Thursday, February 11, 2016

Last Chance for Early Registration on 2/27 - 3/4 Recovery Coach Training!

The next City of Angels Recovery Coach training will be Saturday, February 27 to Friday, March 4 in Williamstown (Gloucester County), New Jersey.

Since COA began offering this training in January 2013, more than 150 people have been trained and are using the skills they learned in both their personal and professional lives. 

Early registration rates will be in effect until this Friday, February 12 - after that, registration rates will rise to the regular rate. So, if you're planning on taking this class, register beforeFriday to save $100!

To learn more about the training, see the schedule and/or to register, click here. 

For information for out-of-town registrants or other questions,

To find a recovery coach, click here to learn about trained COA recovery coaches who are available to help you.
Recovery Coach Academy at COA
Recovery Coach Academy at COA

New on COA Recovery Radio

 The latest "Wellness in Recovery" explores "Healing Your Inner Child". In this show, Wendi Rose and Sam Haines explain how inner child work helped them heal deep wounds from their own childhood, and how they now help others heal. Wendi & Sam use a multi-faceted approach that includes counseling, meditation and IET (Integrated Energy Therapy), in a process that compliments Step work, conventional therapy, and other wellnesspractices. In this show, they explain how it works and lead a short meditation to reduce stress and enhance wellbeing. Click here to listen to the show on demand.

To learn more about inner child work, IET, and other healing modalities, click here to visit their website. 
Does your life seem to be going around and around seemingly in an endless Merry Go Round of chasing your addict or addiction? Then tune into the latest "Families and Recovery" as Bill & Cathy interview Pete and Shana about their journey of "Getting off the Merry Go Round".

Click here to listen on demand. For more "Families and Recovery" on demand, click here.

It's all too common to hear in the news that another teacher has sexually assaulted or inappropriately touched a student. Tune into the latest "Stop Feeding the Predators" for "Teacher Leave Those Kids Alone!". In this new show, Lynn talks about how this can happen, why they get away with it for so long, and most importantly, what YOU can do to help protect your children.  To listen to the show on demand, click here. To check out past SFTP shows, click here.

Stop Feeding the Predators helps families whose children have been assaulted, as well as those who have been harmed regardless of how much time has passed since the assault.If you need help, please call (614) 403-4545 and someone from SFTP will do their best to connect you to a resource in your area.


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