Life coaches are available for recovering drug addicts who wish to establish themselves back into society, and most often the working force. Skills such as creating a resume, learning how to interview and apply for positions are taught by life coaches. Life coaches do not have to be recovering addicts themselves, but oftentimes they are.
Having the addictive recovery experience behind them, life coaches can prove to be great examples and inspiration for those who are seeking to leave their drug addictions behind. Time management skills are taught as well as organization skills; all of which help to structure the life of a prior addict and help to achieve implementation back into the workforce. If you are looking for ways to improve your life upon recovery, consider seeking out a life coach. You can contact your local rehab facility or therapists for recommendations. Using the experience of a life coach, you have nothing to lose and skills to gain.
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