Recovery Coaching

What is Recovery Coaching?

Amber Therapy Services works with an array of trained recovery coaches whom, are highly dedicated to help those in addiction and their path in recovery.  Recovery coaching helps to clarify and re-evaluate someone’s life, prioritise what they want, and map out steps and suggests on how to get there.  Recovery coaches have proven to be an integral part of a person’s journey to recovery.

Recovery Coaches work with the client to explore answers to the issues being faced as well looking at the present and the future to build clarity, confidence and self-belief around their goals and aspirations.

How can Recovery Coaching help?

Our coaches are experienced people in recovery which have worked in treatment centres for several years and hold qualifications in addiction psychology and counselling skills. They do not provide counselling or clinical services but are overseen and supervised Amber Therapy Service’s highly qualified. All our coaches undertake enhanced disclosure and barring service checks and sign non disclosure agreements before undertaking work for us.

Find out more about Recovery Coaching, arrange a call back for an initial conversation or book an appointment +44 (0)1932 853001

What our clients say...

"I had some pretty unhealthy vices, which I thought helped me cope. I now have a new healthy way of life! Talking therapy helped me immensely. Thank you for supporting me on my journey"

HugoActor, London

"Amber Therapy Services were a huge support to me when I needed help, I found that my recovery coach was easy to talk to and helped me stay positive. I am forever grateful”

FrancescaArtist, London

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Meet the team

Our services are led by experts, consisting of psychiatrists, psychologists, therapists and coaches who work together seamlessly to ensure that our clients receive the very best treatment from the most appropriate specialist for their needs.

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