M-F, 8 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Weekend appointments available upon request
Initial Consultation (30 minutes) - FREE
**The frequency of sessions will vary depending on each client’s needs, which is determined following the initial consultation. A sliding scale is available for those who qualify.
ALISON BRODERICK, NCRC-II
Alison Broderick is a Nationally Certified Recovery Coach Level II and founder/owner of The Recovery Coach, LLC. She is professionally trained in working with individuals struggling with, or in recovery from, substance use disorder, eating disorders, anxiety, depression and codependency.
The first year of sobriety/recovery is often the most challenging. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), 40-60 percent of people struggling with addiction will fall back into some form of substance abuse after treatment. As a Recovery Coach, Alison provides clients age 18 and older with the tools, structure and support needed to establish a solid foundation in recovery. Her client-centered approach and strengths-based, solutions-based support integrate holistic healing and evidence-based methods.
“At The Recovery Coach, we believe long-term recovery is a continual and daily pursuit of connecting the mind, body and spirit. We help clients identify what whole-body wellness means to them personally, and then empower them to take charge of their own recovery,” says Alison.
Alison began her own recovery journey in February 2011. Having worked in the mental and behavioral health industry since 2012, she has witnessed miraculous transformations take place when individuals and family members are willing to do the work. She received her Recovery Coach certification in early 2018 from The Addictions Academy. Alison also holds a BA in Journalism with a minor in sociology from Georgia State University. She is a certified barre3 instructor, which incorporates ballet, yoga and Pilates; as well as a published children’s author.
Says Alison, “The mental health industry is beginning to recognize the value of a comprehensive continuum of care. My role as a Recovery Coach is to support individuals in creating a plan of action, finding resources in their area, and building a strong support network. My goal as a Recovery Coach is to help them uncover their authentic selves and achieve lasting success.”
For more information about how The Recovery Coach can help you find freedom, visit www.TheRecoveryCoachATL.com or call (678) 851-3314.