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The Ten Greatest Reasons to Hire a Professional Coach

The Ten Greatest Reasons to Hire a Professional Coach

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What is the benefit of hiring a Professional Coach in any field: Life Coach, Business Coach, Fitness Coach, Recovery Coach, Family Recovery Coach, or any other specialized coach?

I get asked this question quite often from both sides of the equation: as an instructor of Professional Master Coaches, and as a successful business woman who utilizes a Professional Coach.  I’ll share with you my top ten reasons why I believe anyone should hire a Professional Coach.

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Before I share my thoughts with you on the top ten reasons to hire a Professional Coach, I want to define what a Professional Coach is and what they do.

A Professional Coach is:

A highly trained and very skilled individual
A professional with tools to get the job done
A very motivated individual who motivates others
An ethical and responsible person
A caring people person
A very advanced cheerleader
An action-oriented problem solver
A flexible, goal-driven communication specialist
A perception and perspective changer
A blockage buster and solution finder
It’s also important to look at what Professional Coaches are not to truly understand who they really are.

A Professional Coach is not:

A banker or accountant
A therapist or counselor
A sponsor or twelve-step guide
A psychiatrist
A goal or objective setter
A date or romantic interest
A party pal
A person with a conflict of interest in relation to a client
An uneducated or untrained individual
Interested in selfish, unethical, or illegal matters
Now that I have identified what a Professional Coach is and is not, I would like to describe what a coach does.  Coaching is a results and client driven process where the coach assists the client to reach a solution.  It is a development or training process where a client receives support while working towards goals and objectives via specific action plans, where the coach utilizes core competencies, skill sets, and tools to help the client see past blockages and reach solution or meet goals.  There are many different types of coaching:

Coaching Types and Styles:

1. Business Coaching
2. Recovery Coaching
3. Christian Coaching
4. Executive Coaching
5. Life Coaching
6. Financial Coaching
7. Health and Wellness Coaching
8. Fitness coaching
9. Relationship Coaching
10. Personal coaching
11. Family recovery coaching

There are many different types and styles of coaching; the largest difference today is peer coaching and Professional Coaching.  The difference is just like it sounds, peer coaching is peer to peer often volunteer, and Professional Coaching is a highly trained and skilled individual and almost always paid for their services. Professional Coaches use a range of communication skills such as active listening, powerful questioning, paraphrasing, the natural laws of cause and effect, reading body language, tones, and inflections, observation, intuition, action planning, and other activities. Professional Coaching helps an individual to identify their capabilities and skill sets that already exist internally and put them into motion to reach solutions in all coaching fields.

Now I’ve identified what a Professional Coach is and isn’t and what they do. You have to be prepared before you execute; now you’re ready to get the information you’ve been waiting for. What are the ten greatest benefits of hiring these highly trained and skilled individuals?

  • Every problem has a solution because the problem defines the solution; there is perspective and perception problems that block most clients from getting to solutions on their own, Profession Coaches help clients get past these blocks and reach solutions.
  • We all are human, thus we all suffer from the human condition. We all have blind spots; Professional Coaches can help clients can point out areas of weakness that clients miss or don’t see.
  • We all need someone to hold us accountable. Clients can take on greater responsibility by meeting with their coach on action plans with specific time tables and follow-up.
  • A Professional Coach will help redirect the client when they are off track with their action plan. The coach is trained to be flexible; however, to keep the plan moving forward toward solution.
  • A Professional Coach is trained to bring out the very best in the client through communication skills and other coaching techniques. The client won’t just be spinning in circles, but actually, always moving forward toward solution.
  • The coach brings extra talent to the table. When the client sets the goal, then the coach and client brainstorm together to reach solution; there is twice the creativity.
  • We all need spiritual sounding boards in our lives. Even coaches need coaches! I haven’t met a highly successful person yet who doesn’t have a coach!
  • Professional Coaches celebrate all the victories with the client, no matter how big or small. A win is a win!
  • Clients can communicate with their coach in confidence and confidentiality. The coach will always be supportive and non-judgmental. The coach may suggest change; however, it will be in a positive and nurturing way.
  • Professional Coaches get results! They bring out the best in clients and expect the champion from within to show him or herself.

 

 

This really is a no brainer!  If you could achieve your goal, increase your bottom line, lose those pounds, win that championship, or at least increase your chances for success, wouldn’t you do what it takes?  Professional Coaches make all the difference!

“I’ve seen the power of Life Coaching firsthand and I know how beneficial it can be.”  Leeza Gibbons

The Addictions Academy of Miami, Florida Trains and certifies Professional coaches in several Types and Styles.  The Academy’s instructors are some of the best in the industry, current, knowledgeable, and cutting edge.

The Addictions Academy offers National Certifications and Training in Life Coaching, Recovery Coaching, Family Recovery Coaching, Gambling Addiction Coaching, Food-Addiction Coaching, Sex-Addiction Coaching, Relationship-Addiction Coaching, Fitness Coaching, International Master Addictions Coaching, and much more.
If you would like to hire a Professional Coach you can reach the Addictions Coach at 1-800-706-0318 or visit their website at https://theaddictionscoach.com.  If you are interested in training to become a coach you can contact The Addictions Academy at 800-706-0318 or visit their website at http://ww.theaddictionsacademy.com.

© 2015 Cali Estes, Ph.D

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How Do YOU Benefit from The Addictions Academy Train the Trainer Program?

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How Do You Benefit from The Addictions Academy Train the Trainer Program?

The Addictions Academy is currently granting licenses for instructors that they train to teach their curriculum to their own clientele. This is the first affiliate training program for addiction professionals.  How will you benefit from The Addictions Academy’s Train the Trainer Program and why do you need to become a licensed affiliate?

The top five reasons to sign up for the Addictions Academy’s Train the Trainer program:
1. You will be able to make a great income.
2. You will have the opportunity to help others.
3. You will be able to learn the art of professional addiction recovery coaching, and give back!
4. You will have a direct impact in helping to save thousands of lives!
5. You will be able to reach many more clients.

It’s a no-brainer; a win-win situation for everyone involved.  Just imagine how many more lives can be saved when you are training and educating more professionals to work in this growing and exciting industry.  We will be able to reach more clients with our proven curriculum and systems of educating instructors to teach our educational courses and exams. At present, there is a worldwide demand that can’t be met because of lack of trained personnel.  Clients need our services desperately; people are dying every few minutes from addiction in every town, in every state in every country.

When you become an instructor of Train the trainer, you become the linchpin in the chain of recovery that helps others to find and experience purpose, passion, excitement, and motivation for success by becoming a professional recovery coach, family recovery coach, interventionist, relapse prevention professional, prevention professional, gambling addiction coach, life coach, food addiction coach, or other addiction recovery professional.

You can choose one course, two, or all of the Academy’s courses to train on and become your own instructor.  This innovative program is sweeping the Nation as once again The Addictions Academy is leading the way in the fight against addiction!  The seasoned and professional instructors from the Academy provide support during your entire journey.  They will help you become an excellent instructor, marketer, speaker, presenter, professional, and much more.

The program comes with unlimited support and marketing help from the academy’s expert instructors and curriculum creators.  The program includes twenty-five hours of supervision units with the Academy’s experts, discussing case studies and reviewing difficult tasks.  You will learn about marketing, branding, and have business mentoring by the Academy’s professional experts.  This training is an application only program as the Academy is taking only the finest quality candidates to offer their signature training worldwide.

Program Options
• National Intervention Professional Training (NCIP) It is required that candidates take a live class first.
• Nationally Certified Recovery Coaching level 1 (NCRC) and Level II (NCRC- II)
• Nationally Certified Family Recovery Coaching (NCFRC)
• Nationally Certified Addiction Prevention professional (NCAPP)
• Nationally Certified Relapse Prevention Professional (NCRPP)

How does it work? You pay $4999 for the class of your choice above and it includes the original student class (unless you have completed that), your materials and the 25 hours of supervision and Mentorship on how to become a successful teacher.
You then begin filling your classes at $999 each. Each student pays the Academy $299 for materials, certification papers, certificate papers, CEUs etc. You keep the rest. That is $700 per student per class. If you teach 7 students, you have paid back your original application fee and training fee.  How much income you make is up to you!

The Academy’s Train the Trainer program is a great opportunity for owners and CEOs in the treatment industry, they can save thousands of dollars by training their own staff month after month and year after year bringing a greater profit to their bottom lines.

The truth is, you can’t afford to miss out on this opportunity; you can have trained staff available at all times for a fraction of what you were paying for training in the past.

The Top Five reasons to become a licensed affiliate:
1. You will save thousands of dollars on training with staff members.
2. You will dramatically improve your bottom line.
3. You will always have available, trained staff.
4. The Academy’s program is a tried, tested, and proven a winner!
5. You can’t afford not to!

Professional Value of Courses:

Make yourself marketable to treatment centers as a trainer of trainers

Increase your income & your client base

Learn marketing and branding skills

Learn how to expand your clientele base and start your own Coaching Business

Increase your earning potential (or lower your ROI as a treatment center)

Add Credentials to your Name

CALL NOW TO BECOME YOUR STATE’S REPRESENTATIVE!

If you would like to be the first Train the Trainer representative in your area, please call The Addictions Academy Today at 800-706-0318 or visit their website at http://www.theaddictionsacademy.com . If you want to be the best, you have to be trained by the best!

© 2015  Cali Estes, PhD.

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The Addictions Academy: Ten Secrets to Becoming an Expert Interventionist!

The Addictions Academy:  Ten Secrets to Becoming an Expert Interventionist!

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An interventionist is a highly skilled, well-trained professional. To be of maximum benefit to the chemical dependency and mental health fields an interventionist must become an expert in the art of successful interventions for those still sick and suffering and their families. The Addictions Academy of Miami, Florida offers an array of courses to prepare potential interventionists to become experts in their field. The following are the Academy’s ten top secrets to becoming an expert interventionist.

