The coach travels with you, encourages you, and affirms your value in society. Since 2016, Rachel has embraced these intentions as a certified recovery coach – and since April 2018 – as a CCAR Recovery Coach Academy, Ethics, and Professionalism certified trainer. In 2019, Rachel received the National Certified Peer Recovery Support Specialist credential, as well as becoming certified in Volunteer Administration.
A promoter of multiple pathways of recovery, she sees her role both as coach and trainer to be a supporter and teammate; to walk with the recoveree, the family, the coach, and their allies.
She is a strong advocate who believes collaboration is key and harm reduction is a legitimate pathway of recovery.
A popular instructor, Rachel has traveled the Rocky Mountain West training coaches, conducting seminars for organizations and businesses and establishing connections with the community.
All of our Recovery Coaches are certified with at least 60 hours of educational training in addition to regular supervisory meetings.
More information about the importance of Recovery Coaching can be found here: https://www.addictionpro.com/article/recovery-coaches-offer-crucial-link