Because Christian Recovery Coaches are not Pastors, Psychologist, Therapist, Christian Counselors, they do not offer treatments or diagnose and treat addictions. However, unlike the above mentioned Christian Recovery Coaches will move a client challenged with an addiction forward utilizing biblical principles beyond recovery as well as make themselves more accessible to a client in order to help prevent or reduce relapse (See Ephesians 4:11-17).
What are the limitations of a Christian Recovery Coach?
About the Author: James Egidio
James Egidio is an accomplished and experienced Recovery and Life Coach for the past 10 years. He has operated and managed a medical practice for the past 21 years and has led patient’s through their recovery from opiate, alcohol and other illicit drug dependence, addiction and recovery since 2009. He studied biology and chemistry at the University of Nevada at Las Vegas and received his certification from the Institute of Life Coach Training (ILCT) as a Life Coach as well as dual certifications as a Progressive Recovery Coach and faith based (Christian) Genesis Recovery Counselor. He is an active member of the International Coaching Federation (ICF) and is an accomplished writer and publisher on topics related to addiction and recovery. He enjoys spending his free time with family, friend as well as staying healthy with diet and exercise. He has a passion for working with clients who are struggling with their addiction and recovery ever since being clean and sober himself for the past 30 years and likes to see his clients move from Recovery to Discovery via online recovery coaching and counseling. He can be reached at www.TrinityRecoveryCoaching.org or via email or phone a James@TrinityRecoveryCoaching.org or call 800-484-6678