Zenful Sober Solutions is an
incredibly powerful service of support

to a demographic living in a shadowy

world that is grossly under-served.

addiction is personal and so is recovery
discretion is paramount


A recovery coach is an essential team member to a successful intervention, because they have walked in the shoes of an addict and are also certified in family recovery. They know what it is like to live under the weight of an addiction and how to help not only the addict, but the family maneuver the situation. They understand what it takes to convince someone trapped in addictive thinking to trust a recovery team and take the recovery process seriously.

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For many high-profile and/or licensed individuals with an addiction, residential treatment and a 12-step program may not be an option.  There is no one solution that works for everyone.  It’s about constructing a multi-pronged strategy based on the individual and their specific circumstances and making sure there is execution against that strategy.  Zenful Sober Solutions is an incredibly powerful service of sober support to a demographic living in a shadowy world that is grossly under-served.

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We believe recovery is a highly individualized process, so we are flexible in designing sober-companion strategies to ensure relevance to the client we are serving.  We have over a century of sober experience amongst us and understand all too well that what may work for one person may not work for another.  Whether you have been to treatment already or you are interested in leaving your opioids behind in the privacy of your home, we have so much more to offer than babysitting.  At Zenful, we believe in action-based sober companionship, so our programs resemble in-home training intensives that may include field trips to the gym, the office, the movie set, or travel worldwide, depending on your circumstances.   We use our time together to design your personalized four-pronged strategy to sobriety, which includes:


  • Health—Tackling the nutritional and biochemical underpinnings of the disease are crucial to overcoming or managing one’s disease(s) or symptoms—for example, abstaining from the use of drugs and alcohol while making informed, healthy choices that support physical and emotional well-being

  • Home—having a stable and safe place to live as it either helps or hurts your journey

  • Purpose—conducting meaningful daily activities, such as a job, school volunteerism, family caretaking, or creative endeavors, and the independence, income, and resources to participate in society

  • Community—having relationships and social networks that provide support, friendship, love, and hope


Living the life of an addict often feels optionless.  It does not have to be that way.  Hope, the belief that these challenges and conditions can be overcome, is the foundation of recovery. A person’s recovery is built on his or her strengths, talents, coping abilities, resources, and inherent values. I There is no shaming whatsoever involved in the process.  It is holistic, addresses the whole person, and is supported by peers, friends, and family members. 



The road to recovery is highly personal and occurs via many pathways. For some, it may include clinical treatment, medications, faith-based approaches, peer support, family support, self-care, and other approaches. Recovery is characterized by continual growth and improvement in one’s health and wellness that may involve setbacks. Because setbacks are a natural part of life, resilience becomes a key component of recovery.

Resilience refers to an individual’s ability to cope with adversity and adapt to challenges or change. It’s important to understand that most everything in life can be used as a weapon or a tool, and setbacks are no exception.  Resilience develops over time and gives an individual the capacity not only to cope with life’s challenges but also to be better prepared for the next stressful situation. Optimism and the ability to remain hopeful are essential to resilience and the process of recovery.


This is where a Certified Professional Recovery Coach comes in to meet a client where they are at the moment and offer a form of positive strength-based support that can include intensive work in the following areas:  

  • Abstinence

  • Relapse Prevention

  • Triggers

  • Coping Skills

  • Behavior Change

  • Accountability

  • Purpose and Passion

  • Career Conflict and Resolution 

  • Family Relationships

  • Financial and more

The emphasis is always on the positive, helping a client learn how to lead a happy, healthy, productive, sober lifestyle.  



The journey of sobriety for an addict is often supported through relationships and social networks. Many times, this involves family members who become intertwined in their loved one’s recovery. The disease of addiction brings with it the multi-faceted issues that have the potential to ravage the family unit.  Families of people in recovery may experience adversities in their social, occupational, and financial lives, as well as in their overall quality of family life. These experiences can lead to increased family stress, guilt, shame, anger, fear, anxiety, loss, grief, and isolation. This is where a Certified Professional Family Recovery Coach can add value.  The concept of resilience in recovery is also vital for family members who need access to intentional supports that promote their health and well-being.