  1. To be the best, you need to be trained by the best!

Let’s be honest, if you don’t care who trains you as an interventionist, it’s a crap shoot as to your success in training and skills. You should do your research and find highly skilled professionals with years of experience in the field of interventions. The best instructors are not people who read books; they are professionals who have the experience in the field that can show you the different techniques to be successful. The Addictions Academy’s instructors have many years experience in the field and have had hundreds of successful interventions using different methods and techniques.

  1. An interventionist has to be prepared before they execute.

Successful interventionists plan out their interventions. An intervention should never be rushed or spontaneous; it should be carefully planned out usually at least a week from the original call. The interventionist’s transportation, and lodging, needs to be set up, as well as the date, time, and location of the intervention.   A contract needs to be sent to the client, a deposit sent from the client, and a pre-intervention plan set up. The interventionist also needs to have a good idea of appropriate treatment facilities for the client and an escort plan to transport the client to the facility chosen. Successful interventions are well planned and thought out in advance.

  1. Don’t trust what you hear; trust what you see!

Often family members will be the initial contact with the interventionist. The family may think that they’re providing concrete facts, but more often than not, their facts are not one-hundred percent accurate. They may be enablers who have been manipulated by their addicted loved one. Perhaps the family has been lied to about the facts. The referral resource just simply may not know the facts. Even when the interventionist communicates directly with the addicted family member, they still may not get to the truth. Interventionists must trust their instincts and use all of their professional skills to make decisions on the client. Remember that body language is 55%, tones and inflections 38%, and the spoken word only 7% of trusted human communication.

  1. Interventionists don’t react on emotions.

An intervention is loaded with emotions, tears, yelling by family members, and anger. The interventionist stays professional and never reacts based on emotion. Interventionists rely on their training, experience, common sense, and wisdom. Interventions can become very heated between loved ones, prepare the family that you may ask certain people to step outside if their actions interrupt the positive flow of the interventionist’s progress. Interventionists remain professional at all times; they never get pulled into the family’s drama.

  1. Professional interventionists have to be able to understand family dynamics.

T he interventionist must be able to identify and understand the dynamics of each family unit. This information is invaluable as a tool for the interventionist’s success in handling the client and the outcome of the intervention. Most important is finding out who the enabler or enablers are in the family unit. The enabler can sabotage the whole intervention if not identified and handled. The hero in the family is another key player in the family unit. The hero will assist in the intervention with blocking the enabler. To have a successful intervention, the other players worth identifying are, the family mascot, the scapegoat, the lost child, and of course the addict or addicts. The intervention will use all this information to their advantage and even set the room up for success with a door blocker, spacers, leader, and enforcer within the family units. The Addictions Academy breaks down family dynamics in-depth during their training courses for professional intervention students.

  1. Professional interventionists must know how to identify and handle different types of clients.

All clients are not the same! Some of the basic characteristics that interventionists screen for are genetic factors, emotional stress, psychiatric problems, and unresolved issues from the client’s past. Types of clients can include the following

ANGRY DEFIANT CLIENT

RUNNER/PHYSICAL

COMBATIVE/ CLIENT

DEPRESSED CLIENT

MENTAL HEALTH CLIENT

ASPBERGERS/AUSTISTIC CLIENT

CHRONIC PAIN

PHONE/TEXTING TYPE CLIENT

CODEPENDENT CLIENT

NARCISSITIC CLIENT

EXECUTIVE CLIENT

WEALTHY CLIENT

CRIMINAL CLIENT

PHYSICAL ISSUES CLIENT

Expert interventionists must be able to master dealing with and identifying all the different types of clients and adjust their intervention process accordingly. The Addictions Academy will instruct their students on the proper procedures for handling these types of clients and role play and rehearse handling these types of clients.

  1. Plan on a smooth intervention and be ready for a rocky one.

Interventionists must be ready for the curve ball, the fastball, and the slider!  Anything can and will happen during an intervention. The interventionist must be on their toes at all times. No physical violence should be tolerated! The police may have to be called if things get out of control. They must make sure that everyone is safe. The interventionist may have to deal with denial, anger, verbal abuse, accusations, and must be prepared to follow through with consequences. The interventionist never really knows how things will go in advance. The main point is that they are ready to handle the worst possible situation and hope for smooth sailing.

  1. The interventionist must remain positive at all times.

No matter what happens, the interventionist should always remain positive and hopeful toward solution for the clients. The family has been through very hard and emotional times, they may quickly become negative. The interventionist can help set the tone and mood for the intervention by remaining positive. This should lead to a good outcome.

   9.    There are several different models of interventions.

There is a simple intervention: One person confronts addicted person Plan on a smooth intervention and be ready for a rocky one.

A Classical Intervention: educating the family, pre-intervention.

A Family System Intervention: Multiple family members addicted.

A Crisis Intervention: Stabilize the situation quickly, rehabilitation follows.

Johnson Model (Surprise Model): Often used by Interventionists.

The Arise Model: Involves the addicted person from the beginning.

The Invitational Intervention Model: Involves the whole family.

Systemic Intervention Model: Focus is on the family, highly successful with process addictions

The RAAD Intervention Model: Reading the client, assessing the situation, anticipating client needs, and directing the flow.

Depending on the situation and the client, some models are more appropriate than others for specific situations. The Addictions Academy uses the RAAD model of intervention in most cases. You will learn about all the above listed intervention models during their training.

  1. Interventions aren’t only for substance abuse and alcoholism.

Alcoholic: (Chronic, Drinks every Day.)

Alcoholic: (Binge Drinker, Does not consume every day.)

Drug addict: non shooter (pills)

Drug addict: shooter (IV Injections)

Drug addict smoker (crack, meth, pills etc)

Functioning Drug addict or alcoholic

Non addict but excessive user

Process Addictions: Sex Addict, Pathological Gambler, Eating Disorders (Behavior Addictions)

Cutting/Self Harm

Mental Health

There are many different forms of addiction that interventionists may have to confront. The Addictions Academy covers all these forms of addiction during their intervention training.

The main goal of any intervention is to get the client to seek professional help for their addiction problems, traumatic event, crisis, or other serious problem. The above listed information should be a part of any interventionist training. The Addictions Academy trains new interventionists to be the best that they can be; to become seasoned experts is the ultimate goal. For more information visit the Academy’s website at www.theaddictionsacademy.com or call 800-706-0318. Our children are dying every minute of every hour of every day from addiction. More professionals are needed to handle this terrible disease. Are you the next expert interventionist? We hope you are! “Stick with the Winners!”

 

The Addictions Coach: Transfer Addictions – From Drugs to Doughnuts

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For most addicts, an addiction is addiction and food is no different. They complete substance abuse treatment and then begin abusing food and foodstuffs. They may over eat, binge eat, indulge in sugar and caffeine and gain weight. We teach you how to handle the food addiction side when the monster of drugs and alcohol is tamed.   If you need help dealing with an addiction, The Addictions Coach can help!  We also teach those who want to help others with food addiction!  Visit us at www.theaddictionsacademy.com

Read on….

Excerpt from Off the Drugs, onto the Cupcakes

By ABBY ELLIN
The New York Times

“Once off the drugs, the brain craves the uber rewards of the hyperpalatables — Mint Milanos, Oreos, any sugar. An apple’s reward doesn’t cut it,” said Dr. Pamela Peeke, an assistant professor of medicine at the University of Maryland and author of “The Hunger Fix.”

“So you end up with the transfer addiction,” she added. “Off the cocaine, onto the cupcakes.”

Research has found that food and drugs have similar influence on the brain’s reward center. A 2013 study published in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition reported that sugar, not fat, stimulates cravings.

And a widely cited study from that year found that Oreo cookies activated the nucleus accumbens, the brain’s pleasure or reward center, as much as cocaine and morphine, at least in laboratory rats.

This has an effect not only on the addict’s neural pathways, but also on the addict’s psyche and self-esteem.

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New York Sober Coach: 7 Secrets of a Sober Companion

New York Sober Coach: 7 Secrets of a Sober Companion 

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7 Secrets of a Sober Companion

A sober companion is not a sponsor, a lawyer, accountant, advisor, bookie, or lover!  A sober companion is an individual, working full- time with clients in a recovery coaching role.  At times nights, weekends, extended periods, or twenty-four hours a day, travel, live in, from several weeks to months, or longer.  The relationship begins with treatment discharge, or where there is need. The client returning home from treatment, leaves a drug-free environment for a situation where they know there could be problems. A Long Term Recovery Coach or Sober Companion will provide the symbolic safety of treatment.  A Long Term Sober Companion will introduce the client to the modalities of recovery; help them deal with triggers, and help them with an action plan. A Long Term Recovery Coach or Sober Companion will help the client to make life changes and work toward solutions needed.

Secret #1: Sober companions are highly trained professionals.
Sober companions go through rigorous training learning tools, techniques, skill sets, and competencies that aid them in their work.  Granted not all companions are the same, it depends on where they were trained and their level of training.

