What can a recovery coach do?

A recovery coach can help you identify your strengths and work toward successful change of life situations that may be holding you back. While their role is similar to that of a life coach, the main focus of a recovery coach is to help you to stay sober and to prevent relapse.

What are characteristics of a good recovery coach?

Coaching to develop the client’s courage, strengths, resilience, and autonomy. Coaching clients to develop social assets such as helpful people and supportive friends, family, and community. Encouraging the client’s expansion of interests and activities that support the client’s life in recovery.

What is the difference between a recovery coach and a peer recovery coach?

Peer specialists often have personal experience with substance use disorders or child welfare involvement. Recovery specialists are professionally trained in substance use disorder treatment and recovery.

What is CCAR recovery coach?

The CCAR Recovery Coach Academy© is a 5-day intensive training academy focusing on providing individuals with the skills need to guide, mentor and support anyone who would like to enter into or sustain long-term recovery from an addiction to alcohol or other drugs.

What are the categories of peer recovery support?

Research has shown that recovery is facilitated by social support (McLellan et al., 1998), and four types of social support have been identified in the literature (Cobb, 1976; Salzer, 2002): emotional, informational, instrumental, and affiliational support.

What are the four major dimensions of life that support recovery?


  • In Fiscal Year 2012, Trilogy aligned its strategic plan for growth with the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s (SAMHSA) definition of the four major dimensions that are essential to a life in recovery: health, home, purpose and community.
  • Whats it like being a recovery coach?

    As a recovery coach, I help people focus on increasing their motivation, identifying and creating a plan to reach their goals, and help them remove barriers to their recovery. Recovery coaches listen, normalize feelings, and provide a strengths-based approach for a more fulfilling future.

    What’s the difference between a recovery coach and a sponsor?

    A recovery coach is more generalized, while a sponsor is more program oriented. They are there to help guide you, the sponsee, through the 12-steps program – whether that be Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, or another 12-step program, and still be free from your addiction.

    What is CCAR model?

    The Comprehensive Capital Analysis and Review is a stress-test regime for large US banks. It aims to establish whether lenders have enough capital to cope with a severe economic shock, and assesses their risk modelling practices.

    What does CCAR stand for recovery?

    CT Community for Addiction Recovery
    In March 2017, DMHAS funded the CT Community for Addiction Recovery (CCAR) to launch a new program that sends Recovery Coaches into hospital emergency departments to connect with individuals who arrive in the ED with opioid overdoses and other drug- and alcohol-related crises.

    Why I want to be a recovery coach?

    A recovery coach serves as an advocate, a guide, a leader and a mentor. Their job is to not only help their client stay sober but cultivate a life that is meaningful, something everyone in recovery can benefit from.

    What is CECL and CCAR?

    In CCAR, banks are required to use the data available as of the end of December for the stress-testing process that is done bi-annually over a period of 3 months. Whereas CCEL is more accounting oriented and is done over a set period of time for the loan that is under analysis.

    Why do I want to be a recovery coach?

    Recovery coaching offers a flexible career path that allows you to work from home or go on the go. They work with people one-on-one, coach their families and friends, and even help plan sober events. This flexibility allows certified recovery coaches to work in ethnically diverse, rural communities or even prisons.

    What is the difference between CCAR and Dfast?

    CCAR is the go to legislation for larger companies. If a company has considerable assets, it will need to be compliant with CCAR. The DFAST assessment must be completed by institutions whose total assets do not exceed $10 billion, yet larger organizations also need to complete this annually.