GETTING CLEAN & SOBER IS THE FIRST STEP IN OVERCOMING ADDICTION, SHIFTING YOUR MINDSET FOR RECOVERY IS NEXT


Self-limiting beliefs perpetuate negative thoughts that trigger undesirable feelings and negative coping behaviors. The outcome of the negative coping behaviors reaffirms a belief. This is a fixed program of the subconscious. We spend 95% of our day running these types of programs. When the coping behavior is substance abuse, it can lead to addiction.

Unfortunately, getting clean & sober alone doesn’t change your beliefs, so they still perpetuate negative thoughts that trigger undesirable feelings your mind will seek to escape from. Increased intake of caffeine, nicotine, sugar etc. are common cross addictions. 


Once you get on a path of recovery, one of the most important things you can do, in addition to engaging healthy coping behaviors is continue the work of replacing your self-limiting beliefs with new empowering beliefs that shift your overall mindset. This requires intentional and consistent focus.


In my 12 week online coaching group, MindSET for Recovery, you’ll strengthen three keys areas that will help you adopt new beliefs and thrive, I call these keys areas “A.C.E.” (self-awareness, self-confidence, self-esteem). These groups are best fit for people in early recovery.


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WE’LL COVER

  • The two most common self-limiting beliefs that affect people most and why we adopt them

  • Why it has been challenging to stay consistent with the things that make you feel good and are good for your recovery

  • Why strengthening your A.C.E. is key to breaking through your limiting beliefs

  • Strategies you can implement right away to get you started

  • Q & A

Strengthening my "A.C.E." changed my life, the lives of countless clients, and I believe strengthening these key areas will change yours. My name is DaMarcus Morton and I'm a certified Recovery Coach; I’m also a graduate of The University of Akron where I studied Criminal Justice/Sociology. I have worked in Social Services & Mental Health/Addiction collectively for 15+ years including addiction counseling. A large portion of this time has been doing group work. 

When I worked as an Addiction Counselor in the early 2000s, I saw many clients stay clean and sober. Unfortunately, I also saw many relapse and return to treatment on multiple occasions. This deepened my passion for understanding the mind and addiction. My studies focused in on our belief system, the negative patterns they influence (including substance abuse) and how to shift our overall mindset for recovery. I honed in on three areas "A.C.E.", integrated improvement strategies for them into my clients’ treatment plans and the results were astonishing, even my own life benefitted. I knew I was on to something. I went to the owners and pitched an aftercare program focused specifically on strengthening the clients “A.C.E.” while integrating back into everyday living, they approved it and I developed their first sober living aftercare program. After the first year, most of my staff were former residents. I managed the program for three years before I decided to transition into independent recovery coaching.  

I facilitate my 12-week coaching group, MindSET for Recovery, online and in select private treatment programs in Los Angeles. I've even worked with the prestigious think tank, Rand Corporation. I’m humbled my work has affected the lives of so many.


Many who’ve participated in my 12 week coaching group note improved awareness for identifying and interrupting triggers faster, improved confidence that moves them beyond fear into action, and improved esteem that fosters self-love & respect.

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  • AWARENESS

    Self-awareness is the ability to focus on yourself and how your actions, thoughts, or emotions do or do not align with your internal standards. When you’re self-aware, you can objectively evaluate yourself and manage your emotions. Having an accurate sense of who you are also helps you understand what you should do to improve.

  • CONFIDENCE

    Self-confidence is a belief in oneself, the conviction that have the ability to meet life‘s challenges and to succeed –and the willingness to act accordingly. Being confident requires a realistic sense of your capabilities and feeling secure in that knowledge. The more confident you become, the more you unhook from your self-limiting beliefs and take action towards your recovery and personal goals.

  • ESTEEM

    Self-esteem is how we feel about ourselves, the way we look, the way we think – whether or not we feel worthy or valued. When your self-esteem is healthy, you tend to feel positive about yourself and about life in general. It also makes you better able to deal with life‘s ups and downs without negative coping behaviors.

HERE’S WHAT WE’LL COVER IN THE WORKBOOK

  • 1

    Awareness

    • Identifying Your Negative Thinking Patterns

    • Gaining Direction & Clarity

    • Developing Positive Thinking Patterns

    • Understanding Your Needs

  • 2

    Confidence

    • Strengthening Your Top Mental Faculties/Setting S.M.A.R.T. Goals

    • Gaining Leverage Over Fear

    • Build Self-Credibility/Minimizing Distractions

    • Utilizing Creative Visualization

  • 3

    Esteem

    • Aligning Your Core Values

    • Shifting Your Perspective

    • Measuring Your Personal Growth (M.E.P.S)

    • Engaging Self-Love & Forgiveness

THINK GROUP COACHING ISN'T FOR YOU?

 This anxiety is quite normal as most people have never been exposed to a group coaching environment and don't know what to expect. Almost without exception, that passes after a few sessions and you feel connected to the process and your peers.

*groups don’t interfere with other support services


HERE ARE A FEW MORE BENEFITS

Groups provide support. Hearing from others with similar roadblocks helps you feel less alone as you grow through the coaching process. Additionally, you'll have access to the private community group for increased accountability.

Groups provide perspective. Everyone in your group will be at different places on their journey, and will be able to offer their unique perspective with the rest of the group.

Groups provide sanctuary. Having a purposeful, safe place to learn and grow keeps you engaged. Groups are intentionally kept small to maintain group integrity. 


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