Recovery coaches facilitate long-term recovery from drug use by providing individuals with non-clinical assistance. They will help you establish a lifestyle change plan personalized to your specific needs and goals.
You don't have to worry about criticisms and judgments, as they are nonexistent when it comes to Confidant Health. A recovery coach will help you figure out what you need, what you want, how you're going to get there, and then help you put together a plan that works for you.
When it comes to substance use, recovery coaches are knowledgeable to problems that arise. They've been there and done that, and they can empathize with you on your journey to sobriety. Whatever you're going through, know that Confidant is always right behind you.
Confidant's goal is to ensure that our patients are connected to a network of support for whatever recovery methods they choose to pursue. You are never alone in this journey.
The Confidant Health Process
Whether you download the app or call our hotline, the Confidant team will make sure that we attend to your needs right away.
The Confidant app will connect you to our virtual office manager who’ll direct and orient you about all treatment options available.
Our virtual office manager will set you up with a prescriber , recovery coach, or a counselor/therapist, depending on your needs.
Confidant Health thinks that recovery coaches should not be viewed as an extravagance but as a necessary component of recovery. A 30-minute appointment with our recovery coach is approximately $25; an hour-long session is roughly $45.
Our recovery coaches provide nonjudgmental support to assist individuals in rebuilding their lives. This may include acting as a resource broker, assisting clients in navigating various health and social services, assisting with skill development, and more. They are knowledgeable about several methods of obtaining sobriety and may connect clients to a community of support for whichever technique best matches their requirements. Additionally, they have personal experience with substance use and can assist clients in battling cravings and urges and transitioning through the stages of change.
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Many people are puzzled by the distinction between a recovery coach and a therapist.
Recovery coaches lack the specialization that therapists do; they frequently specialize in addiction recovery, making them ideal for anyone struggling with substance use.
While a therapist is a mental health practitioner who works with you to address your mental health concerns, they have received specific training in counseling. They can be quite beneficial whether you are experiencing a mental health crisis or want to chat with someone about your life.
A sober coach or recovery coach assists individuals struggling with addiction in recovering and leading a sober lifestyle.
They will assist you in developing a strategy for sobriety, setting achievable goals, and discussing difficult situations to determine how to cope with them healthily. Additionally, they assist persons at various stages of recovery and can assist individuals in developing skills that will help them be clean once they complete treatment.
Our recovery coaches communicate with individuals via the Confidant Health app.