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Recovery from Addictions

Through Boundless Recovery, you will gain valuable support and guidance at any stage of recovery.  You will be assured that the choices you consider and select remain consistent with your personal values and priorities.   You will decisively move toward the life you aspire to and envisioned in your Discovery Consultation. Utilizing the 5 Stages of Change (which is widely used throughout the addiction treatment industry), the list on the right shows just a few examples of the types of decisions you will  make with confidence at each stage. 


All treatment is NOT the same and you want to be sure you get treatment that will get you where you want to go!


    • Begin to resolve ambivalence about whether addiction is present with confidence

    • Begin linking intervention or treatment choices to your personal values and vision for your life.

    • If not ready, willing or prepared to stop, you will develop a workable strategy to reduce harm where you are at now.  You may or may not choose to stop altogether later, but you will be safer starting now!


    • Practice choosing with rationality and wisdom rather than pure emotion or distorted self-limiting beliefs.

    • Prepare to investigate potential treatment options and prepare specific questions and information you need to gather to make an informed choice of a quality treatment provider.  You want one whose philosophy and approach are consistent with your broader goals and aspirations for your life.  Not every treatment provider/facility will fit that bill.


  •  ACTION 

    • Develop a range of action options that you are willing to put into place

    • Encouragement and support for following through on the course of action you devised during preparation.   We will arrange ample supportive contacts during this time, daily if necessary.



    • Points of transition are times of especially increased vulnerability to relapse, emotional distress, even physical ailments.  At all points of transition, we will work out a plan for increased support and any other measures to ensure your safety during transition.   

    • Develop realistic relapse prevention steps and strategies personalized to you and your circumstances.   

    • Remember, relapse is always possible, but never required!


Mental Health Recovery

If you are recovering from a mental illness, such as Major Depression, Anxiety Disorder or even Schizophrenia there are several areas in which Boundless Recovery Coaching can be very valuable. 

  • As mental illnesses may appear to us to be an extreme intensification of otherwise normal moods (everyone has depressed or anxious feelings from time to time), you will be able to examine what you are experiencing and determine for yourself whether your experience is so out of your ordinary experience as to require professional attention.

  • You will know recommended steps to finding the right treatment provider for you.  The best thing you can do for yourself is to be a wise mental healthcare consumer! 

  • You will be an active and effective member of your own treatment team!  This may include fully understanding your diagnosis (and what diagnosis is and what it is not!). You will know how to effectively collaborate with your providers. This includes not only being coached to advocate for yourself and your aspirations, but also learning how to HEAR the information and recommendations that your providers offer so that you fully comprehend the pros and cons (every treatment has both) in order to make an informed decision about pursuing any particular treatment recommended.  

  • You will stay accountable to yourself for following through on treatment recommendations to which you have committed, including complying with medication regimens, completing homework assignments, etc. and you will appreciate the need to report results accurately back to your providers. 

  • Finally, it's important to realize that while symptom reduction is great, it doesn't get you where you want to go.  You will know how to stay focused on  moving forward toward your goals while you receive treatment for your mental illness, and not put the important things on hold until symptoms go away. 

You can start taking back your life NOW, TODAY

...even while addressing a mental health concern!


Mental Illness is a Challenge, NOT a Flaw!


Recovery from Trauma

When we experience an extreme negative event, or trauma, we are called upon to perform certain extraordinary behaviors and actions to ensure our safety, if not our survival.  Actions such as hiding, fleeing, extreme aggression, or even mentally disconnecting from the reality of the situation may be necessary in order to survive. 


However, these actions are not helpful and are often dangerous if employed in our regular day-to-day life.  Unfortunately, sometimes these actions can get stuck in the "on" position long after the threat of the trauma has passed. 


Fortunately, it doesn't have to stay that way!

When recovering from trauma, coaching will help you:

    •    Learn, establish, or enforce healthy personal boundaries

    •    End exhausting attempts to rid yourself of anxiety, in favor of ridding yourself of its negative effects.

    •    Establish personal and professional goals
 if these have been abandoned
    •    Finally break free from the stranglehold your past trauma has had on your identity and self-image.  

    •    Begin expanding your comfort zones
 to live LARGER not smaller
    •   Bypass "sticky" emotions holding you back from what you most want. You will have new and effective strategies to circumvent those emotional barriers and achieve your goals

    •    Engage in regular practices such as  mindfulness, meditation,  affirmation, or any of many others that work for you to decrease distraction and stay invested and connected with your goals
.  It's important to live in the PRESENT, not the THEN or the WHEN.
    •    Obtain qualified evaluation and treatment of PTSD,  if needed
    •    Collaborate with treatment providers to ensure that your long-term dreams and goals are being served

    •    Be more accountable to yourself by maintaining active participation in your treatment 

    •    Incorporate practices in your daily life to build resilience in the face of life's continuing challenges and adversity.  

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