Secret #2: Sober companions are held to very high ethical standards.
Ethics are a very important part of any sober companion’s training.  They must learn all of the requirements and set boundaries, follow rules and regulations, and expectations.  There are ten categories of ethical standards that all companions are held to:
Fraud related conduct
Safety and welfare
Professional standards
Confidentiality
Unlawful conduct
Sexual Misconduct
Exploitation of clients
Record Keeping
Cooperation with investigations
Assisting unqualified practice

Secret #3: The practice of sober companions is goal and client driven.
Although the companion can assist with the action plan, the client must set the goal.  The companion never ever sets the goal in the action plan for the client.  Once the client sets the goal the companion will help with the action and specifics with follow up and time tables of when each task must be completed for success.  Action plans lead to success.
Secret #4: If you don’t like working with a certain sober companion, you can choose a different one.
Not all people click!  Sometimes two people just don’t mesh.  If you find that your companion is a dud, or they bore you to death, simply find a different one.  A word to the warning though, if this keeps happening it may be you.  You should be happy with your companion; you will be spending a good deal of time with them.
Secret #5: Sober companions will go to special events with you and help you make it through the event sober.
Sometimes weddings, funerals, and major life events can be gigantic triggers for those in early recovery.  Sober companions will go with you to events and help guide you through all of your triggers and provide you with coping mechanisms to get through sober and safe.  It doesn’t matter if you’re a lead singer playing a gig, or the best man in your cousin’s wedding, a sober companion will dress the part, and be right there with you.
Secret #6: All sober companions are not the same.
Sober companions come from all walks of life, all different backgrounds.  Some companions are in recovery, some are not, some are religious, some are not, some are spiritual, some are funny, some are more highly educated than others, and they have many different perspectives and worldviews.  The most important factor is that you find a sober companion who is highly trained.
Secret #7: You can become a sober Companion, yes you!
Imagine that! You could train to become an excellent sober companion and help change people’s lives for the better.  The Addictions Academy of Miami, Florida trains Companions, recovery coaches, interventionists, and all kinds of recovery professionals.  You can visit their website at www.theaddictionsacademy.com or call 800-706-0318 for more information on how to become a sober companion or recovery coach.
There is no secret that these wonderful professionals are helping to change and save lives each and every day.  Aftercare is paramount to long-term recovery and coaching and companions are very important in the big picture.  The need is overwhelming, there are not enough people to help all those in need at present.  Many more coaches and companions will be needed going forward in the war on addiction.  The bottom line is that sober companions make a difference.

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The Addictions Academy: LIVE in MIAMI Sept. 10-12th. Advanced Clinical Intervention Professional training.

The Addictions Academy: LIVE in MIAMI Sept. 10-12th. Advanced Clinical Intervention Professional training.

SEATING Is LIMITED!! Don’t Miss this Class.  Register Today!  Save Lives! www.theaddictionsacademy.com 1.800.706.0318

ADVANCED CLINICAL INTERVENTION PROFESSIONAL  TRAINING

(includes 6 hours ethics via on demand) PLUS 24 HOURS HANDS ON INSTRUCTION.

In this Advanced Clinical Intervention Training Course we will teach you how to provide Intervention services for every type of client, not just one specific model or style. You will learn BOTH THE SURPRISE AND INVITATIONAL MODELS. In this course you will gain an overview of all systems, the pre qualifying of the client (unique to The Addictions Academy), pre intervention, intervention, post intervention. We specifically define body language, when and how to end the intervention, how to read your client (spoken and silent cues), how to use family to your advantage, when to do an Individual verses a Family intervention and more. Our classes are always didactic so you will get hands on role play experience. We cover the aggressive client, the crying client, the mental health client, the criminal client and of course Ethics and Legal issues.

When choosing an advanced intervention training course, you want the best most comprehensive National Intervention Training possible.  Our courses include an introduction to the basics of mental health disorders such as Codependency, mood disorders, and other DSM-V disorders, some problems that you will see when working with families and family members when performing a professional intervention. Our goal is to help you to begin to understand the basic clinical aspects of mental health and commonly seen disorders when working with family members, addicts, alcoholics and people who suffer from all types of compulsive behaviors. We use the exclusive RAAD Model.

We cover Individual, Family and Business Interventions on an in depth level and we teach you tips and tricks to complete the interventions in 4 to 12 hours max from the time you step out of the car or off the plane. The Exclusive RAAD model focuses on body language, client placement, meeting the client at their level and proper placement for continuum care.

What is included in each of our intervention training programs:

*Overview of all models, and strengths and weakness of each
*RAAD Model   (unique to The Addictions Academy– no one shoe fits all concept)
*Body Language Concepts
*Interactive hands on class in person  or by webinar, select dates.
* 5 MOCK INTERVENTIONS in real time
*Learn Specific techniques to Intervene with  Mental Health Clients
*Learn Specific techniques to Intervene with  Criminal Clients
*Learn Specific techniques to Intervene with  Wealthy Clients and high profile persons
*Learn Specific techniques to Intervene with  Special Populations (Aspberger’s, autism, learning disabilities)
*Family and Individual Intervention Platforms
*Business Interventions (unique to The Addictions Academy! )
*Interventions for Anger Management Clients
*Interventions for Food Addiction and Eating Disorders
*Interventions for Sex Addicts
*Interventions for Gambling Addicts
*Masters Level Teachers with over 1000 actual logged Intervention hours.
*Evaluation of the proper clinical intervention approach
*Analysis of correct Case Management Skills prior to the Intervention and post Intervention
*Bottom line, Impact and Love letters are all addressed
*Clinical problem solving in unexpected situations during the Intervention
 The Professional Value of Courses:
  • Increase your client base!
  • Increase your earning potential
  • Add Credentials to your Name
  • Learn from a National Education Provider
  • Make yourself more marketable to treatment centers and others
  • Increase your income WITHOUT TAKING INSURANCE
  • How to market yourself as an Advanced Clinical Interventionist
  • How to expand your clientele base and start your own Intervention Business
  • Contracts and forms for clients, Service Contract, HIPAA Compliance, Duty to Warn, and Confidentially Forms
  • Decrease AMA and APA rate
  • Travel at your leisure with your clients, all expenses paid.

 

Call today at 1.800.706.0318 to register  

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The Addictions Academy: Our Train the Trainer Affiliate Program is live and in full swing. DO you have the gift to teach?

great teacherOur Train the Trainer Affiliate Program is live and in full swing. DO you have the gift to teach? Do you want to make extra income and reach more people? Read on and see if this applies to you. Click below: or call 1.800.706.0318 and ask about our ZERO dollar enrollment fee.

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Nine Characteristics of a Great Teacher

By: Maria Orlando, EdD

Years ago, as a young, eager student, I would have told you that a great teacher was someone who provided classroom entertainment and gave very little homework. Needless to say, after many years of K-12 administrative experience and giving hundreds of teacher evaluations, my perspective has changed. My current position as a professor in higher education gives me the opportunity to share what I have learned with current and future school leaders, and allows for some lively discussions among my graduate students in terms of what it means to be a great teacher.

Teaching is hard work and some teachers never grow to be anything better than mediocre. They do the bare minimum required and very little more. The great teachers, however, work tirelessly to create a challenging, nurturing environment for their students. Great teaching seems to have less to do with our knowledge and skills than with our attitude toward our students, our subject, and our work. Although this list is certainly not all-inclusive, I have narrowed down the many characteristics of a great teacher to those I have found to be the most essential, regardless of the age of the learner:

1. A great teacher respects students. In a great teacher’s classroom, each person’s ideas and opinions are valued. Students feel safe to express their feelings and learn to respect and listen to others. This teacher creates a welcoming learning environment for all students.

2. A great teacher creates a sense of community and belonging in the classroom. The mutual respect in this teacher’s classroom provides a supportive, collaborative environment. In this small community, there are rules to follow and jobs to be done and each student is aware that he or she is an important, integral part of the group. A great teacher lets students know that they can depend not only on her, but also on the entire class.

3. A great teacher is warm, accessible, enthusiastic and caring. This person is approachable, not only to students, but to everyone on campus. This is the teacher to whom students know they can go with any problems or concerns or even to share a funny story. Great teachers possess good listening skills and take time out of their way-too-busy schedules for anyone who needs them. If this teacher is having a bad day, no one ever knows—the teacher leaves personal baggage outside the school doors.

4. A great teacher sets high expectations for all students.
 This teacher realizes that the expectations she has for her students greatly affect their achievement; she knows that students generally give to teachers as much or as little as is expected of them.

5. A great teacher has his own love of learning and inspires students with his passion for education and for the course material. He constantly renews himself as a professional on his quest to provide students with the highest quality of education possible. This teacher has no fear of learning new teaching strategies or incorporating new technologies into lessons, and always seems to be the one who is willing to share what he’s learned with colleagues.

6. A great teacher is a skilled leader. Different from administrative leaders, effective teachers focus on shared decision-making and teamwork, as well as on community building. This great teacher conveys this sense of leadership to students by providing opportunities for each of them to assume leadership roles.

7. A great teacher can “shift-gears”and is flexible when a lesson isn’t working. This teacher assesses his teaching throughout the lessons and finds new ways to present material to make sure that every student understands the key concepts.

8. A great teacher collaborates with colleagues on an ongoing basis. Rather than thinking of herself as weak because she asks for suggestions or help, this teacher views collaboration as a way to learn from a fellow professional. A great teacher uses constructive criticism and advice as an opportunity to grow as an educator.

9. A great teacher maintains professionalism in all areas
—from personal appearance to organizational skills and preparedness for each day. Her communication skills are exemplary, whether she is speaking with an administrator, one of her students or a colleague. The respect that the great teacher receives because of her professional manner is obvious to those around her.

While teaching is a gift that seems to come quite naturally for some, others have to work overtime to achieve great teacher status. Yet the payoff is enormous — for both you and your students. Imagine students thinking of you when they remember that great teacher they had in college!

The Addictions Academy: Interventionists are SAVING LIVES! Academy student reflects on first intervention.

The Addictions Academy:  Interventionists Are SAVING LIVES!  Academy student reflects on first intervention.
www.theaddictionsacademy.com  1.800.706.0318
beautiful day to save lives -greys anatomy“I want to thank you again for your help with my first official intervention. Literally almost everything thing you said would happen, HAPPENED. The biggest take aways for me were, ALWAYS make sure the guns are out of the house, trust your gut instinct on what family members should be at the intervention, don’t get disappointed if the person says no at first, and don’t underestimate the power of the bottom line :)”
 
Eric Peyton Dallas, Texas 
Interested in Helping Others and Saving Lives?   Our National Intervention Professional Training program may be perfect for you.
If you have ‘the gift’ to help people get into rehab or detox and turn their lives around, this career as a Professional Interventionist is for you.  You may be in recovery yourself and have a true desire to help people by using your intervention training skills.  With our Professional Certificate in Intervention, you will learn how to assist your clients in the most ethical and legal way possible with the least resistance on their end.
We teach clear and concise methods that are evidenced based practice and all of our intervention training courses cover ethics, legal issues specific to intervention, pre screening for the proper intervention, pre-intervention, intervention and post intervention. We offer real world case scenarios and teach you body language and proper client placement during a clinical intervention.
– See more at: http://www.theaddictionsacademy.com/therapy-professionals/recovery-courses-and-certificate-programs/intervention-training/#sthash.64jOp0EI.dpuf

The Addictions Academy: Nationally Certified Life Coach Training WEBINAR -Sept. 3-4

The Addictions Academy:  Nationally Certified Life Coach Training WEBINAR -Sept. 3-4   www.theaddictionsacademy.com  1.800.706.0318

Register Today!

