healing a broken life and moving forward. Clients will remain in complete control of the choices they make. The life coach’s role is merely to help clients discover what they want those choices to be.

A good life coach will encourage patients to:

  • Stop living in the past and instead move forward with life.
  • Discover specific life goals.
  • Take challenging steps in life.
  • Learn how to make positive, productive choices.


Who Can Benefit From a Life Coach?

Anyone struggling with which direction to take in life can benefit from a life coach’s help and support. Addicts often find life coach services very resourceful since they frequently need help with more than just substance abuse issues. For instance, many addicts struggle with unemployment, low self-esteem, relationships, mental illness, physical health, and more.


The following are examples of the numerous ways a life coach can assist you or a family member during recovery.

  • Assist you in developing and initiating a recovery plan of action.
  • Aid in creating stability for an individual and their family in recovery from substance use or addiction.
  • Encourage success by alleviating obstacles to gain treatment and recovery.
  • Offer guidance and mentorship for people seeking or already involved in a recovery program.
  • Help a client find materials for harm reduction, detox, treatment, family support and education, and local or online support groups.
  • Exist as a role model for tangible and obtainable recovery behaviors.
  • Motivate through hope and vision while also offering praise for positive behaviors.
  • Function as a champion for the person in recovery, both within and outside the program.
  • Give advice and support on how to accomplish day-to-day tasks better.
  • Assist a person in finding necessities and necessary resources, including money.
  • Help the person seek professional services from lawyers, doctors, psychologists, financial advisers, and other local resources.
  • Provide peer support services.


Using a Life Coach in Aftercare

People who are in recovery from an alcohol use disorder can increase their success when receiving support from family, friends, peers, and other sources.


How Much Do Life Coaches Charge?

According to the above sources, life coaches typically charge between $300 and $700 a month for three or four phone calls that each last between 30 and 60 minutes. Executive coaches may charge significantly more. Coaches who work in the corporate field may charge thousands of dollars per month and often charge around $500 per hour.

Clients are expected to make a minimum commitment of at least one month, and many life coaches ask for a commitment of 3-6 months. Coaches typically ask for a signed agreement, but there is quite a bit of flexibility, such that if an individual feels the arrangement is not working for them. They have signed an agreement that extends for several months; they often can opt-out of the contract. This policy varies from coach to coach.


What Life Coaches Are Not

Based on the information provided by the above professional life coach organizations, it is clear that life coaches are not:

  • Therapists: Life coaches are not trained or licensed therapists unless they have received additional professional training that qualifies them to be licensed therapists. They are not trained in the assessment or treatment of any mental health disorder.
  • Physicians: Unless a life coach has a formal medical degree, they should not offer medical advice to anyone.
  • Friends: Although the relationship with a life coach is undoubtedly personal and friendly, life coaches should not be considered personal friends. This is a professional relationship.
  • Substitutes for substance use disorder treatment components: While life coaches can offer some positive benefits to individuals recovering from an alcohol use disorder, they are not substitutes for a treatment or aftercare program’s practical elements. Instead, they can be valuable additions to a formal, comprehensive alcohol use disorder recovery program under the right conditions.

Juggalos In Recovery Addiction Life Coaching

Here at Juggalos in Recovery our life coach Sober Frank will help you come up with a recovery plan for yourself, make sure you have a great support system, guide you into a healthy lifestyle that works for you. Unlike other Life coaches we do not have a required number of sessions you have to sign a contract for. We believe that if you want sobriety enough and you want to help yourself then you will continue coming back. So what we have decide is to offer one free session to start you off and see if we are a good match. Then we can pay per call or you can pay ahead of time. Flexible payment plans are available. Currently we are offering $75 per session. Discounts given to those who pay for more upfront or willing to sign a contract.

  1. Carnival of Carnage package: 5 sessions
  2. Great Milenko package: 10 sessions
  3. Missing Link package: 15 sessions
  4. Juggalotus and you know it package: 20 sessions

COC: one on one coaching with your life coach, worksheets and tools to help you empower yourself

Great Milenko: Daily check-ins with your coach on Voxer. Weekly log to fill out and send to your coach for your accountability

Missing Link: Access to monthly zoom meetings to talk about specific topics.

Juggalotus: Access to weekly group sessions to conquer thing together. and 15% commission on anyone you get to sign up with Juggalos in Recovery life coaching.


Each of the bigger package benefits include the package benefits before it.


Now you can do one of the packages that we offer sign a agreement after we discuss how often the sessions with be or you can just sign one session agreement before each session you pay for.

No mater what each client starts with a free 60 minute session. you can schedule that here:

After you schedule to get the most out of your 60 min session you should pre-fill out this worksheet. (all information is kept private unless required by law)

We also offer general starter courses! Click the School link in the menu!


Much love to you all! Whoop Whoop!


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