No path is quite the same.
Though there are many common aspects of substance abuse, much of our stories and challenges are uniquely our own. I don’t believe recovery is a “one approach fits all” proposition. My commitment is to learn your story, identify challenges, obstacles and goals specific to you, then guide and support you as you walk your path to a better life. There are many components that lead us into dependency. It’s my belief that only by learning your story can I best help you find your path out. I can’t do the work for you, but it’s my mission to give you the best chance of success.
I’m a certified Recovery Coach Professional and a member of the first Masters of Science in Addiction Studies class at Western Connecticut State University. These credentials combined with my own successful 30+ years of recovery makes me uniquely qualified to help individuals of all ages and from all walks of life who are looking to find their own paths. Turns out that part of my authentic path is dedicating myself to helping others find theirs. I’d welcome the chance to help you find yours.
…much of our stories and challenges
are uniquely our own.
Where our paths cross
Maybe you’ve reached a crossroads in your life. Maybe you’re feeling lost, scared and tired. Maybe you’re looking for your authentic path. If so, I want you to reach out for help. There’s no shame in it. In fact, there’s honor and heroism in it. I’d welcome the opportunity to assist you in your recovery. If not me, then call another qualified individual. You are worth the effort, and there is a far better path than the one you are on now. Choose a new path, now.