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​How Can Sober Companions Help with Recovery?

From the Show: Rewired Radio
Summary: Sober companions act as life coaches who are specifically focused on keeping you on track as you transition into a more independent phase of your recovery.
Air Date: 10/16/15
Duration: 10 Minutes
Guest Bio: ​Danielle Delaney
attachment-1Danielle Delaney is a Certified Crisis Intervention Counselor, specialist in Addiction & Recovery Aftercare, Rape Crisis Counselor, and is also a Sober Coach and an Interventionist. She also specializes in the area of Adults Molested as Children as well as GLBT issues and drug­-assisted rape and survivors of domestic violence. 

Danielle works with individuals, families and couples seeking healing and resolution of their challenges, and helps them to more clearly see the path to their holistic wellness and to their higher selves. Danielle is the President and CEO of a sober companioning business, Danielle Delaney Counseling, Inc. 

The company provides nurses and companions to people as they are being discharged from inpatient facilities and sober living homes, so that they may have invaluable assistance in beginning their lives again with structure. 

The companion aids in identifying and addressing stumbling blocks in the client’s lives that contributed to their difficulties and addictions. Danielle holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from UCLA and has earned additional certifications at the Sexual Assault Crisis Agency in Orange County. 

As a survivor herself, she is uniquely qualified to understand and assist her clients. Through her work and contributions, Danielle is dedicated to assisting people in affecting enduring and beneficial changes in their lives and in making sense of the chaotic world around them.
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​How Can Sober Companions Help with Recovery?
​Danielle Delaney runs a company dedicated to providing sober companions to people who are being discharged from inpatient facilities and sober living houses. 

Sober companions act as life coaches who are specifically focused on keeping you accountable and on track as you transition into a more independent phase of your recovery journey. 

From planning meals, to attending social events and meetings, a sober companion can take on many roles and help navigate situations that may act as triggers during outpatient care. 

Erica and Danielle discuss what a sober companion is and how they can be a vital form of support during recovery.

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