Our mobile coaching services provided by master level clinicians are an action oriented approach with the focus being on daily living skills. Coaching is catered to each client’s specific needs and the emphasis could be on, but not limited too: career coaching, money management and time management skills, physical care routine, maintaining a meal plan, medication management skills and defining passion and purpose. Phone support is offered Monday-Friday 9am-9pm to hold each person accountable to their goals and intentions and/or to provide crisis intervention/relapse prevention support.

For clients that are doing a minimum of one hour of coaching support per week, HCS offers internship opportunities to our clients to get them job ready, provide professional reference, and build their self-esteem. Internship projects are based on each person’s skill sets.

People typically work with an HCS coach between 3 months to 2 years and transition out feeling empowered, resourced and inspired in their lives. We offer a wide variety of coaching types; Eating Disorder Coaching, Co-Occurring Disorder Coaching, Mommy Coaching and Sex/Love Addiction Coaching. We are able to individualize coaching to support each client’s unique needs.

EATING DISORDER COACHING (ED COACHING)

An ED Coach helps facilitate the action steps necessary in rebuilding a healthy relationship to body, food, and self. Coach’s do NOT operate as nutritionists or trainers however they can collaborate with them and help implement the plans that are provided into each individual’s day to day routine.


CO-OCCURING DISORDERS COACHING

Whether you are struggling with a mental health issue and/or a chemical dependency issue; coaching can be a great solution to support the day to day actions steps that are needed to maintain recovery. The coach will help identify the core areas that each client needs to work on. Whether they have just discharged from a treatment facility or Intensive Outpatient program, living at a sober or transitional living home or have been in and out of treatment centers chronically relapsing, a coach can help them take the action steps to feel empowered and inspired.


SEX & LOVE ADDICTION COACHING

A coach can help with the daily actions steps to help with and/or keep an individual accountable to healthy relationships. If someone is struggling with infidelity issues or other sex addicted behavior, a coach can help with an action plan to support the individual in developing a healthier relationship with themselves and with others. The coach can collaborate with a therapist and/or intensive outpatient program to put their recovery plan into action.

FAMILY COACHING

Families (parents, siblings, and partners) suffer just as much or more than their family member with mental health, life transition and/or addiction issues. A coach can help resource and support family members whom often can get lost in the shuffle of their struggling family member. Coaches also help in education and preparing families for what to realistically expect from their struggling family member in their recovery process. Often families are in a state of anger, trauma and resentment and a coach can support families to better ground themselves and make sure they are taking care of themselves. A coach can help families set and hold healthy boundaries that will support the success of their family member that’s trying to get on a better path of living. This isn’t a family therapy support, however we can provide referrals.

MOMMY COACHING

Whether you are a full time mommy or a working mom, a coach can help create a healthy routine that integrates self-care and family time. Creative ideas are provided when child care is limited. Mommy coach’s are well informed of many mommy resources in the community that can be of support at various stages of mommyhood and help with new mothers in their first few years of raising their children. A coach can help create self-care and recovery plans, daily routines with kid(s), provide research on developmental stages, importance of emotional intelligence and various other topics that are pertinent to each mom’s challenges. Coach’s can also help with mom’s that have addiction, mental health or/and post-partum depression.

EATING DISORDER COACHING (ED COACHING)

An ED Coach helps facilitate the action steps necessary in rebuilding a healthy relationship to body, food, and self. Coach’s do NOT operate as nutritionists or trainers however they can collaborate with them and help implement the plans that are provided into each individual’s day to day routine.

ED Coaching can help with the following; (coaching individualized for each person’s specific needs)

-Education on how to delay binge, purge, or other ED behaviors by asking for help
-Nutritional Support and Accountability (reinforcing food plans recommended by client’s treatment team)
-Implement healthy, body-positive exercise routine
-Creating a personalized self-care plan (ie; acupuncture, yoga, body coach, personal trainers with ED sensitivity
-Grocery shopping, meal scheduling, and accountability
-Meal process and food exposure training (support eating in public, cooking, sharing meals)
-Support with body image issues
-Learning how to use a day planner
-Support in following through with commitments and appointments
-Creating an hour by hour schedule when necessary
-Learning to deal with free time and/or unstructured time
-Help in finding safe and comfortable meetings or community resources
-Positive modeling of healthy relationship with food, body, and self
-Support in finding a sponsor when applicable
-Education on co-occurring disorders with ED
-Support in establishing healthy friendships and relationships
-Finding a job/volunteer work/internship
-Getting back to school (GED & College application support)
-Resume/cover letter writing support
-Interview skill development
-Support with changing careers
-Study Skills
-Addressing over spending and under spending
-Learning how to create a monthly and weekly budget
-How to use checkbook/credit cards/open bank account/pay bills
-Learning how to re-establish trust with family/significant other/friends around money issues
-Learning how to have fun in sobriety and explore different hobbies
-How to build fun into weekly schedule
-Finding one’s own aspirations and dreams
-Spirituality support
-Works with psychiatrists, therapists, sober living & outpatient programs and other service providers to provide a team approach
-Referrals to various professionals with specializations in eating disorders provided as needed

CO-OCCURRING DISORDERS COACHING

Whether you are struggling with a mental health issue and/or a chemical dependency issue; coaching can be a great solution to support the day to day actions steps that are needed to maintain recovery. The coach will help identify the core areas that each client needs to work on. Whether they have just discharged from a treatment facility or Intensive Outpatient program, living at a sober or transitional living home or have been in and out of treatment centers chronically relapsing, a coach can help them take the action steps to feel empowered and inspired.

