Professional Coaching with a Specialty in Addiction Recovery and Wellness

Coaching is partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential. ~ Int’l Coach Federation/ ICF definition

Life Coaching emerged as a powerful profession in the mid 1990’s in the US and has become a two billion dollar industry worldwide. Professional Coaching has standards, competencies, and approaches effective in business settings, leadership development, health and wellness, enhancing performance, etc. NET Institute opened a new nonprofit division called the International Association of Professional Recovery Coaches/ IAPRC to offer a Credential and Certificate Program in Professional Coaching with a Specialty in Addiction Recovery and Wellness.

We offer 60+ hours of approved ICF blended learning CCEs.

This outstanding program incorporates:

  • proven protocols of Professional Coaching
  • best practices & the Neuroscience of Prevention and Addiction Recovery
  • focus on Positive Psychology, Wellness and Wellbeing

Professional Life Recovery Coaching works well in The Green Zone with people who want to build resilience, cut back or modify their behaviors AND with people who want to sustain and maximize their recovery and wellness.

Use Your Existing Skills & Expertise to Help Others
Who Can Become a Professional Life Recovery Coach?

CPRC Dual Program

Therapists, Counselors, Addiction Professionals, Human Resource Professionals, Healthcare Professionals, People in Recovery and their loved ones.

CPRC Program

Certified Professional Coaches (Wellness, Business, Executive, Life Coaches) who want to add a Specialty in Addiction Recovery and serve a fast growing niche.

NOTE: Peer Recovery Coaches /RSS (Addiction) and Peer Specialists/ PS (Mental Health) primarily work in the RED Zone of the Addiction Curve helping people in active addiction, mental illness or both who have lost control and may need treatment, behavioral health services and/or recovery support services such as: connection to community services, recovery housing, food stamps, transportation, medical services, support with legal and criminal justice issues, etc.

These peer recovery roles/ functions are typically NOT part of LIFE Recovery Coaching.