Family Recovery Coaching FAQs
Unlike therapy, which is centered around the family unit, Family Recovery Coaching focuses on your own personal needs and goals. Through Family Recovery Coaching, you shift the focus from your loved one’s addiction to your own well-being. While a family therapist is available to you during your sessions, a Family Recovery Coach is available to you at any time.
Unfortunately, this program is not covered under insurance and is only available via private pay. Our admissions team will work closely with you and your family to put together the best financial package available.
While Family Recovery Coaching does address family dynamics, the program is designed to focus on one specific family member and their individual needs and goals rather than the entire family.
One monthly family session is available to help you rebuild strained family bonds. These sessions are facilitated by a therapist.
This program is appropriate for anyone who has been impacted by their loved one’s addiction, regardless of whether your loved one is in active use, engaged in treatment, or in recovery.
During your sessions, you will identify individual needs, set specific and measurable goals, learn to prioritize self-care, and address issues such as codependency, enabling behaviors, boundaries. Through constant communication, your coach will provide you with the mentorship and support needed to make positive changes in your life and ensure that you progress from week to week.
Your coach is available anytime, via call or text, ensuring that you always have someone by your side when you need guidance or support.