Here are some ways in which a Psychosocial Recovery Coach can help you:

 

  • Goal Setting and Planning: A recovery coach can assist you in setting realistic and achievable goals related to your mental health and overall well-being. They can help you create a plan to work towards these goals.

 

  • Skill Building: They can help you develop and enhance coping skills, communication skills, and other life skills that are essential for managing change & lifestyle challenges.

 

  • Education: Coaches often provide 1:1 support with transition & changes that you have set out as your goal. Giving you tips & strategies on how to put a plan in place while making active steps yourself towards change.

 

  • Motivation and Empowerment: Psychosocial Recovery Coaches can motivate and empower you to take an active role in your recovery journey. They may assist in building self-confidence and resilience.

 

  • Life Transition Support: If you’re aiming to make significant life changes, a recovery coach can provide support and guidance during this process.

 

Why me:

Success Stories:

1 – Simon was dealing with mental health & separation anxiety from his family as a grown adult so he would avoid becoming independent and make reasoning to revisit the family 3 – 4 times a week. Here we together focussed on helping create strategies & routines that over a 3 month period. This would eventually demonstrate his capacity to manage his daily living & household commitment away from his family.

2 – Lucas would daily have conflict at high school with other but still be very kind & friendly to his family. This over time created a history of issues at his school with pending full-time suspension & no other possible avenues for any further education or social activities. Taking time to create a respectful environment of mutual respect we then worked together on goals, outcomes, family & what his future could look like (beyond the current situation). Lucas became a great return student to the school being able to manage outburst & create good friendships that helped him with influencing his own decisions.