Co-Occurring Disorder Coaching can help with the following; (coaching individualized for each person’s specific needs)

-Learning how to use a day planner
-Support in following through with commitments and appointments
-Creating an hour by hour schedule when necessary
-Learning to deal with free time and/or unstructured time
-Nutritional consulting (meal planning, food choice education, safe supplements to use)
-Creating an exercise routine
-Hiking/walking/running/yoga sessions
-Creating a personalized self-care plan (acupuncture, massage, neurofeedback, personal trainers, etc.)
-Meditation, Mindfulness training
-Medication Management
-Meal Planning, education on healthy food choices
-Grocery Shopping support
-Finding a job/volunteer work/internship
-Getting back to school (GED & College application support)
-Resume/cover letter writing support
-Interview skill development
-Support with changing careers
-Study Skills
-Addressing over spending and under spending
-Learning how to create a monthly and weekly budget
-How to use checkbook/credit cards/open bank account/pay bills
-Learning how to re-establish trust with family/significant other/friends around money issues
-Creating a plan of accountability around spending
-Learning how to have fun in sobriety and explore different hobbies
-How to build fun into weekly schedule
-Finding one’s own aspirations and dreams
-Spirituality support
-Help in finding safe and comfortable meetings (ie; AA, Against the Stream or other support groups)
-Daily relapse prevention plan, (identifying potential triggers and making plan around it)
-Support in finding a safe sponsor/mentor
-Education on Cycle of Addictions
-Support in establishing healthy friendships and relationships
-Identifying ways to not isolate
-Finding Community Activities to engage in
-Support in Sleep Routine
-Safety planning when symptoms increase
-Works with psychiatrists, therapists, sober living & outpatient programs and other service providers to provide a team approach

SEX & LOVE ADDICTION COACHING

A coach can help with the daily actions steps to help with and/or keep an individual accountable to healthy relationships. If someone is struggling with infidelity issues or other sex addicted behavior, a coach can help with an action plan to support the individual in developing a healthier relationship with themselves and with others. The coach can collaborate with a therapist and/or intensive outpatient program to put their recovery plan into action.

Sex & Love Addiction Coaching can help with the following; (coaching individualized for each person’s specific needs)

-Create daily, weekly, and monthly relapse prevention plans
-Putting restrictions on cell phones and computers when requested
-Accountability plans around situations that could be triggering
-Support with Physical Well Being; exercise plan, sleep routine, food plan, etc
-Utilize Circle Plans and create action steps around them (tool used by specialized CSAT therapists to prevent relapses from coming), can create Circle plans when needed
-Address Budgeting Issues
-Find new ways of having fun
-Healthy Dating Plans
-Career/Academic Guidance
-Support in finding safe group support (ie; 12 steps, group therapy, or Against the Stream)
-Support in reintegration into families when separated for a period of time

FAMILY COACHING

Families (parents, siblings, and partners) suffer just as much or more than their family member with mental health, life transition and/or addiction issues. A coach can help resource and support family members whom often can get lost in the shuffle of their struggling family member. Coaches also help in education and preparing families for what to realistically expect from their struggling family member in their recovery process. Often families are in a state of anger, trauma and resentment and a coach can support families to better ground themselves and make sure they are taking care of themselves. A coach can help families set and hold healthy boundaries that will support the success of their family member that’s trying to get on a better path of living. This isn’t a family therapy support, however we can provide referrals.

Family Coaching can help with the following; (coaching individualized for each person’s specific needs)

-Help Families find resources to support them (free groups, therapists, etc)
-Help families create self-care plans (often families are in deprivation because all energy goes towards challenged family member)
-Troubleshoot decisions that need to be made in long-term and short-term planning
-Provide psychoeducation on mental health, addiction or life transition issues that their family member is struggling with, (ie books, articles, websites provided as needed)
-Help families create long-term plans when family member have chronic challenges that will always need some level of coaching and/or case management support.

MOMMY COACHING

Whether you are a full time mommy or a working mom, a coach can help create a healthy routine that integrates self-care and family time. Creative ideas are provided when child care is limited. Mommy coach’s are well informed of many mommy resources in the community that can be of support at various stages of mommyhood and help with new mothers in their first few years of raising their children. A coach can help create self-care and recovery plans, daily routines with kid(s), provide research on developmental stages, importance of emotional intelligence and various other topics that are pertinent to each mom’s challenges. Coach’s can also help with mom’s that have addiction, mental health or/and post-partum depression.

Mommy Coaching can help with the following; (coaching individualized for each person’s specific needs)

-A coach can help create self-care plans
-Help support mom finding ways to get sleep
-Sleep routines for babies/kids
-Support in daily routines with kid(s)
-Provide research on developmental stages
-Support in mommy’s emotional regulation; Post-Partum Depression or just overwhelm of the responsibilities of motherhood
-Addressing any mental health/addiction issues if they come up
-Addressing the identity shift as new mom and having someone to process
-Discuss and troubleshoot challenges that might come up in marriage
-Support for single mom’s
-Help in getting things ready and organized before baby comes
-Tips to prepare sibling when having second child
-How to identify good child care, questions to ask, things to look for and support in hiring
-Finding mommy support groups that are right for you