Category Archives for Recovery & Wellness Coaching Principles

RECOVERY & WELLNESS COACHING – PRINCIPLE NO 1

The practice of Recovery & Wellness Coaching rests on 4 principles.

Principe Number 1 is “Recovery and Wellness always comes from the person” Recovery and Wellness Coaches work with their clients to support then in changing themselves and their lives in pursuit of the person they are coaching’s idea and vision of  their lives lived in recovery and wellness.

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RECOVERY & WELLNESS COACHING – PRINCIPLE NO 4

Recovering people are complete in the present moment and yet continuously changing.

This fourth principle of Recovery and Wellness Coaching is probably in some ways my favourite if I was asked to choose.
This principle is, in many ways, a paradox. It is a paradox in particular because it requires us to do two things simultaneously that seem to be contradictory.

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RECOVERY & WELLNESS COACHING – PRINCIPLE NO 3

Recovery to Wellness develops through relationship with self, others, systems and Communities

The idea of relationship is woven through our existence. We describe ourselves as ‘in’ relationship with pretty, much everything. And we are. This idea of relatedness is foundational to the idea of recovery.

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RECOVERY & WELLNESS COACHING – PRINCIPLE NO 2

Principle 2 states – The Recovery and Wellness process increases an individual’s self-knowledge and ability to make choices.

How do we work? What makes us tick? Why do we do the things we do? Make the choices we make? 

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