Recovery coaching is a form of strength-based supports for persons in or seeking recovery from alcohol and other drugs, or other addictions. Recovery coaching is also referred to as peer mentoring where the recovering addict self-directs his or her recovery while receiving guidance, support and encouragement. Warms Recovery Coaches are professionally certified coaches with a specialty in addiction recovery. Our Recovery Coaches possesses the unique skills and understanding to work with recovering addicts and their families.
A Recovery Coach also assist in acquiring life skills as well as the abilities and behaviors that help the client deal effectively with events and challenges of everyday life. Theses skills will allow the client to handle everything from interactions with others to identifying and process emotions. Warm's recovery coaches are trained to assist the client with day to day necessities such as showing the client how to shop reasonably for everyday items, maintaining personal and oral hygiene, personal banking literacy as well as teaching the client how to operate household appliances and preparing meals for him or her self. These tasks build self-esteem and encourages independence.
Addiction Counseling & Family Therapy
Warms counselors and therapist are trained to help clients overcome dependence of drugs, alcohol, and other destructive behaviors such as gambling, sex or shopping. Our clinicians intervene when a client is at their lowest points in their struggles with their addiction. Warms clinicians may also work with the families to assist in the healing process. Our clinical team has a working relationship with outpatient facilities, inpatient rehabilitation centers, halfway houses, and hospitals, as well as a personal network of professions that provide an array of services related to the recovering lifestyle. Warm counselors and therapist have a personal passion for the work, as most have overcome substance abuse themselves, or have witnessed a loved one's struggle.
Addiction is a family disease, affecting everyone who comes in contact with the active user. Warms family therapist will provide a set of therapeutic approaches that uses the family’s strengths and resources to help the active user live without drugs or alcohol. These sessions seek to reduce the harm of addiction on both the substance abuser and his or her family. Additional issues may also be addressed in sessions, such as parenting skills, emotional abuse, depression, family conflict and unemployment. When dealing with addiction, family therapy often takes the form of education, allowing family members to ask questions and begin a healthy dialogue by allowing the therapist to mediate these often uncomfortable conversations . The goal is to resolve conflict
Warms medical staff is supervised by a member of the American Board of Addiction Medicine (ABAM) and possesses the knowledge and skills to provide prevention, screening, intervention and treat conditions related to substance use disorders and addictions. The ABAM certificate signifies excellence in the practice of Addiction Medicine.
Medication-Assisted Interventions are the use of medication to halt the abuse of or dependency of prescribed pharmaceutical narcotics, illicit pharmaceutical narcotics, street drugs (heroin cocaine methanpheatimines ect.) and alcohol. Each patient is assessed by the physician according to the current standard of care.
Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) is the use of medications, in combination with counseling and behavioral therapies, to provide a “whole-patient” approach to the treatment of substance use disorders. It is also important to address other health conditions during treatment.
Psychological diagnosis, refers to symptoms or mental-emotional functioning that do not have an observable organic base, the diagnosis is inferred from patients' behavior and what they report about themselves. Once a diagnosis is established a treatment plan can be established.