Year Two and Beyond

About Recovery Coaching

To learn more about the Recovery Enhancement Program, click here.

To Get Started

Take the coaching assessment online or answer the following questions and call 610-621-5223 to talk with an ECRS coach. If you like what transpires, you will then schedule a meeting where you get to know one another.

Make a list of all the things you are currently "putting up with."

Make a list of 10 things you think you should be doing for your recovery, personal or professional life.

What are 5 things that are frustrating you right now about yourself, your recovery, your life, work or others.

How satisfied are you with your financial situation? Are you experiencing stress as a result of your finances?

What do you really want from your recovery? In your personal life? Business life? What dreams have you given up on or put off?

List 10 strengths you utilize for problem solving.

What behaviors can you identify that become out of control when your stress or problems increase?

What exactly do you want to accomplish for your recovery?

Creating a Life You Love

East Coast Recovery Services (ECRS) has created a Recovery Enhancement Program Program for individuals who have achieved a year or more in recovery and want to take their lives to the next level.

All kinds of people use coaching for goal setting, planning, skill-building, conflict resolution and creativity. People in recovery utilize specially trained coaches while they are developing a healthier lifestyle free from mood altering behaviors.

Our coaches help ensure that clients' pursuits are fueled by healthy motivation and built upon solid foundations. They help you develop a plan of action that is free from compulsive/addictive behaviors and rich in healthy ambitions and practicality.

Areas of Focus
  • Acceptance of Events
  • Acceptance of Others
  • Balancing Recovery, Work and Personal Life
  • Career Change
  • Character Development
  • Compassion/Empathy
  • Building Confidence
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Couples Communication
  • Dealing with Obstacles
  • Decision Making
  • Developing Flexibility
  • Family Communication
  • Fear Reduction
  • Boundaries at Work
  • Financial Problems
  • Goal Identification
  • Improving Integrity
  • Increasing Motivation
  • Intervention Skills
  • Leadership Skills
  • Life Changing Events
  • Needs Identification
  • Passion Identification
  • Personal Organization
  • Problem Resolution
  • Relationship Enhancement
  • Self-Awareness
  • Self-Care Skills
  • Setting Priorities
  • Spiritual Development
  • Strengths Identification
  • Stress Reduction
  • Time Management
  • Toleration Reduction
  • Values Clarification
Is a Recovery Coach Right for You?

To take the assessment online click here. To download the assessment, click here.

Video Converencing

To make our services available to a wider range of people we utilize video conferencing for coaching and education. This enables our clients to sit in the setting of their choice and get help they need when they need it.

For more information about Video Conferencing, please call 610-621-5223 or email

Recovery Enhancement Program

What Is Coaching?

Coaching is a newer profession synthesized from the best of psychology, business, philosophy, spirituality and finance to benefit individuals who want to grow. Utilizing a coach is about change. Coaches focus on the present and what to do next. People in recovery utilize specially trained coaches to help identify and achieve goals while they are developing a lifestyle free from mood altering behaviors.

Why Does Coaching Work?

Synergy - Client and coach become a team, focused on the client's goals and needs.
Structure - Client's take more action, think bigger and get the job done because the plan is well-thought out and the coach provides accountability.
Expertise - Coaches know how to assist clients in making better decisions and setting goals that are attainable and aligned with their values.

Who Works with a Coach?

Anyone seeking self-knowledge/improvement, change and/or fulfillment.

What to Look for in a Coach

The right coach consistently brings out the best in you. Just as one would hire a basketball coach to improve their basketball game, one should seek a coach that has demonstrable success in the area in which the individual would like to grow. The right coach will:

  • Have a track record of helping individuals like you accomplish the goals you want
  • Help you think positively and be motivated to act
  • Keep up with and go ahead of you when it's time to grow

How Does Coaching Work?

Coaching at ECRS is delivered by agreement through weekly sessions in person, by video conferencing, or by phone. Clients bring an agenda to the session. The coach helps to solve problems and make the most of opportunities. When dealing with large goals, the coach helps design the project and provides the support and structure needed to make sure it gets done. Coaches bring out the client's best by offering advice, expecting a lot, helping strategize and celebrating wins.

How Do I Get Started?

If you think this type of relationship could work for you, call 610-621-5223 and talk with an ECRS coach. The next step would be to schedule a meeting where you get to know one another. You will receive a Welcome Packet by mail with a checklist and assessment materials. To make the most of your first meeting, you will want to complete the packet and bring it with you. During the initial meeting, the coach will want to hear about your needs, problems and goals. You will want to know what the coach has to offer. At the end of this meeting, both you and the coach decide if it's a match.

Coaching FAQs

For a list of Frequently Asked Questions, click here.

Get in touch

Main Offices
Transitions in Recovery
PO Box 128
225 E Wyomissing Ave
Mohnton, PA 19540
P: (610) 621-4432
East Coast Recovery Services
1155 Penn Ave
Wyomissing, PA 19610
P: (610) 621-5223