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Alison Broderick, NCRC-II, CPS-AD

When Recovery Is Personal

Alison Broderick, NCRC-II, CPS-AD Founder/Owner Ever since my recovery journey began in February 2011, I have yet to encounter an individual who has found lasting success by recovering on his or her own. I am not implying it's impossible, but this is what I believe to be true: substance use disorders and other mental health conditions are characterized by intense isolation. In order to fully recover, one must lean on the support of others to find freedom and happiness. The opposite of addiction is connection. My name is Alison Broderick. I am a Nationally Certified Recovery Coach-Level II (NCRC-II); a Georgia Certified Peer Specialist - Addictive Diseases (CPS-AD); and the founder/owner of The Recovery Coach, LLC. Having worked in the mental and behavioral health industry since 2012, I have had the opportunity to watch firsthand what works... and what doesn't. To witness the transformation of an individual who has recovered from a seemingly hopeless state of mind and body is nothing short of miraculous. Recovery is the expectation. Everyone can recover using a pathway that suits his or her lifestyle. My friend, there is always hope.

Dare to Dive Deep

What you cannot do alone, we can do together. It's not just about putting an end to the maladaptive behaviors; it's about achieving whole-body healing and getting to the root cause of your substance use disorder and/or unhealthy coping mechanisms. If you are ready to give this recovery thing a real shot and achieve lasting success, The Recovery Coach wants to hear from you. Life is meant to be enjoyed and lived well.

Certifications & Achievements

  • Nationally Certified Recovery Coach, Level II (NCRC-II), The Addictions Academy
  • Certified Peer Specialist - Addictive Diseases (CPS-AD), Georgia Council on Substance Abuse (GCSA)
  • Bachelor’s degree, Journalism, Georgia State University
  • Published children's author, "Samuel Stanley Scotty Snight" and "Marcy Mabel Mollie McMann"

Alison Broderick 



Seth Harris, CPS-AD

When Passion Meets Purpose

Seth Harris, CPS-AD Certified Peer Support Specialist/Recovery Coach My name is Seth Harris, and I am a person in long-term recovery. A native of Atlanta, Ga., I graduated from the Westminster Schools before attending the University of Mississippi in 1999. I spent a decade in the Magnolia State before returning to Georgia in 2011. Currently, I am the Associate Director of Admissions for a local addiction treatment program for men. Additionally, I help co-facilitate The Freedom Experience, a weekly support group that meets in the Woodstock, Ga., area. In February 2020, I became a Certified Peer Specialist - Addictive Diseases (CPS-AD) through the Georgia Council on Substance Abuse (GCSA). I am passionate about supporting others as they discover the freedom and joy that recovery brings.

Clients Come First

By choosing to "recover out loud," I have been fortunate to help hundreds of individuals and their loved ones navigate a path toward hope and freedom. I follow a person-centered approach that seeks to honor each individual’s story, and I believe autonomy, gratitude and staying present are guideposts for every recovery journey.

Hours & Availability

Seth is available for virtual recovery coaching sessions on the following days:

  • Tuesdays & Thursdays
    • Mornings, Afternoons
  • Fridays
    • Mornings, Afternoons
  • Weekday Evenings Upon Request
To contact Seth, please send an email to

Seth Harris

Certified Peer Specialist

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Jeanne Schultz, M.Ed., CPRC, CPS-AD

From Hardship to Hope

Jeanne Schultz, M.Ed., CPRC Certified Peer Recovery Coach My name is Jeanne Schultz and I am a person in long-term recovery. I am from Pittsburgh, PA; grew up in Los Angeles; and have been living in Atlanta since 1989. Frequent moves during my childhood left their marks, but today I am grateful for the many blessings that have occurred along the way. Like many, our family has been coping with the disease of addiction and mental illness for more than 10 years. While navigating a family member’s treatment and subsequent recovery, my reliance on unhealthy coping mechanisms increased. Unfortunately, as circumstances improved for others, my disease gained momentum.

A Teachable Teacher

In early 2017, I decided to give recovery a try and slowly realized I needed to rely on others to help me open up to the possibility of change. I knew I could not achieve rich and lasting recovery alone, and that my situation was not hopeless. So, I became teachable. As a retired middle school teacher of 26 years—with a master’s degree in Education from Mercer University—it was humbling, yet refreshing, to switch roles and show up as a 'student' in recovery.

Paying It Forward

Recovery has allowed me to be more present, open and honest in all facets of my life, especially with my loved ones. Today, our family is certainly not perfect, but we are more authentic and happier than we have ever been. I have found value in our shared experiences and now strive to bring this same hope to others. In the summer of 2020, I became a Certified Peer Recovery Coach (CPRC) through the Alcohol & Drug Addiction Certification Board of Georgia; and in March 2021, I received certification as a Certified Peer Specialist -Addictive Diseases (CPS-AD) through the Georgia Council on Substance Abuse. I welcome the opportunity to be a part of yours or your loved one’s recovery journey. Through my own lived experience, I know that change is possible!

Jeanne Schultz

Certified Peer Recovery Coach

We were meant to recover together. ​

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