- Effective Treatment Alternatives
- Private Group Meetings
- Focused on Addition and Anxiety
People are individuals and require individual solutions. Below is a list of processes and strategies we use to help people make the successful transition from addiction and anxiety to well being.
Coaching is the key to a successful transition from treatment to your ordinary life. Our coaching services are discrete and effective. We will guide you through the transition period and give you the tools you need to continue your success for the rest of your life.
Actors and athletes use coaches to bring out the best in them. You can use the same strategy during this critical time in your recovery to bring out the best in you.
For more information on coaching, read our article “What is Sober Coaching?”.
Monique is a proven expert. Careful preparation is followed by the event and then monitored to ensure a positive outcome. Addiction and anxiety are tricky. No guarantees. If you want to hope for the best, then you get the best person for the job.
Everybody needs to talk about it. Drug addiction, rehabilitation, family problems: there is a lot going on. How do you stay focused over the years? Counseling is one way. Joining support groups like ALANON, NARANON, or ALATEEN is another way.Your personalized recovery plan can help you decide what works best for you.
When suffering from the disease of addiction or anxiety and wanting to make a much-needed lifestyle change the most likely first step is going away to a formal treatment center. CFR can help you find the best fit for you. If, however, for whatever reason that isn’t an option or your choice, CFR will help build a treatment plan to work for you in the comfort of your home.
Private Group Meetings
Private group meetings are for professionals who want a higher level of privacy for personal or professional reasons. People who may want to avoid publicity or professional stigma associated with recovery meetings, such as Lawyers, Doctors, Police Officers, Actors, and Politicians are encouraged to contact me. All people in recovery benefit from group meetings. Don’t let your worries about privacy stop you from participating in group recovery meetings.