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Life Coach Training

Nationally Certified Life Coach (NCLC)
National Certification to become a Life Coach (NCLC).

 

life coach trainingOur Life Coach Training and Life Coach Certification (NCLC) is available to the addictions field as well as people not in the addiction studies industry.  At The Addictions Academy we specialize in teaching coaching skills to all of our students. Life Coaching is at the forefront of the coaching industry and people are hiring life coaches over therapists for several issues and areas of their lives. It is no longer considered ‘in’ to have a therapist, coaching has taken over. Everyone has a coach. Our Nationally Certified Life Coach Training meets all ICF standards and requirements.

At The Addictions Academy, our Life Coach Certification will assist you in helping clients make progress in all areas of their lives: relationships, health, career, life balance, spirituality, finances, business, school, etc. You will be valued by your clients and they will love to come and talk with you because you get results. You need a certification in life coaching.

As a life coach, you’ll get to spend your days helping people on a deep, personal and unique level. You’ll be an instrumental part of helping them find the success and happiness that they’re looking for. You can work from home, from your office, or go to your client’s home or office. You can work via telephone, Skype or in person.

Professional Value of our Certificate program in Life Coaching:

  • How to open your Professional Life Coaching Company.
  • How to keep your Professional Life Coaching Company running successfully.
  • How to effectively market your Professional Life Coaching Company.
  • How to achieve great results for your clients as their Life Coach.
  • How to coach someone, using our Core Competencies System.
  • Active verses Passive Listening Skills.
  • Contracts, forms and documents provided for your use.
  • Achieve your own goals, then help others achieve theirs.
  • Give help to your clients that they will find truly valuable
  • Make a great living and have the freedom of a good income and flexible hours.
  • Gain helpful resources, life-long coaching support and continuing education opportunities.
  • Implement our Life Coaching secrets which will put you at the top of your field

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The National  Life Coach Certification Program with us is via virtual classroom, not conference calls. We provide all the tools you need to open or expand your life coaching practice. If you want to set your own hours, make a good living and be the best at helping others, we are the Life Coach Training Program for you. If you are a therapist and want to expand your practice and not deal with the pesky insurance companies, this class is a must. Life Coaching Training is a key credential to have and an asset to have for clients that would rather see a coach for accountability and motivation, then a therapist to ‘fix them’.

Professional Life Coaching can be a lucrative and rewarding career for yourself and if you want to help others achieve their goals and dreams, our National Life Coach Certificate Program will assist you on that path. Life Coach Training with The Addictions Academy will offer you the opportunity to challenge yourself, be creative, challenge your clients, and offer them a valuable service. You can work hourly, daily, intensive or sporadic as you see fit. You can see clients Internationally and on your time. Companies are hiring Life Coaches at a fast rate to assist employees in increasing productivity, decreasing sick days, handling interpersonal and inter personnel issues, even as a precursor to hiring within the Human Resources team.  Now is the time to get the credentials and start seeing clients.

Call us today at 1.800.706.0318 to register for our 2 day intensive class or register online.

How to get the credential? To get the certification through The Addictions Academy you must complete the following steps:

1. Complete the training courses

2. Complete the online examination by modules with a 80% passing grade on all modules.

3. Complete all case scenarios by video and mock role play, submit the video for review. Most show the skills and tools of coaching, including the core competencies of coaching as according the ICF. A check list will be provided per class.

4. Three letters of reference required.

5. Supervision by qualified supervisor for 25 hours.

 

– See more at: http://www.theaddictionsacademy.com/therapy-professionals/recovery-courses-and-certificate-programs/life-coach-training/#sthash.soSW8SzR.dpuf

The Addictions Academy: Train The Trainer Is HERE! Program Starts August 25th. Is YOUR Application in?

The Addictions Academy: Train The Trainer Is HERE!  Program Starts August 25th, by Application Only.  www.theaddictionsacademy.com  1.800.706.0318

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TRAIN THE TRAINER

YOU ASKED. WE LISTENED! We created the first training affiliate program for addiction professionals.  Not only can you give back, help others learn the art of addiction coaching and training but you can also make additional income doing it.  This is a win-win-win all the way around. Think about how many more  lives will be saved when you are educating others to assist clients with addictions!

By sharing our proven programs to others and educating more instructors to teach our educational courses, we reach more clients. It is that simple. Clients NEED services in every area of the world and those services may not be available to everyone.  By teaching a Train the Trainer, YOU become that key individual that helps others experience purpose and passion in life by becoming a recovery coach, interventionist, family coach, relapse prevention coach or addiction prevention coach. We offer unlimited support, marketing help and more!

If  you ready to take on teaching National Intervention Professional Training OR National Recovery Coaching Training as an Affiliate OR Family Coaching Training OR Addiction Prevention Training or Relapse Prevention Training, our Train the Trainer Program is for YOU!  Starts August 25th.

Would you like to have trained staff on hand at all times for a fraction of the cost of other training? Would you like to earn extra income by teaching a few classes in person? Then our Signature Train the Trainer program is FOR YOU!

You asked for it, we created it!

Every treatment center and private practice needs great trained staff that can handle daily duties and train other staff without coming out of pocket for MORE training. That is exactly why we developed a full Train the Trainer program, where you can become certified through us to offer the training in your area. This is an Application Only program and we are only taking the finest candidates to offer our signature training around the world. Once you apply and get accepted into our program you will need to complete the training of your choice and then enter into the train the trainer status program. This includes 25 hours of teaching supervision, marketing, banding and business mentoring.

Program Options

National Intervention Professional Training (NCIP) MUST Take a live course FIRST

Nationally Certified Recovery Coaching level 1 (NCRC) and Level II (NCRC- II)

Nationally Certified Family Recovery Coaching (NCFRC)

Nationally Certified Addiction Prevention professional (NCAPP)

Nationally Certified Relapse Prevention Professional (NCRPP)

All train the trainer programs include 25 hours of clinical supervision, materials for yourself and more importantly how to conduct successful classes. Your 25 hours also includes hands on mentoring and how to teach and coach for success. We cover marketing and class expansion.

Also available:  exclusive business development package (we will teach you how to attract students into your classes, build your funnel, teach the class and get referral students).

You DO need to apply and be accepted into the program. Please fill out our application. Only 10 students selected per program.

Please click on our calendar for the schedule of classes and make sure you know what dates you want to enroll for. You will need to take the class first and enroll for the supervision component.

Professional Value of Courses:
> Increase your client base
> Increase your earning potential (or lower your ROI as a treatment center)
> Add Credentials to your Name 
> Make yourself marketable to treatment centers as a Trainer of Trainers  
> Increase your income 
> Learn marketing and branding skills 
> How to expand your clientele base and start your own Coaching Business
Please call 1.800.706.0318 or apply to be accepted into the training program.

How does it work? You pay $4999 for the class of your choice above and it includes the original student class (unless you have completed that), your materials and the 25 hours of supervision and Mentorship on how to become a successful teacher.

You then begin filling your classes at $999 each. Each student pays us $299 for materials, certification papers, certificate papers, ceus etc. You keep the rest. That is 700 per student per class. If you teach 7 students, you have paid back your original application fee and training fee.    Financial freedom at your fingertips.

YES, WE WILL SHOW YOU HOW TO MAKE OVER $100,000 TEACHING CLASSES and help others to assist clients in staying and getting sober. Amazing isn’t it? Helping others and making money in th process. Yes you CAN!

CALL OR EMAIL US TODAY AT 1.800.706.0318 or APPLY ONLINE here: 

 

 

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Dr. Cali Estes

Dr. Cali Estes, ICADC, MCAP, MAC, CPT, CYT
#1 Best Selling Author

Dr. Cali Estes is a highly sought after Addiction Counselor (MCAP, MAC ICADAC), Life Coach, Recovery Coach and Wellness Guru that blends talk therapy with forward and positive change to assist her clients in unlocking their true potential. She has been featured in books, magazines, radio and television for her work in the addictions and therapy fields. She works with individuals, drug and alcohol treatment teams and addiction professionals looking to advance their knowledge base.  

Cali Estes

Dr. Estes is a seasoned addictions coach and addictions therapist. She has over 21 years’ experience working with drug, alcohol and food addictions. Her deep understanding of drug and alcohol addiction, including the behaviors and ramifications that are associated with it, place her top in her field of addiction therapy and addiction coaching. Her unique no nonsense approach of cognitive behavioral therapy, positive psychology, addiction coaching, and life coaching combine to provide the perfect support for an addicted person. Cali’s background in food addictions and the emotional and physical tolls it takes on one’s psyche and physical wellbeing is unique. Simply Put: She gets RESULTS.

Cali’s multidimensional approach focuses on the underlying cause of the addiction and she approaches each client in a unique manner. With over 21 years’ experience as a Therapist, Life Coach, Recovery Coach, Addictions Coach, and Wellness Coach, Dr. Estes is currently serving as private practitioner working with a broad spectrum of clients. She has been featured on TV and Radio, specifically: NBC Universal News, MSN Money, CNBC, CBS, Fox News, Entrepreneur Magazine, Dr. Drew, Washington Post, Yoga Journal, Max Sports and Fitness, LA Times, among others for her work with Addictions and published in several journals and books with her work on ADD and Relationships. Cali’s multidimensional approach focuses on getting to the underlying cause of the problem and working in the present to combat the issues by creating a safe and secure environment for her clients to learn and grow and tackle life challenges. Her unique background blend of psychotherapy, life coaching, addiction coaching, recovery coaching and wellness coaching allows the client to get to the underlying cause of their issues quicker, safer and produce results faster.

