Support for Families with Addiction

Are you a mother in recovery or contemplating recovery? Do you feel lonely balancing your own needs with those of your family? Is it time to boost your mothering skills as you build your life in recovery? Mothering in Recovery provides time and space for you to explore life as a mother in sobriety; learning and practicing important skills to enhance and improve your family life while strengthening yourself.

Recovery is Hard, Get the Support You Deserve

You don't have to do this alone. My approach has helped many families get relief.

Step 1

Get Acquainted – The first step is a 30 -minute complimentary call to discover if we are a good coaching fit.

Step 2

1st Session – The first individual session is a 60–90-minute call to plan a vision for yourself and one for your family. Three-month goals will be developed. First weekly goals will be created and you will be on your way!

Step 3

Weekly sessions will be scheduled for three months. Sessions are one hour in length. Using your strengths, values and previous successes you will build resilience as a mother and woman to turn life from chaos to calm. Draw a new map of your life!

Step 4

At the end of the three months, you move to maintenance, join group coaching or check-in as needed via office hours.

What to Expect

Chaos to Calm

As a Family Recovery Coach, I work with you to create a calm, non-judgemental environment for you, your family and your loved one who is suffering from substance use disorder(s). Together we will build a sane, productiveand healthy life for you!

We meet once a week for one hour to discuss your needs, commitments, and goals. Building on what is working well in your life while trouble shooting how we can change what is not working. between sessions we continue our conversation via email and text.

Elizabeth’s group meetings were very helpful and encouraging! I left each meeting feeling supported and empowered. Elizabeth provided a wealth of personalized and general suggestions for how to implement positive parenting techniques, specifically while in recovery. I would highly recommend her group coaching services to women in recovery!

AGM, mother of 4 young children

Subscribe for Tips & Resources

Need support? Subscribe now for email updates that will help you stay strong through recovery and get resources.

Once I was clear-headed, and I hadn’t been clear-headed in so long, I was like, I can never go back. And I’m still thankful.

– Travis Barker