Recovery Coaching - London

Have you stopped using drugs and now feel lost and confused about what to do with your life?

       Have you just completed rehab and feel unsteady being in the real world?

       Do you want to stop using but don’t know how?

        Are you in long-term recovery and are finding your life challenging?


What is Recovery Coaching?


Whether you have been to rehab or not, the real test for everyone in their recovery occurs when they are out in society. This is where all of your buttons will be pushed by family, friends and the community in general. Recovery from addiction is wonderful, however it has its challenges and can unfortunately be isolating for many people.


Recovery coaching is a professional relationship where we collaborate and work on goals and issues that are important for your new life in the real world. It is an opportunity for us to connect and build an honest and trustworthy relationship where we can identify your blocks and ways to overcome these. We can collaborate and develop your resilience to the challenges and opportunities that the world throws at you so you can gain clarity, understanding and propel yourself into action for your new road ahead.


Together we can:

Identify triggers and develop your coping skills

Empower you to build resilience and navigate challenges effectively

Manage your feelings and behaviours

Expand your support network

Develop your self-esteem and strengths

Achieve your goals and aspirations in life


Who do I work with?

Individuals who have left treatment and need some support

People who are using and trying to stop.

Those in long-term recovery who need some support to move them forward in their life

Individuals who are contemplating going into treatment.

Those who have stopped using and need something extra to achieve their goals.


I have worked with clients who have successfully

1) Built up resilience and found solutions to their addiction triggers

2) Developed better coping strategies in dealing with everyday life

3) Built up recovery communities and resources

4) Mended relationships with family and friends

5) Enrolled and completed training and educational courses

6) Volunteered and entered into the work place


'All that we are is a result of what we have thought: it is founded on our thoughts and made up of our thoughts.' - Buddha