Recover and Rise
With Tiffany Swedeen
A life of radical self-love is waiting for you.
We are all here to recover and rise.
Uncover your deeper purpose.
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Recover and Rise Mission
I strive to end the stigma and shame of addiction for everyone, advocating especially for healthcare providers who struggle with substance use. I offer a safe place for those who seek connection, support and accountability on their path to a life of radical self-love.
Utilizing my training in addiction, recovery and mindfulness, my passion is to work with you to increase your self-awareness as you explore your deepest desires for happiness, overcome barriers, and fall in love with the truth and beauty of your intrinsic wholeness.
Don't ever give up! A life of radical self-love is waiting for you, if you’re willing to take the first breath.
Take the first step and get ready to Rise to your potential!
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is Coaching?
The International Coaching Federation defines coaching as partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential.
Recovery Coaching is specifically supporting individuals who are considering (or may be in) recovery from addictions to substances or processes; empowering them to achieve goals and enhance the quality of their personal and professional life, while advancing their recovery from addiction. Life/Recovery coaches assist the client to increase self-awareness.
Is coaching therapy or counseling?
No. Coaches do not treat, or diagnose. While they do empower, encourage and support, they do not act as therapists, or counselors. The client is considered to be an expert about him/herself, while the coach offers experience, resources, and supports positive present-time change, with the possibility of a long-term partnership.
Is a Recovery Coach a "sponsor"?
No. Sponsors assist 'sponsees' through the specifics of a chosen recovery program. While coaches can choose an area of expertise, they are by definition not associated with any one course of recovery. A coaching relationship entails exploring all aspects of a clients life. Clients can benefit from sponsors if they wish, at the same time they are working with coaches, therapists, and other clinicians. Utilizing one does not exclude the other.
Do you only work with "sober" people?
No. Sobriety and Recovery have a unique meaning to each individual. My philosophy is that we are all recovering from something, and we can all benefit from support. Please call me to discuss your specific situation and to determine if working together will be a good fit for you!