Earn 20 NAADAC credits after completing the Group Coaching
Game Changer Course
Learn How To:
- Overcome Your Own Patterns Getting in the Way of Your Clients Success
- Never Work Harder Than Your Clients Again
- Better Serve Your Clients
- Improve Client Outcomes
- Crack Open the Denial Inherent in All Addictions
You Will Receive:
- 10 Weekly Coaching Sessions via Zoom
- Handbook with Summary of Discussion Points for Each Session
- 10 Hours of Interviews with Each of the 9 Types in Recovery
(Each video interview can be shared with your client)
PLUS: 20 Hours of Continuing Education with NAADAC
Renée is an excellent teacher. Not only does she know this material inside and out, she has a very ‘easy to understand’ way of unraveling the nine Enneagram types or personalities so that even a novice can grasp the differences. As a professional certified coach and licensed addiction counselor, I find the Enneagram to be a powerful way for clients to feel ‘not so alone’ in their journey towards wholeness. More than once someone has said to me, “Oh my gosh I thought I was the only one who felt like that.” I especially like the way Renée breaks out how, I as a certain Enneagram type, can work more effectively with my clients. This is really important, and much needed instruction, on using the Enneagram personally and professionally! Great stuff Renée!
~ Rebecca Smith, MEd, PCC, SAP, SUDP, ERYT
If you prefer Do-It-Yourself…
9 Paths to Recovery Self-Study Program
If you are someone who is working with those in recovery and likes to do it yourself, we have a self-study program that consists of interviews with each of the 9 types in recovery from both a substance use addiction and a gambling addiction or process addiction.
This self-study program consists of 9 video interviews with each of the 9 enneagram types.
Each type is in recovery from both a substance use addiction and a gambling addiction or process addiction. In each of the 9 interviews, the interviewee is asked the same four questions:
- Which characteristics of your type do you most identify with?
- Which of the characteristics of that type do you think contributed to the spiral into your addiction?
- Which characteristics of your type do you think contribute most to your recovery?
- If you met someone who identified with your type in their quest to journey into recovery, what would you most want them to know?