Group Coaching

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

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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.



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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:

  1. Which characteristics of your type do you most identify with?
  2. Which of the characteristics of that type do you think contributed to the spiral into your addiction?
  3. Which characteristics of your type do you think contribute most to your recovery?
  4. If you met someone who identified with your type in their quest to journey into recovery, what would you most want them to know?