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What is a Behavioral Sobriety™ Coach?

By Hellen Davis | June 23, 2018
Behavioral Sobriety™ Coach

Addictions often become so ingrained that a person’s brain automatically turns into negative self-defeating behaviors and habits. As a Behavioral Sobriety™ Coach, you’ll help your clients understand their underlying natural behavior and how these can help lift them or potentially hurt their recovery efforts. Looking at the definition of Behavioral Sobriety™, most people simply don’t…

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Emotional and Behavioral Sobriety™

By Hellen Davis | April 4, 2018
Emotional and Behavioral Sobriety™, DISCflex Recovery - A Book About Me

What is Addiction? Addiction is inherently a chronic disease with a high risk of relapse. When you are in an addictive state, your brain functioning changes; much like it’s been hijacked. This affects emotional responsiveness, communication, and behavioral choices. During addiction, a behavior is altered considerably off ‘norms’, however, natural behavior patterns typically remain. We capture…

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Behavior Modification Process – Recovery Coaching

By Hellen Davis | March 18, 2018
Behavior Modification Process

Behavior Modification Process – Recovery Coaching The recovery community does not have the manpower, time, or resources to effectively address the growing number of people entering programs. We provide tools and data to make this process more effective. We automate the tools that provide insight to counselors and coaches. Step 1 Awareness- Have the recoveree…

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Love, Hurt, Anger Cycle

By Hellen Davis | February 9, 2018
Love, Hurt, Anger Cycle

Love, Hurt, Anger Cycle The truth is that the Love, Hurt, Anger Cycle will surface if you have caring relationships. This cycle is a powerful way of thinking about hurt: Beneath anger is hurt, beneath hurt is love. Think about it: If you didn’t care, how could someone hurt you? This is a universal truth: The…

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