Dr. Cali Estes is an interactive, solution-focused Positive Psychology and Cognitive Behavior Addiction Professional. Her therapeutic approach is to provide support and practical feedback to help clients effectively address personal life challenges. She integrates complementary methodologies and techniques to offer a highly personalized addiction coaching approach tailored to each client. With compassion and understanding, she works with each individual to help them build on their strengths and attain the personal growth they are committed to accomplishing.

Dr. Cali Estes is a seasoned Addictions Coach, Recovery Coach and Therapist. Her experience and knowledge stems from years of experience working with drug, alcohol and food addictions. Her deep understanding of addictions and her unique background and blend of addiction therapy mesh to assist the client in meeting their needs. Once 40 lbs. overweight and addicted to diet pills, Cali has been there. She can relate to the struggling person trying to get off of drugs or to feel health and ‘whole again”.

Cali holds a PHD, International Certification as a Drug and Alcohol Counselor, as well as 24 certifications and over 18 years’ experience as a Personal Trainer, Yoga Teacher, Pilates Teacher, Food Addictions Specialist and Life Coach. Dr. Estes is a graduate of The Pennsylvania State University, West Chester University and DaySpring University. Her unique approach to each person and ability to relate on a humanistic level makes her desirable in the addiction coaching and addiction therapy industry.

Dr. Cali Estes is more than a ‘sober coach’. She has a background in clinical and personality psychology, addictions and forensics. She can get to the root of the addiction quickly and work with the client in building a safe environment in which to make the changes necessary to live a productive lifestyle using addiction coaching techniques. Clients in addiction feel powerless, helpless and hopeless and need answers and ways to change their lives. Sometimes family and friends think that everyone should be able to have ‘just one drink’ at a function, but for some clients that is not what happens. That one drink turns them into an unmanageable individual that their family and friends cannot deal with. Taking a pill to ‘get through the day’ or ‘take the edge off’ eventually leads to a full blown addiction with the addict personality. Cali Estes and her team of Certified Recovery Coaches and Addiction Therapists can address all these issues.

In addition to being a prominent Addiction Therapist and well known Recovery Coach, Cali Estes has presented at National and International Conferences and she is Founder of The Addictions Academy, the largest online virtual classroom for addiction professionals to learn and get credentialed She has presented to individuals and drug and alcohol treatment facilities both national and international, and is a sought after Sober Coach, Addiction Coach, Recovery Coach, and Life Coach to Actors, Musicians, CEO’s, Doctors, Sports Figures and Attorneys that need 100% Confidentiality when dealing with sensitive life issues. She specializes in issues concerning both the family and the client and can assist them in making the changes necessary to be happy and healthy.

Dr. Estes is the exclusive Founder of Sober on Demand, a mobile rehab service for clients.

Call today at 800.706.0318 or email info@theaddictionsacademy.com

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Dr. Cali Estes speaking to a packed house at The Comedy Store to represent This is My Brave to bring awareness to mental health and addiction. November 7 2017

Dr. Cali Estes on the red carpet discussing addiction, mental health, and coaching.

Dr. Cali Estes teams up with celeb comedians to garner awareness for addiction and mental health. Dr. Cali Estes teams up with celeb comedians to garner awareness for addiction and mental health. Read more.

Dr. Cali Estes presented at an event Nov 7, 2017 at The Comedy Store to benefit This is My Brave and garner awareness for mental health and addiction. Read more.

Cali Estes - The Addictions Coach on The FixCarrie Fisher’s Foundation, This is my Brave is featured in the fix with Mara Shapshay’s big event at The Comedy Store on Sunset Blvd with Dr. Cali Estes to discuss how to bring awareness to addiction and mental health. Read more.

Dr. Cali Estes spoke at The Comedy Store with This is My Brave Foundation and celeb comedians to bring awareness to addiction and mental health issues. See whom all was there.

Listen to Dr. Cali Estes on Inspired Conversations discuss her life, how she helps others and how she uses alternative methods to assist others on getting sober and unlocking their true potential. Listen here.

Dr. Cali Estes featured as part of This is My Brave Foundation ( Carrie Fisher).
Dr. Cali Estes featured as part of This is My Brave Foundation ( Carrie Fisher).

Listen to Dr Cali Estes on Recovery Radio Raw with Indian Bob discuss the family unit in RecoveryListen to Dr Cali Estes on Recovery Radio Raw with Indian Bob discuss the family unit in Recovery and how to help the family process what is going on with the afflicted person.
Listen to Dr. Cali Estes on Recovery Radio Raw with Indian Bob discuss the family unit in Recovery. Listen here.

Dr Cali Estes and Peter Distefano appear on Todd Zalkins podcast to discuss sex, drugs and rock and rollDr Cali Estes and Peter Distefano appear on Todd Zalkins podcast to discuss sex, drugs and rock and roll. Listen here.

Dr Cali Estes featured in People magazine discussing Triple C and the potential to commit murder on these drugs. AKA cough medicine. Dr Cali Estes featured in People magazine discussing Triple C and the potential to commit murder on these drugs. AKA cough medicine. Read here.

Listen to Dr. Cali Estes discuss life and addiction on Amy Shuber's Podcast Listen to Dr. Cali Estes discuss life and addiction on Amy Shuber’s Podcast. Listen here.

Radar OnlineDr Cali Estes speaks about Chester Bennington and his suicide and how the mental health and addiction professions have failed so many people. Read more.

Listen to Dr Cali Estes as she discusses the family solution and roles they play in addictive addiction. Listen to Dr Cali Estes as she discusses the family solution and roles they play in addictive addiction. Listen here.

Listen to Dr Cali Estes as she discusses Failure to Launch Syndrome on The Jenny McCarthy show. Do you need help with your son or daughter? Call today. Watch here.

Dr. Cali Estes live on Houston 102.5 FM!! Did you miss it? Listen to The Girlfriend’s Therapist below to see what girls talk about in recovery, life and being in empowerment. Listen here.

Listen in as Dr Cali Estes and Tim Estes of Crowfly Listen in as Dr Cali Estes and Tim Estes of Crowfly discuss addiction, travel and music with Indian Bob on 96.1 FM WPB and 1340 AM. Watch here.

Listen in as Robin Higgenbottom interviews Dr Cali Estes and Crowfly Listen in as Robin Higgenbottom interviews Dr Cali Estes and Crowfly about music, addiction and upcoming projects. Love music by Crowflyrocks.com. Watch here.

Crowfly on Redemption RadioRedemption Road Recovery Music – June 5th 2017
Dr. Cali Estes and Crowfly as they discuss music and all things addiction on 95.1 FM West Palm Beach. Watch here.

“Heroin in the office is rampant,” said Addiction Coach Cali Estes. “With longer hours and more job duties per employee, we are finding that staff are turning to heroin to get through those days.” Read more.

Dr. Cali Estes joins us again on Mental Health News Radio LIVE from The Navigating the World of Addiction conference put on by Rob Lohman.Dr Cali Estes interviewed at Navigating The World of Addiction Event in May 2017. Listen as she discussed how ‘being a mover and shaker in the industry’ has shaped her platform. Love her or hate her, she is here to stay! Listen here.

Afterbuzz Tv's Book Circle Online, Dr. Cali Estes discussed failure to launch Syndrome, her recovery coach workbook and addiction treatment.

Afterbuzz Tv’s Book Circle Online, Dr. Cali Estes discussed failure to launch Syndrome, her recovery coach workbook and addiction treatment: Watch here.

UBN RadioListen to Dr. Cali Estes on UBN Radio's Elevate the Conversation w Dr. Frank as she discusses Cannabis and the Opiate epidemic.

Listen to Dr. Cali Estes on UBN Radio’s Elevate the Conversation w Dr. Frank as she discusses Cannabis and the Opiate epidemic.Watch here.

The famed SuicideGirls hosts, Nicole and Bradly Suicide interview celebrity recovery coach Dr. Cali Estes as she discusses addiction and how marijuana can combat opioid withdrawal.

The famed SuicideGirls hosts, Nicole and Bradly Suicide interview celebrity recovery coach Dr. Cali Estes as she discusses addiction and how marijuana can combat opioid withdrawal. Watch here.

Dr. Cali Estes discusses the power of Law of Attraction and Addiction on The 4 Principles of Success with addiction and how to succeed in all things in Life.

Dr. Cali Estes discusses the power of Law of Attraction and Addiction on The 4 Principles of Success with addiction and how to succeed in all things in Life. Listen here.

Dr. Cali Estes discussing Chris Cornell and suicide. Please click the link to read all about musicians, drugs and mental health.

Dr. Cali Estes discussing Chris Cornell and suicide. Please click the link to read all about musicians, drugs and mental health. Read more.

Dr Cali Estes featured on Mental Health News radio for her frank and authentic discussion on addiction and the addicted family.

Dr Cali Estes featured on Mental Health News radio for her frank and authentic discussion on addiction and the addicted family. Listen here.

Cannabist Show: She’s a psychologist helping opioid addicts; She’s bringing Israeli MMJ to America. Dr. Cali Estes is a featured guest on The Cannabis TV show discussing opiate addiction and how to combat the withdraw using Cannabis products. 

Cannabist Show: She’s a psychologist helping opioid addicts; She’s bringing Israeli MMJ to America. Dr. Cali Estes is a featured guest on The Cannabis TV show discussing opiate addiction and how to combat the withdraw using Cannabis products. Read more.

Dr. Cali Estes discusses using Marijuana to treat opiate use and detox/withdrawal symptoms. Listen in as she discusses this controversial topic.

Dr. Cali Estes discusses Opiate epidemic and how cannabis can assist in the detox from heroin and opiates. Listen to her take on the subject as she returns to the Quite Frankly Show. Listen here.

