FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
ATLANTA (October 27, 2020) – The Recovery Coach, LLC, a company that specializes in relapse prevention and continuing care services, today announced the addition of Jeanne Schultz, M.Ed., CPRC, CPS-AD, to its team of certified peer support specialists.
Schultz, a person in long-term recovery, received her certification as a peer recovery coach in the summer of 2020 through the Alcohol & Drug Addiction Certification Board of Georgia (ADACBGA), as well as a certified peer specialist for addictive diseases through the Georgia Council on Substance Abuse (GCSA). She also holds a master’s degree in education from Mercer University in Atlanta. A retired middle school teacher of 26 years, Schultz is excited to teach a new set of skills (i.e., recovery) to individuals and families who are struggling.
“I am delighted to join The Recovery Coach because of its level of professionalism, dedication to others and methods used to quantify results. Clients are in good hands, from the initial consultation to the final session. Team members are compassionate, knowledgeable and eager to help others find freedom. They are committed to their own recovery and continual growth as mental health professionals,” said Schultz.
Schultz will work closely with those who are actively seeking recovery from addiction, eating disorders and co-occurring conditions. Additionally, she specializes in codependency recovery coaching for families, drawing on her own lived experience and professional training to provide a unique, in-depth perspective.
“We are ecstatic to welcome Jeanne to our team,” said Alison Broderick, NCRC-II, CPS-AD, founder/owner of The Recovery Coach. “She has a teacher’s heart and a sincere desire to help guide individuals on a path of recovery that meets their specific needs. Jeanne will serve as an excellent resource for the recovering community, as well as a valuable asset to The Recovery Coach organization.”
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About The Recovery Coach
The Recovery Coach offers strengths- and solutions-based support for individuals who are actively seeking recovery from substance use disorder, eating disorders, anxiety, depression and/or codependency. Clients receive individualized care that includes ongoing communication with their recovery coach, relapse prevention strategies, effective recovery tools and viable community resources. The Recovery Coach abides by the core competencies as defined by the International Coach Federation (ICF), as well as complies with HIPAA regulations. For information, please call/text 678-851-3314 or visit www.TheRecoveryCoachATL.com.