IF YOU ARE NEWLY SOBER, OR HAVE HAD MULTIPLE RELAPSES, THIS 90-DAY RECOVERY COACHING PROGRAM IS DESIGNED FOR YOU
GET THE TOOLS YOU NEED FOR THE RECOVERY MINDSET YOU WANT TO ACHIEVE
Self-limiting beliefs (likely adopted from negative childhood experiences/trauma) influence how you think. When you think negatively, you feel bad and are more likely to form unhealthy habits to cope, including substance abuse which can lead to addiction.
Once you get sober, it's necessary to adopt new beliefs and thinking patterns so you don't sabotage your recovery.
Improving your self-awareness, self-confidence and self-esteem is key to rewiring the two most common self-limiting beliefs that likely lead to substance abuse in the first place.
Self-awareness plays a critical role in how you understand your mind. Your mindset is a set of beliefs that shape how you think, feel and respond in any given situation. When you improve self-awareness, you gain an accurate sense of who you are and what you should do to improve and strengthen your recovery.
Self-confidence is the conviction that you have the ability to accomplish your goals and meet life's challenges -without drinking or using. Building self-confidence unhooks you from the common, triggering self-limiting belief "I'm not good enough" which is wrapped up in fear of failure.
Self-esteem is how you feel about yourself, the way you look, think and whether or not you feel worthy or valued. Improving self-esteem unhooks you from the other common, triggering self limiting belief "I won't be loved" which is wrapped up in fear of rejection.
PROGRAM DOES NOT INTERFERE WITH OTHER SUPPORT SERVICES
DaMarcus Morton NCRC
My name is DaMarcus Morton, I'm a certified Recovery Coach specializing in mindset. Before becoming a coach, my formal education and experience provided leadership opportunities in addiction counseling and program development.
After 10 years of addiction counseling, I transitioned to Recovery Coaching to teach the tools and strategies I discovered work best to help people in early recovery achieve long-term recovery.
Today, I'm requested by people and programs across the country, I even consulted on a NIDA funded project with the prestigious think tank, Rand Corporation.
From a youth impacted by trauma and family addiction, to a whole, full-time Coach, I'm fueled by the opportunity to help others transform beyond their circumstances.
YOU HAVE IT WITHIN YOU TO MAKE IT YOUR REALITY
Identifying Your Negative Feedback Loop
Clarifying Your Standards
Developing Positive Thinking Patterns
Meeting and Understanding Your Needs
Strengthening Your Intellectual Faculties
Gaining Leverage Over Fear And Procrastination
Engaging Your Imagination for Goal Success
Setting SMART Goals
Identifying Your Value System
Shifting Negative Self-Perceptions
Self-Love And Forgiveness
Measuring Your Growth