Dr. Cali Estes featured on the iconic James Lott show.Dr. Cali Estes featured on the iconic James Lott show, A LOTT of Help. Questions and answers on Law of Attraction, creating your ‘prefect’ life and what roadmap needed to get your hopes, dreams and desires created! Listen here

Controversy abounds on the marijuana topic! Here what Cali Estes has to say on the topic of using marijuana to detox clients from opiates and suboxoneControversy abounds on the marijuana topic! Here what Cali Estes has to say on the topic of using marijuana to detox clients from opiates and suboxone. Read more

POST-CRESCENT – The addictions ACADEMY has trained many people over the course of the past four years. They are featured in this article for the students  they have trained and the good work the students are doing across the US. Read more

Dr. Cali Estes explains what meditation is and how it can clear the mind toThe Washington Post.Dr. Cali Estes explains what meditation is and how it can clear the mind in any profession or even in life to get the desired results. Read more.

Cali Estes - The Addictions Coach interviewed on LA Talk RadioDr. Cali Estes featured on LA Talk Radio with her unique methods to help those with addiction, listen here.

Tough Love on the Addiction and Wellness Road with Dr. Cali Estes
The Addictions Coach, Cali Estes interviewed by Kristin Sunanta Walker of EverythingEHR, Mental Health News Radio. Listen how she discusses Tough Love and Tough Clients. Listen here.

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Best Way To Kick Opiates: Use Cannabis!, Says Addiction Expert Cali Estes. Read more.

Dr. Cali Estes discusses using Marijuana to treat opiate use and detox/withdrawal symptoms. Listen in as she discusses this controversial topic.

Dr. Cali Estes discusses using Marijuana to treat opiate use and detox/withdrawal symptoms. Listen in as she discusses this controversial topic. Listen here.

SoberRecovery.com speaks with Don Price of The Addictions Coach

Join Cali Estes as she trains the first responders around the country.  Read more.

Cali Estes - The Addictions Coach - talks with RecoveryView.com

Listen to Dr. Cali Estes give you tips and tricks to stay sober through the holidays. Read more.

SoberRecovery.com speaks with Don Price of The Addictions CoachThe Addictions Coach, Dr. Cali Estes featured with First Responder Chief, Don Prince to discuss addiction in first responder population and proper training. Read more.

Listen to Cali Estes, The Addictions Coach on Overcoming Addiction with Carrie TurcotteListen to The Addictions Coach, Cali Estes on Overcoming Addiction with host, Carrie Turcotte and co-host, Sheldon Hill.

Dr. Cali Estes uses a multidimensional approach that focuses on the underlying cause of the addiction or issue that you are experiencing and she approaches each client in a unique manner. Listen here.

Don Prince of The Addictions Coach featured on EMS1.comSubstance abuse programs: What EMTs and paramedics need to know. Read more.

RecoveryAS.com talks about Cali Estes and The Addictions AcademyDr. Cali Estes of The Addictions Academy an officer TJ mcwain have teamed up to offer a free First Responders training to all police officers, AMT, teachers, doctors, and any of those on the front lines to help battle the epidemic of addiction Read more.

Cali Estes featured on Recovery Innovators NetworkDr. Cali Estes featured in a podcast on Recovery Innovators Network with her work in addiction and mental health fields. Read more.

Cali Estes is interviewed by Drug Rehab.orgJust whom is Cali Estes? You see her everywhere but do you know her story? Click here to find out.

Cali Estes is interviewed by Recovery.orgHow Do Business Executives Get Sober? Ask Dr. Cali Estes.

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Dr. Cali Estes discusses addiction on the Casting Couch

Dr. Cali Estes discusses addiction on the Casting Couch. Listen here to hear what she has to say.

Cali Estes interviewed by Quite Frankly.Cali Estes interviewed by Quite Frankly. Dr. Estes discusses the ‘war on drugs’ and how she is teaching Police Officers about addiction with Officer Tj Mcwain, Greg Maurer and their quest to educate officers all over the country.

Kent Paul of My Recovery Radio interviews Dr. Cali Estes Kent Paul of My Recovery Radio interviews Dr. Cali Estes on her work within the addiction industry, her Academy and all things addiction. Read more.

The Street interviews Cali Estes of The Addictions CoachCali Estes featured in The Street regarding executives in addiction, how to spot your coworker that is using Opiates and where to get help. Would you know if your co worker was using? Read on…

Cali Estes The Addictions Coach is featured on CreditCards.comRead about Dr. Cali Estes as she discusses the addiction to paying off debt as a process addiction and how it can be crippling as other addictions. Continue Reading.

Cali Estes - The Addictions Coach is interviewed by The Stir.

The Scary Truth About Painkiller Addiction
Let’s say you’re in some pain. Maybe you’re recovering from surgery. Or perhaps it’s due to a medical condition that you simply can’t get a handle on. At some point, you’re going to be offered prescription painkillers. Damn straight, they’ll get rid of your pain. But there can also be a significant — and terrifying — cost.

What cost, you ask? Addiction and even accidental death.

Of course, you never bargain for either — you just want your pain to END already. But women are more likely than men to be prescribed these dangerous drugs, and become dependent on them faster.

Here’s everything you need to know about prescription painkillers, including how to stay safe if you absolutely must take them.

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Cali Estes - The Addictions Coach is interviewed by The Stir.10 Ways to Stay Friends When Life Gets in the Way
She’s Dealing With the Death of a Loved One
If your best friend’s lost someone she loves, don’t stay away in fear that you’ll say the “wrong”
thing. What’s more important is “listening and just being there until the person processes the
loss,” explains Cali Estes, PhD, a cognitive behavioral therapist and founder of The Addictions
Coach and The Addiction Academy. “Sometimes just having coffee with them in silence is what
the person needs.”

Your Friend’s Wrestling With an Addiction
Maintaining a friendship with someone who’s has an addiction “can be exhausting,” admits Estes.
You’re gonna need to make — and keep — some strong boundaries. “Don’t give them
money or lend your car or other items,” says Estes. But DO keep offering help. You can even
research local professionals and hand your friend a list of phone numbers. “They may be irritated
with you, but stay the course,” urges Estes. “If they get help, they’ll thank you in the end.”

You’ve Had a Blowout Argument
When you and your closest friend have an argument that’s not easily resolved, “it’s important to
decide if you want to ‘be right’ and ‘win’ or if you want to get a resolution that’s workable,” says
Estes. “You generally don’t get both.” With that in mind, be realistic. “Sometimes you have to
give up control to get the desired result,” Estes notes. And that result, of course, is a friendship
that continues.

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Cali Estes - The Addictions Coach, featured in Renew Magazine.Cali Estes, The Addictions Coach, featured in Renew Magazine for how to get to clients into treatment, her own eating disorder and pill addiction and how she used Yoga to get sober and stay fit, when all else seemed hopeless. Read more.

Cali Estes - The Addictions Coach Quoted in Racer X Illustrated.Cali Estes Quoted in Racer X Illustrated magazine regarding addiction and Motocross Racing. Addiction is see in many athletic sports and with a sport that consistently has a high level of injuries is it not uncommon to have a lot of the athletes addicted to pain killers. See what she has to say in the article.

Our National Training Director Dr. Kevin Coughlin featured in Keys To Recovery NewspaperOur National Training Director Dr. Kevin Coughlin featured in Keys To Recovery Newspaper. Read more.

Cali Estes - The Addictions Coach speaks out on Eat This Loss WeightCali Estes featured o Eat This. Click on the article to see Dr. Estes quotes on How to Stop Thinking About Food. See number 4 and 5 for Cali Estes Advice. Read more.

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Dr. Cali Estes featured with Matt Shepard on Zack Peter show regarding eating disorders and how to combat them. Listen to Cali Estes and Matt Sheppard discuss their personal battles and how they help clients. #NOFITER. Read More.

Cali Estes - The Addictions Coach mentioned on Cheap FlightsDr. Cali Estes, The Addictions Coach, featured on Cheapflights.com for her work traveling and making money while she travels. Read more on how to become a traveling coach.

Cali Estes - The Addictions Coach with Kim PaganoCali Estes Featured Guest on the Kim Pagano show. Please listen in as she discusses addiction and the family unit and how to get the unwilling into treatment. Listen here.

Cali Estes, The Addictions Coach on Radio LiveCali Estes Featured on RadioLive in new Zealand for her work with celebrities and addiction. Listen as she explains why high profile individuals have issues staying sober whe the team around them prefers a paycheck over getting them help. Listen here.

The Addictions Coach on Dr. Drew

Cali Estes on the Dr Drew and Mike Catherwood Show on KABC. Dr. Drew says Cali Estes “Understands Recovery”. Listen in to see what Cali Estes has to say regarding Prince’s death and Fentanyl drug prescriptions. Hear it now. Her interview is in the 1pm category and 20 minutes into the segment.

The Addictions Coach in The LA TimesDr. Cali Estes featured in the LA Times for her work with Celebrities and she weighs in on the Price overdose since the Toxicology Report has come back. Read more.

The Addictions Coach on Fox NewsCali Estes featured on Fox News Sirius Xm Radio discussing Prince Overdose on Fentanyl. Channel 115 Sirius Xm. Listen in to hear more..

The Addictions Academy is pleased to offer the FIRST Intervention Certification for a police office in NJ, Tj McWain.The Addictions Academy is pleased to offer the FIRST Intervention Certification for a police office in NJ, Tj McWain. TAA is pleased to train first responders in many modalities of addiction. How N.J. cop, former addict teamed up to tackle addiction. Read More.

Natural Awakings featured Cali EstesCali Estes featured in Narural Awakenings Magazine. Dr. Estes discusses food addiction in relation to drug and alcohol addiction and how it can be treated. Read more.

Addiction specialist Cali Estes joins Dr. Drew to talk about her work with high profile people in managing and overcoming their addictions.Addiction specialist Cali Estes joins Dr. Drew to talk about her work with high profile people in managing and overcoming their addictions. Dr. Estes tell’s Drew about the personal one on one style of treatment she employs as well as opening up about her own past with food addiction. They also talk about addiction in the professional sports world and how the various organizations have differing levels of assistance for their players. Listen here.

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There is a link between substance dependence detoxification, the development of food addiction and the ability to maintain a balanced, sober life.

