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Recovery Coaching Workshop - Addressing the Global Addiction Problem

Upcoming Workshop

I will be in Israel from 28 September – 14 October this year and I will be holding a WORKSHOP,
where I will be explaining how and why the work I am doing can help anybody battling with addictive
behaviours (substance misuse, as well as other forms of addiction). I will be explaining what
addiction really is, how it impacts relationships, families and workplaces, and why the way into
addiction – and out of addiction – is never a one-size-fits-all roadmap.
I will be demonstrating how my style of coaching reaches individuals and empowers them to enter
(and remain in) recovery, on their own terms, in the way that works best for them. I will be
demonstrating how this pathway to recovery is unique, and why it is not a “quick-fix” solution, but a
much deeper, lasting and more meaningful shift from a culture of addiction to a culture of wellness. I
will also be explaining why and how this form of coaching is equally suitable for businesspeople
whose companies or organisations are in crisis.
I hope to also engage in discussion with those who attend so that we can share different
perspectives, ask questions and share knowledge.
I will be holding the workshop on a date and in a place most suitable for those who will be attending
it – probably in Tel-Aviv. It will be a one-day or half-day workshop, and entry is free of charge. These
details will be announced once I know how many people are interested in attending and where and
when would be most convenient for them.
I will have a Hebrew translator with me who will be able to explain to you any language that you
may find difficulty in understanding.
Please message me at david@davidcollinscoaching.com , telling me

  • 1) where you are based,

  • 2) your age,

  • 3) whether you are able to attend a workshop on a working day (or if you would prefer a Saturday),

  • 4) whether you are battling in addiction, or

  • 5) whether you are living with someone who is in addiction, or

  • 6) whether you are a professional working in the recovery industry.

I will have a Hebrew translator with me who will be able to explain to you any language that you
may find difficulty in understanding.

Find out more here.

Get in touch so we can start working together.

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