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CiR Remote

Connections in Recovery (CiR) remote coaching services can provide the right support, from LMFT’s, CPC, IFC, Pivot, ELI-MP, to CCAPP, and IAPRC’s. As states like New York and others report yet another increase in coronavirus cases from the convergence of the Omicron variant and Delta variant, more and more clients may request non in-person virtual coaching services as an alternative.

Our remote coaches include the following specializations:

  • Depression
  • Early recovery
  • Executive coaching
  • Anxiety
  • Finance coaching
  • Grief
  • Relapse prevention
  • Emotional regulation and mindfulness
  • Relationship issues
  • LGBTQ affirmative coaching
  • Gambling
  • Parent coaching
  • Life skills
  • Wellness and nutrition coaching
  • Fitness coaching
  • Co-dependency
  • Love addiction
  • Substance abuse
  • Meal support

Connections in Recovery is still providing in-person services for clients as well as remote services. Let us connect your client with the right coach. For more information on CiR Remote and how to book a session, please click HERE.

Connections in Recovery (CiR), established in 2011, assists individuals struggling with addiction and mental health issues to connect with the best providers, recovery companions and treatment resources to support long-term positive recovery outcomes. Through personalized action plans, CiR is committed to finding the right solution for each individual.

For more info., visit www.ConnectionsinRecovery.com or call (888) 617-1050.

“My mental health companion is amazing! She is an incredible woman and has been a tremendous help in the short time we have been together! I now recognize why your company is so successful, and value the communication and continuity of care. I have stopped all contact with the other coaching company. Thank you for bringing her into my life!” ~ R.P. (Patient)

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