I am a clinical herbalist, and a Gray Area Drinking certified coach who is passionate about supporting people on their unique healing paths.
I help folks envision the freedom of vulnerability who aren’t quite sure how to put down the mask and pick up their own battle flag.
I speak from my experiences as a Black bisexual male and am comfortable working with anyone searching to find their voice.
I work with folks dealing with anxiety, grief, perfectionism, caring for aging parents, career changes, and issues specific to people age 50+.
What members are saying
I’m drinking much less and on my way to sobriety but in a way that doesn’t feel like white-knuckling it. My Recovery Coach has really given me so much insight and this feels like a gentle, organic process full of healing.
My Recovery Coach was a great listener and problem solver. It was such a relief to talk candidly to someone who ‘got it.
“I don’t feel judged. I don’t feel criticized for anything I’m doing. I feel supported in a way that is exactly what I need right now. It’s been magical.
I’ve had some sober periods and I’ve gotten to the core of why I started drinking. I’ve increased my support system, committed to practices and have felt more encouraged and capable.
I felt comfortable talking about a wide range of topics and I appreciated the advice and insight shared during the coaching sessions.
What can I expect from my Recovery Coach?
You can expect your coach to be present and available during your session. You can expect your coach to work with you to set attainable goals, to hold you accountable for meeting those goals and to work with you to make adjustments if things aren’t progressing in a way that you feel good about. You can expect your coach to be encouraging and kind—they’re here to hold space for you to make positive changes in a way that feels good to you.
How are members using Accountability Coaching?
Members use coaching sessions for a wide range of goal setting. Goals can be as simple and practical as “fold the laundry this week,” or more hard-hitting goals like “talk to my family about my sobriety.” If you are looking to make self-care or everyday behavioral changes, you can set goals to get hydrated, exercise, or meditate.
What don’t Recovery Coaches do?
Accountability Coaching is not therapy, nor is it a substitute for therapy. Our coaches are trained, but they are trained as coaches and not therapists. This article can help clarify the difference. Our coaches are primarily here to help you determine what goals are most important to you and serve as an accountability partner as you work toward those goals.
Our coaches don’t provide daily support. Your coach will be available to you during scheduled sessions but will not be offering text or email support in between sessions.
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