A Certified Professional Family Recovery Coach can be an anchor in the midst of the storm, helping to stabilize the family unit while working in the following areas:


  • Treatment interventions for the addict

  • Codependency

  • Enabling

  • Boundary Setting

  • Self-Care

  • Education:  Addiction as a Disease

  • Accountability

  • Triggers

  • Coping Skills and more


The disease of addiction is extremely complex.  It’s important that the entire family unit, not just the addict, seek resources and support so that healing can occur for everyone.



Nutrition is almost always a forgotten, but incredibly important, tool on the path to recovery.  From fatigue, anger, depression, anxiety, to sleep issues, chemical changes directly stemming from the disease can affect you both physically and emotionally.


All food is not created equal and all while calorie values may seem the same, some are worth more because they do more for the body.  Sugar is as toxic and addictive as most all drugs as it impacts brain receptors in the same way.  It’s important to understand which foods, spices, amino acids, etc. are beneficial to include in one’s diet,  and also which foods to exclude.  In order to stabilize the body so you can feel your best and think clearly, good nutrition is key to positively affecting every aspect of the body and mind.



If you are an addict, you can bet your brain is not functioning at its best.  There is no way to maximize your potential and achieve all that you would like in your life if your brain is hijacked.  NeurOptimal® Neurofeedback can help.  No matter where you are starting from, every brain has its potential best; a level of optimal flow and function.  It doesn’t matter what you are struggling with, every brain, when provided with the right feedback about itself, can be trained to find its best.

If you are looking for an edge on your path to sobriety, we have used NeurOptimal® Neurofeedback as a tool to help our clients train their brain so they are better prepared to reach that goal.


HALO is a unique energetic device that harnesses the power of both plants and light to provide holistic, all-natural comfort to the body. A portable, easy-to-use home therapy process, HALO shines the perfect frequency of ultraviolet light through vials filled with the essence of herbs, plants and amino acids, delivering these energetic properties and frequencies directly into the body. What makes HALO so special is not just its blends of botanicals from all over the world, or its use of light for therapy. It is the combination of these two natural forces, at the perfect frequency and formulation.


HALO uses high output violet LEDs or Light Emitting Diodes, which are radiated through vials of unique, healing botanical formulas for optimum benefit. The HALO infuses this exact frequency of violet light through a specific combination of hundreds of living plants, herbs, and amino acids — the most healing things on planet earth.

In conjunction with the violet LED, each HALO unit utilizes liquid-filled vials that combine various proprietary botanical combinations that serve as the key to supporting the body’s healing responses. These natural materials are made up of numerous wild-harvested, renewable resources including exotic botanical extracts, traditional Chinese extracts and herbs, medicinal mushrooms, amino acid complexes, and other botanicals – sourced from deep in the rain forest.

The magic of HALO is not in the violet light delivery system; the magic of HALO is in the chemistry of the living things.  It’s non-invasive and easy to use and is another tool we use to support the body and work toward improved health and well-being.



For almost everyone in early recovery, relapse is like a shadow following you around.  It can pose a threat if you are in early recovery or have been sober for an extended period of time.  Relapse prevention is a crucial part of the process because abstinence leaves a void that drugs or alcohol once filled.  After detox, relapse prevention coaching is targeted at helping clients identify stressors and triggers and develop coping mechanisms to handle them.  While it is a nice thought to remove all stressors from our lives, it is not practical, so it is important to learn how to handle them in a healthy manner.  Whether you have experienced chronic relapses, are newly sober, or are just beginning the journey, we can help.


