After Discharge, now what?

Let’s work together in maintaining your sobriety. This is a whole new way of looking at your life, environment, social, work and personal relationships. Getting acquainted with your self and adapting to the new, is part of what we work on together. Recovery is not a journey to take alone.


There is a sense of dis-empowerment in our life for which one seeks outside of self to remedy. We tend to attempt to cope in ways that we find comforting; social isolation (if we are alone we can’t hurt anyone, and they can’t hurt us), anger (unable to express emotions in our relationship, etc.), substance, gaming, and sexual behaviors which are one of the most natural ways in which we seek to self sooth.

  • Substance
  • Behavioral
  • Sexual

I cater to business professionals with an Online Platform that reduces travel time to and from sessions. Respecting flexibility in hours to meet your individual needs. Evening and weekend hours available. All virtual video sessions are secure through “WeCounsel” platform. Learn more at:

Coaching works well as an outlet for medical providers to have a safe and secure environment to vent frustrations, process feelings and more – knowing that our discussions are completely confidential and off record.




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Transformational coaching removes the pathological or pathogenic aspects that the medical disease model of mental disorders prescribes. No longer is the  client viewed as ill with a diagnosis in need of treatment.  Transformational coaching is a process of implementing critical thinking  into action, by testing hypothesis, and applying analytical thinking. Transformational coaching develops a working relationship in “creating a  future”, rather than “getting over” the past. Trained as a psychotherapist I’ve come to find a  more fulfilling  approach to helping others through the practice of  “Transformational  Life Coaching”. Online, telephone or in person.

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Cheryl Wheeler, MA *only providing Life Coaching Services. Please note coaching sessions are not to be considered psychotherapy in nature, and are not appropriate for Serious Mental Health Illness’.

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