JIM SAVAGE, LCDC
RECOVERY COACHING AND FAMILY SUPPORT
Helping individuals and families achieve meaningful and fulfilling recovery for over thirty years.
Your Guide On The Road To Successful Recovery!
Innovative coaching programs for individuals and families
INDIVIDUAL RECOVERY SUPPORT:
• Do you feel stuck, or that there's something missing in your recovery?
• Are you looking for something that can get you fired up about being sober?
• Do you struggle with the "God part" of 12-Step recovery?
• Are you tired of the same old "program" talk?
• Are you feeling lost and overwhelmed at the prospect of addressing a substance use issue with a loved one?
• Are you afraid that rehab isn't going to work for your loved one?
• Do you struggle with what "family recovery" means? ("Why do I have to go to Al-Anon?")
• Would you like to be able to move from the pain and chaos of being impacted by addiction to PEACE OF MIND?
MEET YOUR GUIDE
Hey there! Thanks so much for stopping by and checking out my page. My name is Jim Savage. I'm a licensed drug and alcohol counselor and have been working in the addiction treatment field for over thirty years. My approach is simple: I believe that a carrot is more effective than a stick. In other words, my entire career has been dedicated to helping addiction treatment clients find a spark that gets them excited about recovery, as opposed making them feel bad enough that they are forced to follow a recovery plan. And I've come up with some pretty creative ways to light that spark.
I am a recovering addict as well, and have been sober since 1988. I am very open about my recovery, and am committed to practicing what I preach when it comes to coaching others in recovery.
In addition to my clinical background, I am also a professional musician and producer. (I was actually a founding member of a popular Beatles cover band from Dallas, Texas—I was sort of the John Lennon in the group.) As a recovering musician, I've always been dedicated to using music and the creative arts to carry a positive message about recovery. From rock musicals to musical meditation programs, I have a lot of creative material I use as teaching tools for addiction treatment.
After running my own adolescent treatment program for ten years, I realized how much help families need in learning how to address a substance use issue with a loved one and navigating the road to successful recovery. I wrote a book titled Rehab Works! A Parent's Guide To Drug Treatment, and went on to develop an entire educational program for families of treatment clients.
Today I wear several different hats: recovery coach, treatment consultant, writer, producer, recovering musician. It's a gift to be able to channel all the things I love doing into one central purpose: Helping others transform the pain and chaos of addiction into one of the best things that could ever happen for them. I'd love to be able to help you have that experience.
Start your journey!
DOWNLOAD YOUR FREE EBOOK NOW
SOBRIETY'S NOT SUPPOSED TO SUCK!
A Guide To Finding Excitement, Renewal, And Spiritual Fulfillment In Recovery
"What am I supposed to do now?
"How am I supposed to feel good now? I had to give up everything that makes me feel good!"
Let's face it. The reason people use substances is to change how they feel. When one becomes addicted and is forced to give up what has become a major source of "feeling good," it's not uncommon to feel empty, angry, or just plain bored. It's easy to see why the idea of getting sober is not an attractive prospect for many people. And that might be putting it lightly.
This free eBook unpacks the whole idea of "feeling good" and identifies how to achieve what it is that we are really looking for through our substance use—without the substances.
THE RECOVERY WHEEL
Your roadmap to personal transformation!
"This gave me a much better understanding of the 12 Steps" — Lynn, parent of a 17-year-old treatment client
"For me, this course takes the fear out of dealing with change." David G, parent of adult child in long-term recovery
"Just having this understanding of the Medicine Wheel makes me feel more spiritually connected." David M, 42, in long-term recovery
"Fascinating explanation of what goes into successful transition from childhood to adulthood."
Blending the teachings of the Native American Medicine Wheel with the principles of 12-Step recovery, The Recovery Wheel becomes a fascinating guide for recovery and psycho-spiritual development, and will help you see where you are in your own process.
Would you like to work with me?
One-On-One Coaching Program
If you are wanting to dive in and really make some progress, one-on-one coaching may be for you. I offer a unique suite of services that can be specially designed to meet your needs—regardless of where you are in your journey of exploring what recovery means for you:
- Just beginning your recovery journey
- Already begun your recovery, but looking to enrich your experience
- Addressing substance use with a loved one: assessment, placement, treatment support
- Loved one in recovery, and you're wanting to understand what recovery means for you