Recovery Coaching is becoming a more increasingly integral part of today’s Chemical Dependency and Mental Health fields. It is a large part of a modern person’s success as they go through early recovery. Intelligent Interventions is a trusted resource in the field of Recovery Coaching as well as a significant resource for comprehensive intervention services.
You can request a customized consultation today by calling our office at: 913-624-9053. This service is not a cheap service but a very effective piece in the frustrating puzzle in aiding a newly-abstinent person to remain completely abstinent through the first essential 6 months – 1 year of recovery. One year is most effective, but is strictly dependent on the financial resources available to those seeking services.
Has your loved one been to treatment many, many times?
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Our Recovery Coaching fees are considerably less than those expense rehabs!
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History of Recovery Coaching
The service of Recovery Coach began for the first time in 1984. Since then, it has been evolving and changing quite dramatically. Today, standards are being developed by clinicians, counselors, therapists, coaches and other healers. We are setting the standards in the industry by raising the bar for professional Recovery Coach trainings.
In 1984, the rock group Aerosmith was attempting a comeback; but it was not working, just as their newest album Back in the Saddle was not climbing the charts. There were a lot of things that were not working for Aerosmith, Joe Perry and Steven Tyler, front men for the group, are referred to as the “Toxic Twins” for their heroin habits and other behaviors on and off the stage. In fact, the entire band was heavily drinking or taking drugs.
That summer, while touring for the new album, co-manager, David Krebs, hired a psychiatrist to tour with the band. After a month, the doctor claimed the band was “un-fixable”. Krebs left the band. Aerosmith denied drugs were dragging down the tour and the album sales.
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Tim Collins told the group that in order to survive they had to get sober, claiming that if they stopped using alcohol and drugs, and he could take them “platinum” again. Band members Joey Kramer and Tom Hamilton both became sober and by the fall of 1986. Steven Tyler went to an in-treatment drug rehabilitation center, followed by Joe Perry. By the end of 1986, the final band member Brad Whitford had accepted sobriety. Even so, Aerosmith’s sobriety commitment to Tim Collins was only partially completed. Collins still had to get these heavy metal rockers on the road, with roadies, groupies, opening acts and exposure to more drugs and alcohol, in order to promote their newest album, Permanent Vacation. Tim was able to help the group maintain sobriety throughout the tour by contracting a recovery coach, Bob Timmons to stay with the band through the tour. A new era in Recovery Coaching had begun.
Recovery Coaching became more developed and professional in 2003 as a professional life-coaching niche. Alida Schuyler, a coach credentialed by the International Coach Federation (ICF) and a woman in recovery from addiction wrote the first recovery coach certification training program specifically aimed at training students to coach persons with addictions. She also created the first special interest group(SIG) for recovery coaches, and she co-founded the nonprofit Recovery Coaches International with Andrew Susskind.
As the industry continues to evolve , we continue to be a leader in the industry.
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These services listed above are available to anyone who asks us for help and is willing to explore new ideas and strategies. They are highly-customized for each individual person depending on the person’s needs.
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and we will be happy to explain all of the details regarding your loved one.
How can an Intelligent Interventions Certified Recovery Coach
help your family and your loved one?
There are many benefits to hiring a Intelligent Interventions Recovery Coach. We are currently setting the standards in the industry as they pertain to Recovery Coaching. In 2013, we will be recruiting and training hundreds of recovering people each year to perform this specialized service in order to put our mission into action.
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We can help your loved one.
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