For many of us, if we need to change a behaviour then we need to get accountable. We do this by
putting a system in place that makes us take person responsibility for our journey. Whether it be a
personal trainer at the gym or joining a slimming club to help loose weight, getting an accountability
partner does works. Changing our relationship with alcohol is no different. It takes commitment and
acceptance that the only way to change is to change your behaviour.

Whether you would like to become completely alcohol-free or just alter your drinking patterns:

How can I help?

I can support you through your early stages of change with a bespoke programme that is tailored to
suit you. The first step includes an introductory call (free of charge) to see if we are a good fit. If I am
not right for you, that is fine. I am happy to recommend other qualified sober coaches.

If you decide you would like to work with me then we will develop a programme that best suits your
schedule. My programmes run for a minimum of 66 days as it takes at least three cycle of 21 days to
develop a new habit that lasts.

Typically, a programme will include:

  • One-hour introductory and planning and goal setting session where we will discuss your
    current patterns and your wishes for the future
  • WhatsApp or text accountability messages. For the first week these are daily and as you
    progress this will move to every other day and then once a week
  • A call once a week to discuss your progress
  • Resources to help you better understand your relationship with alcohol
  • A three-month plan to help you once your coaching programme is over.

I work within a three-pillar framework – Health, Wealth, and Self – to help you begin to get the best
out of your capabilities, challenge your perceptions and change your behaviour for good.

If you would like to have a no obligation phone call or Teams meeting, then please do get in touch. I
would love to help you become the best version of you.

Please note, if you have a recognised or diagnosed physical dependence on alcohol then please
consult your doctor before stopping drinking.