Produced by Tricia Parido March 3, 2016

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The purpose of this study is to validate the relationships between substance dependence, withdrawal, food addiction and recovery. The intention is to show how most afflicted with substance addiction have disordered eating habits that during detoxification turn into highly intense cravings for particular food ingredients. And also to illustrate how these particular attributes can be attributed to increased post-acute withdrawal, relapse, and the development of a potential food addiction.

Cali Estes and her husband Tim Estes offered their financial and electrical services to a church in Liberty City Florida. The churches electrical wiring was cut by someone stealing copper for drugs and they had no one and no money to fix it. Cali and her husband Tim jumped right in and fixed it for them free of charge. Just one of the many things that Cali and her husband do to give back to the community.

Cali Estes, The Addictions Coach, interviewed on Big Mornings to discuss Extreme Intervention and the difficulties of performing interventions when human trafficking and cult extractions are necessary. Cali Estes, The Addictions Coach, interviewed on Big Mornings to discuss Extreme Intervention and the difficulties of performing interventions when human trafficking and cult extractions are necessary. How is extreme intervention different? Listen below: 

The addictions Coach on Fox NewsCali Estes, founder of The Addictions Coach, said the drug is referred to as the “Super Soldier Pill” because it can last up to 48 hours and causes users to be full of energy, impervious to pain, and “in a sense removes any barriers they would have to fighting and getting killed.” “There is no second-guessing, they just go in and kill,” Estes continued. Read more.

Cali Estes, The Addictions Coach featured on the Mindaware show. Cali Estes, The Addictions Coach featured on the Mindaware show. Are you ready to manifest your own destiny? Find out how she did it. From homeless to helping addicts. Listen to her interview.

Cali Estes interviewed by Variety Topics on Blog Talk Radio. Topic: How to get the Most Powerful People Into Rehab.Cali Estes interviewed by Variety Topics on Blog Talk Radio. Topic: How to get the Most Powerful People Into Rehab.

Cali Estes, Ph.D is a highly sought after Celebrity Addiction Therapist, Life Coach, Recovery Coach, Wellness Guru, and the founder of The Addictions Coach and The Addictions Academy. Dr. Estes blends talk therapy with forward and positive change to assist her clients in unlocking their true potential. She has been featured in books, magazines, radio and television for her work in the addictions and therapy fields. She works with individuals, drug and alcohol treatment teams and addiction professionals looking to advance their knowledge base. Dr. Estes will be discussing her work in recovery and how she has managed to get the most powerful individuals on the planet into treatment. Listen to her interview.

'Recovery coach' a lifeline for addicts. The Addictions Academy mentioned in training platform for SALS House.

‘Recovery coach’ a lifeline for addicts. The Addictions Academy mentioned in training platform for SALS House. Read more.

8 Ways Yoga will change your life. see what Dr. Cali Estes says.

8 Ways Yoga will change your life.

Everyone has tried yoga at least once and cute yoga gear is now the mainstay of the casual wardrobe. It’s a fun activity that will tone your butt, and you can look cute doing it, which is a win-win! Read More.

Cali Estes shares her secrets to kicking a food addiction by using the ancient principals and art of Yoga.Cali Estes shares her secrets to kicking a food addiction by using the ancient principals and art of Yoga.  Read more.

Cali Estes, The Addictions Coach is featured in Yoga Digest with 14 tips and tricks in how Yoga aids in the Addiction Recovery process. Cali Estes, The Addictions Coach is featured in Yoga Digest with 14 tips and tricks in how Yoga aids in the Addiction Recovery process. Read More.

Cali Estes interviewed by Shawna on The Radio. Cali Estes of The Addictions Coach discusses how difficult it is to get celebs and sports clients into treatment and ways around the typical 28 day stay.
Listen to Cali and Shawna.

Sponsor, Recovery Coach or Professional Counselor: Which is Right for You? Read more

Cali Estes, The Addictions Coach featured in DuJour Magazine for her work with high profile executives and addiction.

Cali Estes, The Addictions Coach featured in DuJour Magazine for her work with high profile executives and addiction. The story in DuJour focuses on her work with addiction and the tech industry executives that are running rampant. See the entire article on page 170.

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When Cali Estes arrived in Miami in 2010, she had $1500 to her name. With a dream, faith, and an endless amount of determination, she put the money down on an apartment to have a roof over her head, and then hit the sidewalk to drum up business.

When Cali Estes arrived in Miami in 2010, she had $1500 to her name. With a dream, faith, and an endless amount of determination, she put the money down on an apartment to have a roof over her head, and then hit the sidewalk to drum up business. Read more.


Dr. Cali Estes, The Addictions Coach, is interviewed as an Expert in Addiction on CNN, The Don Lemon show. She discusses Lamar Odom and the recent issues surrounding his recent overdose.


Dr. Cali Estes of The Addictions Coach, is quoted exclusively by The Fix, regarding the current issues of Lamar Odom and his drug addiction.Dr. Cali Estes of The Addictions Coach, is quoted exclusively by The Fix, regarding the current issues of Lamar Odom and his drug addiction. Dr. Estes likens the recent split with the Kardashians as a kick-off into the abyss. Read More.

Miami is full of strong, powerful women, and as part of Women’s History month, we’re spotlighting local ladies who are achieving amazing feats in Miami. See what Dr. Cali Estes has achieved.Miami is full of strong, powerful women, and as part of Women’s History month, we’re spotlighting local ladies who are achieving amazing feats in Miami. Read More.

Cali Estee interviewed by Jimmie Morris for Psych Sessions. Dr. Estes discusses the paradigm shift into holistic treatment and therapy for addiction. Read More.

Cali Estes interviewed by Shawna on The Radio. Cali Estes of The Addictions Coach discusses how difficult it is to get celebs and sports clients into treatment and ways around the typical 28 day stay.
Listen to Cali and Shawna.

Dr. Cali Estes of The Addictions Coach and The Addictions Academy featured on the exclusive site addiction.com.
Dr. Cali Estes of The Addictions Coach and The Addictions Academy featured on the exclusive site addiction.com where she discusses recovery coaching and how it is changing the face of treatment and opening up many more doors and pathways to sobriety. Read More.

RecoveryView.com talks with Cali Estes: The Paradigm Shift: from Treatment to the Coaching Model.

Cali Estes: The Paradigm Shift: from Treatment to the Coaching Model. What is new and what works and why the old professionals in the industry are pushing back. Read More.

Cali Estes, The Addictions Coach featured in Recovery.org for her work as a recovery coach and understanding the differences between a sponsor and a coach and a counselor. Do you know the difference?

Cali Estes, The Addictions Coach featured in Recovery.org for her work as a recovery coach and understanding the differences between a sponsor and a coach and a counselor. Do you know the difference?

Cali Estes featured in the largest online addiction magazine.

Cali Estes featured in the largest online addiction magazine. The Addictions Coach Founder and CEO helped raise over a quarter million dollars in scholarships for The Addicts Mom. Read More.

“Ryan Holmes, CEO of Hootsuite quoted The Addictions Coach and Cali Estes regarding business executives and addiction.” Read More.

Dr. Cali Estes of The Addictions Academy featured on The Fix for her work in raising over $100,000 in scholarships to give to the nonprofit group The Addicts Mom.

Dr. Cali Estes of The Addictions Academy featured on The Fix for her work in raising over $100,000 in scholarships to give to the nonprofit group The Addicts Mom. Cali Estes put on a non profit Fundraising Gala to assist the addiction industry. Read More.

Cali Estes The Addictions Coach featured in the book Do No Harm.

Cali Estes The Addictions Coach featured in the book Do No Harm. Cali Estes was interviewed for her extensive work with both drugs and alcohol addictions and food addictions click below to order the book. Read More

Cali Estes evolved from therapist to helping other therapists build their brands. Cali’s The Addictions Academy is for those who want to transform, innovate and evolve in their practice.

Cali Estes evolved from therapist to helping other therapists build their brands. Cali’s The Addictions Academy is for those who want to transform, innovate and evolve in their practice. Her Academy offers the following programs:

•Masters Addiction Coach (6 month program in Recovery Coaching, Family Recovery, Food Addictions and Gambling Addictions)
•Case Management Training
•Mobile rehab
•Ethics training
•Business marketing and branding
•Rescue Rehab (helps treatment centers streamline their income and train staff)

Cali teaches ethics training because she strongly believes in an ethical practice and will only work with people who run an ethical practice. According to Cali, the industry has sharks, tuna and dolphins. Sharks are those that prey on others’ weaknesses and steal others’ clients. The tuna don’t like to work for much and expect everything to come to them, while the dolphins share their clients. For a thriving practice, swim with the dolphins and not the sharks. In the industry, there’s enough clientele for everyone without picking off other therapists’ clients.

Some therapists make the mistake of thinking that everyone is a prospective client; the truth is, not every client fits with every therapist, so therapists much assist each other in finding the right client fit, not be overprotective and conniving. It is when therapists work together that they become a community of dolphins and not sharks. Those therapists who have a niche practice tend to have more success in their practice than generalists. There is less competition in the clientele pool when you cater to a very specific demographic.

Success in practice doesn’t come from complete selflessness and sacrifice. Cali implores therapists to practice self-care, as they cannot serve others until they serve themselves first. You can serve others and be able to pay your bills at the same time. Having enough money to live on and helping others is mutually exclusive.

What people consider failures in practice are not always what they seem if you shift your paradigm of thought. If you learn from the experience, then it’s not a failure. If you’re a tuna and learn nothing, then you’ll always fail; there’s always a lesson to be learned.

Cali’s two main tenets for success are: make it happen and you can do anything. In order to do anything, you have to be the dolphin and not the tuna, and go out and get what you want. You can do anything if you persevere. The most important indicator of a successful practice is perseverance.

Join Cali and Charles Davis as they teach you about some of this advice and more at the VIP Symposium at the National Croquet Club in West Palm Beach on January 14, 2015 from 8am-4pm. Get more information at http://brandingyourorganizationbetter.com/

For more information on Cali and The Addictions Academy, visit http://www.theaddictionsacademy.com.

