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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I get my addicted loved one to go to rehab?

This is the million dollar question. There are a lot of different strategies that can help support you in getting your loved one the help they need. The first thing I recommend to every client is to focus on your own recovery first, because in doing so, we are awarded the clarity, stability, and opportunity to reconnect with our loved ones. After we establish personal stability, we can start learning more about addiction and rehabilitation so that we can respond in the right way to facilitate recovery in our loved ones. For more on this topic check out this blog post.

They're the addict, so why should I get help?

When our relationships are struggling, and when addiction strains family dynamics, the improved behavior of one person can have a dramatic ripple effect. In situations that are especially toxic, your personal growth and resiliency will serve in protecting and supporting YOU, which will provide you with a greater quality of life, regardless of what the addict is doing. To learn more about our flagship program for partners of addicts, click here.

Do you accept insurance?

The Recovery Revolution is a small business providing coaching services, and as such, we do not accept insurance for any programs. We do however provide adjustable payment plan options for certain programs, as well as incentivized sliding scale options for low income clients. Schedule a free call to find out what you qualify for.

What's the difference between coaching and therapy?

There is a lot of overlap in the techniques used by coaches and therapists. Many therapists engage in strategy-based coaching techniques that help their clients achieve goals, and many coaches are trained in therapeutic techniques that can address common mental health issues. However, the primary difference you'll find between therapy and coaching is this: Coaches tend to focus on the future and working toward achieving long term goals, while traditionally, the field of psychotherapy emphasizes past experiences, and analysis of the resulting patterns. Many clients choose to work with both a therapist and a coach, which covers all bases of mental health and life fulfillment. Check out our Free Workshop to learn more about the importance of coaching in recovery.

How is The Recovery Revolution coaching different from traditional therapy or 12 step recovery?

The Recovery Revolution is founded on the principles of positive psychology as they apply to codependency, addiction and attachment. Positive psychology is the scientific study of human flourishing, and we view addiction and codependency as a direct opposite of human flourishing. Through positive psychology coaching methods, clients get to experience deep, personal transformations that they may find difficult to achieve through traditional talk therapy or 12 step recovery programs. 

In a coaching relationship, our focus will be on restructuring your life rhythms and redirecting your mental patterns to optimize day-to-day functioning, so you can experience deep wellbeing, peace, and fulfillment in your life and relationships (yes, even if you love someone in active addiction).
Click here to schedule a free call and find out if coaching is right for you. 

Do you have any programs or courses I can take with my addicted loved one?

The only option we currently offer for working together as couples or pairs, where one person is in addiction and the other is in a support role, is to sign up for a package of 1:1 coaching. This gets you access to online virtual recovery programs as well as personal accountability in your 1:1 and 1:2 sessions. This is a great option if your partner is struggling with compulsive substance habits, but no longer needs detox services or sober housing, for which an inpatient program would be more appropriate. For more information schedule an enrollment call with Cory

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