Loree Cohen, Founder, Inneractions Intensive Outpatient Treatment Center

"DaMarcus is knowledgeable, insightful, and organized. I will continue to refer to him."

Georgia Frabotta, Owner, The Villa Treatment Centers

“DaMarcus has been an asset to our clients’ treatment”

Danny R, Program Director, Iris Healing Retreat

"I've seen DaMarcus reach people in a way that shifts something in them. He's great at what he does."

Daniel Ballen, Clinical Director, Covenant House California

"DaMarcus comes in to work with our homeless youth a couple of times a week. His methods makes an incredible difference in their lives."
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IMAGINE A LIFE IN RECOVERY WHERE:

  • You objectively evaluate and manage triggering thoughts and feelings without using

  • You feel confident in your ability to achieve your recovery goals

  • You feel valued, worthy and connected to healthy relationships

YOU CAN MAKE IT YOUR REALITY

My name is DaMarcus Morton; I’m a certified Coach and graduate of The University of Akron where I studied Criminal Justice/Sociology.  

I grew up in low income housing in Akron, Ohio. I have a lot of great memories but there were traumatic experiences that diminished my self-perception. 

The resulting cycle of negative thoughts, feelings and coping behaviors seemed impossible to escape. I wasn't happy with my life even though I had happy moments in my life.

That all changed in Seattle when I began working with a team of coaches and counselors who ignited my growth mindset. 

Investing in my self-awareness, self-confidence and self-esteem changed my life and my career path.

I started working in Mental Health & Addiction which eventually lead me to Recovery Coaching.

Today, I'm requested to coach people in early recovery. I even consulted on a NIDA funded project with the prestigious think tank, Rand Corporation.

I am humbled my work has impacted the lives of so many.


Self-limiting beliefs (likely adopted from negative childhood experiences/trauma) influence how you think. When you think negatively you feel bad, and bad about yourself, resulting in negative coping behaviors like substance abuse, which can lead to addiction.


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One of the most important things you can do in early sobriety (in addition to adopting healthier coping behaviors) is reprogram your mindset with new powerful beliefs, habits and perceptions that change how you think and feel overall, so you thrive in long-term recovery.

STRENGTHENING YOUR A.C.E IS KEY

  • Awareness

    Self-awareness is your ability to observe and accurately identify triggering thoughts, feelings and impulses, and determine whether they are grounded in reality or not. When you’re self aware, you’re more intentional and better able to self-correct. The first four lessons will teach you how to identify your current triggers and patterns.

  • Confidence

    Self-confidence is a feeling of trust in your ability to accomplish your recovery goals. When you're confident, fear doesn't hold you back from creativing a great life in recovery. The next four lessons will teach you how to overcome fear of failure, rooted in one of the most common self-limiting beliefs "I'm not good enough."

  • Esteem

    Self-esteem is a perception of your value and worth. When you identify as valuable and worthy, you respect yourself, feel secure and remain sober. The last four lessons will help you strengthen this important area and overcome fear of rejection, rooted in the other most common self-limiting belief, "I won't be loved."

YOU’LL BE GUIDED THROUGH EACH STRATEGICALLY PLANNED LESSON AT A STEADY PACE

  • 1

    Welcome

    • Work Book

  • 2

    Awareness

    • Recognizing Your Triggers and Patterns

    • Gaining Direction & Clarity for Recovery

    • Developing Positive Thinking Patterns

    • Understanding Your Needs

  • 3

    Confidence

    • Strengthening Your Mental Faculties

    • Leveraging Your Fears

    • Engaging Creative Visualization

    • Setting SMART Recovery Goals

  • 4

    Esteem

    • Aligning Your Core Values

    • Shifting Your Negative Perceptions

    • Love & Forgive Yourself

    • Acknowledge Your Growth in Recovery

AND YOU'LL HAVE PLENTY OF SUPPORT WHEN NEEDED

OUR PRIVATE CLUBHOUSE (LIVE AUDIO STREAM) IS WHERE YOU CAN CHECK IN TO ASK QUESTIONS, CELEBRATE WINS, OR PROCESS THROUGH BARRIERS

*recovery coaching doesn’t interfere with other support services (i.e. therapy, AA/NA etc.)


BUT THAT'S NOT ALL

YOU'LL ALSO GAIN ACCESS TO

  • Spiritual Development Workshops (breathwork, guided meditations etc.)

  • Additional recovery resources

  • Individualized support as needed