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Cali Estes, CEO of The Addictions Coach and founder of The Addictions Academy, shows how she was able to use her psychology degree to pursue her passion in helping those to battle addiction. For those considering psychology in terms of obtaining a future career, Cali offers some insight on how her education has helped to achieve success.

Cali Estes, CEO of The Addictions Coach and founder of The Addictions Academy, shows how she was able to use her psychology degree to pursue her passion in helping those to battle addiction. For those considering psychology in terms of obtaining a future career, Cali offers some insight on how her education has helped to achieve success. Read More.

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Sacramento Addiction Therapist Uses Her Education To Help Others In Need. For people trying to quit an addiction, enrolling in programs with a “sponsor” is common. But often leaving addiction behind isn’t the only step to moving forward. Just as college students have counselors and life coaches as they make their transitions, so to do people battling addiction. Read More.

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Use of illicit drugs becomes part of Silicon Valley’s work culture. For Google executive Forrest Timothy Hayes, heroin was the killer app. From the way the Santa Cruz cops talk about it, the security camera video that captured a reputed high-price call girl injecting the 51-year-old tech veteran with a fatal dose of the drug aboard his yacht in Santa Cruz was surely horrific. But it was particularly chilling for another reason: Read More.

Dr. Cali Estes is an addictions coach and therapist who has worked for over 18 years with clients battling drug, alcohol and food addictions.

Dr. Cali Estes is an addictions coach and therapist who has worked for over 18 years with clients battling drug, alcohol and food addictions. We asked Estes if she has noticed a recent increase in LGBT teens battling addiction. “Yes,” she shares. “A lot of teens that have not discussed their LGBT status — have not declared it in the open — will self-medicate in fear of being abandoned or shunned by their parents, teachers and fellow students.” Read More.

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Noted addictions coach Cali Estes, who runs offices in L.A., New York and Miami, suggests being as proactive as possible in seeking out a game fix, and that waiting till the last minute to find a televised Dodgers game will only add to fans’ frustrations. Read More.

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Continuing education can be the key to staying up to date in your field. The fields of psychology and social sciences are constantly changing. Doctors and scientists come up with new theories every day, not to mention the benefits of medications, cognitive therapy and alternative approaches. Read More.

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4 Strategies for Maintaining a Strong Marriage From the Road. Musician and electrician Tim Estes runs a spit-and-polish home. But that changes when his wife, Cali, founder of The Addictions Coach, a mobile counseling program, returns from one of her frequent road trips. “He says, ‘Hurricane Cali came through here; the house is a disaster,'” she reports with a laugh. Read More.

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Just how much should you have to worry about your kid doing drugs? When do you start talking about drugs? What if you suspect your kid is using? In this week’s podcast, I interview addiction specialist Cali Estes. You’ll be surprised at what she has to share with you. Please don’t miss this important interview. You can access it here: Read More.

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Cali Estes deals with drug addicts, but treats them in a nontraditional way. Rather than the usual 12-step process, she specializes in “harm reduction,” which allows the addict to taper off a substance rather than quit cold turkey or transition to a legal but still addictive substitute, such as methadone. Read More.

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You may recall the You Tube “cinnamon challenge” and, more recently, the “ice and salt challenge.” Now, tweens and teens are “snorting Smarties,” crushing up the sugary candies to a fine powder that can be smoked or snorted. The behavior is beyond ridiculous… it’s dangerous. Read More.

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REAL CONCERN OR SILLY HOAX?
You may recall the You Tube “cinnamon challenge” and, more recently, the “ice and salt challenge.” Now, tweens and teens are “snorting Smarties,” crushing up the sugary candies to a fine powder that can be smoked or snorted. The behavior is beyond ridiculous… it’s dangerous. Read More.

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Cali Estes of The Addictions Academy and The Addictions Coach joins eHealth Radio and the Addiction Prevention & Stress Management Channels. The Addictions Academy offers certifications to professionals who want to continue their education in addiction. They also offer mobile rehab, sober coaches and addiction therapy for clients. Read More.

MIAMI December 11, 2013 -- The Addictions Coach has been selected for the 2013 Miami Award in the Addiction Treatment Center category by the Miami Award Program.

MIAMI December 11, 2013 — The Addictions Coach has been selected for the 2013 Miami Award in the Addiction Treatment Center category by the Miami Award Program. Each year, the Miami Award Program identifies companies that we believe have achieved exceptional marketing success in their local community and business category. These are local companies that enhance the positive image of small business through service to their customers and our community. Read More.

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The arise of mommy and wine play groups has taken up as the new pastime for women with children. Cali Estes weighs in on this topic and how stay at home moms are breaking up the boredom by having wine play groups at home and in restaurants. Read More.

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Dr Russel Hyken Show – Online Addiction In this interview, Cali Estes discussed the different types of addiction, what behaviors signal a problem, and what parents can do help their struggling family member. Read More.

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4 Steps to Deal with an Employee’s Substance Abuse Problem Cali talks about how to identify substance abuse in the workplace about what companies can do to help their employees. Read More.

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How to handle debt when you’re ADHD Cali talks about how it can be difficult for people with ADHD and ADD to handle their finances and provides tips on they can self manage. Read More.

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4 Steps to Deal with an Employee’s Substance Abuse Problem Cali talks about how to identify substance abuse in the workplace about what companies can do to help their employees. Read More.

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Do This Before You Build Your Next App and Other Must-Read Business Tips Cali provides her tips in the list of tips for entrepreneurs releasing new products. Read More.

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What are the dangers to the infant when the mother is drug dependent during pregnancy? What happens to these babies after they are born? Cali is quoted in this article about Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome. Read More.

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ER Visits Tied to Xanax, Similar Drugs Soar in NYC
Prescription drug abuse is rising sharply across the country, but one type of pill is leading the pack in emergency room visits in New York City: Xanax and similar drugs are flying off pharmacy shelves. Cali is interviewed in this investigative expose on the over prescription of anti-anxiety drugs. Read More.

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Dangers of Performance Enhancing Drugs
Cali looks at the use of PEDs from a mental health angle. Read More.

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The Long Road: Top Tips for Recovery
The decision to abandon a life of addiction is the first big step in a long process; Cali provides guidance in this article. Read More.

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Listen to Cali explain what she does, and how she helps others in the field of health and wellness. Read More.

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Interview With Cali Estes on Addiction
An interview with Cali regarding recovery, addiction, the importance of staying physically active, and the ongoing debate regarding marijuana. Read More.

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Why did you start your business?
Cali started “The Addiction’s Coach” to combat the 98% failure rate that traditional drug and alcohol treatment centers have. Read More.

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Does Mass Incarceration Define America?
Cali is quoted in this article about prison reform and drug laws in our country. Read More.

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Recovery Weekly – Episode 10 – Cali Estes: The Addictions Coach
Hear Cali discuss addiction and recovery issues that arise in early sobriety with the Northeast Addiction Consultants. Read More.

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What is a Sober Coach?
The call of drugs and alcohol to substance abusers trying to kick their habit never goes silent. For someone who has relapsed repeatedly, a new specialist—the “sober coach”—has emerged.  Read More.

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Lifestyle coaching has evolved to help us monitor our every vice.
Got a problem with food? Hire a diet coach. Got a problem with your life? Hire a life coach. For singles, there are dating coaches; for shopaholics there are shopping coaches. Now, for substance abusers, there are sober coaches. Read More.

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Lifestyles of the Rich and Sober
If your new, healthy lifestyle has you feeling slightly flush, let us recommend some ways to spend some cash on recovery. Read More.

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Charlie Sheen Hires Sober Coach Amid Troubles
Following reports that Sheen spent the last week binging on drugs and alcohol, the actor has allegedly hired a sober coach. Read More.

Executive StreetA Hard Pill to Swallow
An invisible infection is crawling through our workplaces. It’s not the white-walkers from Game of Thrones, nor the zombies from the Walking Dead. It’s a different kind of infection and according to a recent survey by Employers Holdings Inc., one in ten small businesses have had employees dealing with it. And this is just those who have been recorded showing up for work under the influence of drugs or alcohol in the last year. The survey, which polled 502 small businesses with fewer than 100 employees, found that alcohol was the most commonly abused substance (5.3%) with marijuana and prescription painkillers following close behind (5.1%). Read More.

The Trading PulseThe Addictions Academy has announced inhabitant mandate and state mandate for Interventionists, Recovery Coaches and Addiction Coaches, debunking a parable of wanting to register with a ‘board’ or organisation in a United States.

“For years a open has been misled that there are play or general groups that oversee Interventionists and Recovery Coaches,” Cali Estes, Founder said. “That is not a case. Each state is commencement to order a possess set of state regulations and manners finish with a state hearing to register for state credentialing. There is no need to join an eccentric organisation to determine your credentials, unless we simply wish to join a club.”

Web Talk RadioCali Estes, Interviewed on “Addicted to Addicts: Survival 101- The Addictions Coach

This week’s show is all about choices and possibilities. How do you think rehab should go? Would being able to stay in your own environment be good or bad? How about going about your work, school, social responsibilities and being able to “bounce off” situations with a therapist/counselor when “stuff” happens, to get immediate tools to use? What about someone being by your side when you relapse or to help you help yourself not to relapse? Denise speaks with Cali Estes, founder of the Addictions Academy and The Addictions Coach, about the different, creative modes of treatment she is discovering to work well with a different “twist”.
You can find Cali at her websites above or call her at 1-800 706-0318. Read More.

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Stanley Bronstein, Author of Super Change Your Life interviews Cali Estes of the Addictions Coach and The Addictions Academy on how to use Coping Skills, Compulsion Reduction and getting to the root cause of the issues to assist people in overcoming their addictions. Cali Estes discusses drug and alcohol addiction, substance abuse issues, food addiction, gambling addiction and sex addiction. Read More..

Recovery, whether it is from substance abuse or a mental illness, or both requires a treatment plan, which in many cases is as effective as treatments for other chronic illnesses. “One Hour AT A Time” will increase awareness about recovery and decrease the discrimination against individuals in the recovery process. Read More.