Life Coaching For Driven People Recovering from Addictions

Including the lesser talked about ones – anxiety, stress, self-doubt, depression and co-dependence 

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Be Proud of Who You See in the Mirror

Alcohol Destroys Everything But the Glass

You’re desperate to overcome everything in life that has been holding you back all these years, including alcohol and/or addiction but you’re not sure where or how to start. I understand the process of recovering your life because I’ve been where you’re at, and can help guide you through it.

Recovery Life Coaching

You’re desperate to overcome everything in life that has been holding you back all these years, including alcohol and/or addiction but you’re not sure where or how to start. I understand the process of recovering your life because I’ve been where you’re at, and can help guide you through it.

Guiding You to Recovery Success

Release the True You!

The Best Version of You has been in there all along. It’s just been hidden… until now.  There are many reasons why people like us slip into addiction. For some, it happened after being prescribed medication by a doctor and for others it may have began in our youth as we tried to find ways of escaping our reality.

Whatever your reason, I’m here to tell you that you don’t have to use ever again. There is a world out there just waiting for people like you to come out of hiding, and share your amazing gifts, skills and talents with the rest of us. Won’t you join me in sharing the real you with the world?

Build & maintain healthy, balanced relationships.

Build an unbreakable spiritual practice.

Get healthy in all aspects of your life, including your physical self.

Discover the joy of having a healthy, happy home life.

Connect and engage with your community.

Start using the skills, gifts and talents you were born with.

Ally & Confidant

You’ll learn that we’ve got your back and you can always talk to us about anything. We  can’t and won’t share what we talk about with anyone else.


More than just having your back, we’ll go to bat for you too! Not sure how to deal with an organization? Ask us and we’ll be there to do it with you.

Truth Teller

We don’t sugar coat things. You need someone in your life who will give it to you straight so you can keep moving forward to the best version of you.

Community Organizer

By community, we mean a network of friends and allies in recovery. Few successfully recover alone, and you don’t have to either.

Motivator & Cheerleader

You’ll get excited  about everything you’re doing to be a better you, and we’ll be your biggest cheerleader when you can’t do it yourself.

What is Recovery Coaching?

A recovery coach is a friend, companion, and advocate who wants to help guide you to achieve your goals in recovery. The difference is that this friend has been through the process of recovery and has the knowledge and information you need to expertly guide you on your journey.

We won’t tell you what to do or what we think you should be doing. That’s not our place. And, we can’t and won’t do the work for you, but we are here to make sure you do the right work, according to your recovery goals.

Who is Recovery Coaching For?

We help people who are in the earliest stages of recovery. We know that something has already happened to get you here, and we’re here to help you move forward and take back your life.

  • You may be unaware there is a real problem
  • You may lack confidence to change due to previous failed attempts
  • You might view current behavior as positive or normal
  • You might believe use to be under control or manageable
  • You’re considering change
  • You’re starting to considering consequences and implications of your behavior
  • You’re visibly troubled by your current behavior
  • You have started weighing the positive & negatives of current behavior
  • You’re seeking information about current behavior
  • You’re getting ready to change behavior, both in attitude and behavior
  • You fully intend to change
  • You’re attempting to regulating intake and specific behavior
  • You may be making small changes already
  • You’re actively making changes to your behavior(s).
  • You’re modifying your attitude and responses to your behavior(s).
  • You’re learning skills to prevent relapse or reverse you behavior(s).
  • This stage normally lasts about 6 months if you’re working to change your substance use.
  • You’re strengthening and sustaining changes.
  • You’re practicing skills to prevent relapse
  • You’re establishing habits and rituals to improve your life.
About Me

Congratulations on taking that all-important first step in creating a better life for your Self and those around you.

If you’re reading this then you already know the road you’ve traveled hasn’t been easy. I can identify with that because I’ve been there too. I spent years looking for answers in the bottom of a bottle. There came a time when I ran out of road and had to make a decision about how I wanted the rest of my life to unfold. 

 I thought about taking the easy way out.

 Instead of taking that dark path I chose to fight for my life. I got sober, with a lot of help from friends, fellowship and a power greater than me. Once there, I knew that my work had only begun and I didn’t know where to turn to get the life I wanted for myself.

 I got a coach.

Now I wish to return the favor and share what I’ve found in my path to rediscovering who I am, and what my purpose is. Everything you’ve ever wanted is on the other side of fear, poor perception and self-limiting beliefs.

Let’s talk and see what the future holds for you!



“Paul has been helping me make sense of a very difficult life event that left me feeling anxiety ridden as well as hopeless. Paul has given me simple, concrete solutions to add into my everyday that helps me be the best me for everybody who is counting on me as well as just for my own peace!! I highly recommend Paul as a life coach to help you through lifes tough moments and to celebrate with you on the upswings!”

Michelle E.

“Hey Paul – just picked up my 1 yr chip at the downtown group, & you were a big part of helping me get there, so Thanks!”

Brad B.

“I’m not a Grateful Dead fan, but what a long strange trip it’s been. I’m relaxed and at peace, which couldn’t be much more opposite than I was a year ago.”

Matt S.

Find Your Balance. Set Your Goals. Take Your Life Back!

Your true self isn’t always easy to see and it can get even harder when we use drugs or alcohol. The good news is, you never have to use again and by doing so you can get a clearer view of who you are and the path you want to take.

Don’t Wait Any Longer.

Start Forging Your Path Today!