Like everything else we do at Zenful, life coaching isn't a one-size-fits-all approach. Take, for example, two different personal trainers helping their clients get in shape.  While both may have the same end goal, they may have completely different methodologies to accomplish them. One trainer may insist that his client follows a comprehensive workout routine, while the other encourages his client to consider lifestyle adjustments because he cannot  get to the gym 5x a week. The second trainer ultimately gave the client more autonomy by putting the decision in the client's hands – who decided to add diet modification to the strategy.   Both trainers had the same goal; each had very different approaches to solving the problem based on the individual client and their circumstances.  What can you expect if you work with a Zenful Certified Life Coach?  For starters, to:

  • Gain clarity and focus about your life

  • Define goals and develop a plan for making them a reality

  • Tap into your potential

  • Expand your creativity

  • Discover unique solutions to life’s challenges through Masterminding

  • Shift your lens to see opportunities, instead of problems

  • Lead a happier, productive, more successful life

People often limit their own potential because we have been taught to be “realistic.”  Your Life Coach will help push you past your own expectations, recognizing and resolving your own inner roadblocks, so that you do not fall back into old patterns of behavior and instead can move forward to become all you are destined to be



People who struggle with addiction are often in denial about their situation and unwilling to seek treatment. They may not recognize the negative effects their behavior has on themselves and others. An intervention is a carefully planned process that may include family and friends, in consultation with an intervention professional.  It presents your loved one with a structured opportunity to make changes before things get even worse, and it can motivate him or her to seek or accept help.


During the intervention, you lovingly but firmly confront your loved one about the consequences of addiction and ask him or her to accept treatment. The intervention:

  • Provides specific examples of destructive behaviors and their impact on your loved one with the addiction and family and friends

  • Offers a prearranged treatment plan with clear steps, goals and guidelines

  • Spells out what each person will do if your loved one refuses to accept treatment


Your loved one's addiction involves intense emotions. The process of organizing the intervention and the intervention itself can cause conflict, anger and resentment even among family and friends who know your loved one needs their help. A successful intervention must be planned carefully to work as intended. A poorly planned intervention can worsen the situation — your loved one may feel attacked and become isolated or more resistant to treatment.  In order for an intervention to be effective and the appropriate post-intervention resources identified, it should be organized and executed by a certified intervention professional.  At Zenful, our Certified Interventionist has a Master’s Degree in Counseling and has conducted more than 200 interventions.  Let us help you help your loved one!



If you want your life to go right, your brain will need to work right.  Did you know that the success rate of traditional addiction treatment is about 3-5% no matter how long you are in treatment?  This is about the same success rate as people who quit on their own with no support or resources. Would you like more sobriety and less suffering?  Traditional treatment is currently producing dismal results because it is missing a key component: Biochemical Brain Restoration.


Don’t set yourself up for failure by attempting to “white knuckle” through a craving.  If you continue to struggle with addiction despite your best efforts to implement coping strategies and other therapeutic techniques, Zenful Sober Services can help! Learn how to succeed in sobriety by understanding brain-behavior systems and including functions, problems, and solutions in your recovery strategy. You cannot talk your way into a healthy brain when it has been hijacked by drugs, but traditional treatment programs expect just that! Reclaim your hijacked brain and get on the path of lasting recovery.


Addictions create substantial changes to your neurotransmitters that not only affect you both physically and emotionally but also increase the potential for relapse. One plan will never work for all addicts.  Hitting the reset button on your brain requires a personalized strategy to address the imbalances of dopamine, serotonin, acetylcholine, GABA, and norepinephrine.  We will work with you to address neurotransmitter imbalance with brain-directed supplements, amino acids, the nutrition/gut-brain connection, physical exercise, the science of self-control, and essential oils.

Brain health through neurotransmitter balance is the missing component to long-lasting recovery. A tremendous amount of research supports neurotransmitter repair in the addiction recovery process. Get on the path to sustained recovery and have an improved mood at the same time.

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"I have been a heroin addict for 40 years.  I recently completed the 7-day Home Rescue Recovery program.  I was coached daily through my discontinuation of heroin while learning different ways to support my hijacked brain.  Hard to believe, but it was the best I've every felt and it all took place in the comfort of my home.  Today I am more than 5 months sober, working and continue with the nutritional strategies I learned and feel great.  If I can do it, anyone who is motivated can.  I am so thankful for this program." 


Nick – Age 65



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