Architects of recovery from alcohol misuse : narrative exploration of coaching employed professionals

Solheim, Thobias ; Albertyn, Ruth M. (2020-08-03)

CITATION: Solheim, T. & Albertyn, R. 2020. Architects of Recovery from Alcohol Misuse: Narrative Exploration of Coaching Employed Professionals. International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentoring, 18 (2):101-114. doi:10.24384/3cnm-xb21

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Recovery coaching is a lesser-recognised support service to individuals who pursue recovery from addiction. This narrative inquiry research explored the experiences of recovery coaches working with employed professionals in recovery from alcohol misuse. Findings indicate that recovery coaches work in the field of recovery, not addiction and that they were credentialed by their skills as a coach. Recovery coaching may be a useful service to professionals in recovery. Insight into perspectives of coaches regarding goals, processes, challenges and outcomes of recovery provides enhanced understanding of how coaching can facilitate employed professionals to become architects of their own recovery.

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