The Mission of Sober Life Coach

To help others stay sober and improve their quality of life. We accomplish this through developing deep personal relationships with all of our clients supporting and empowering them to create they life they want to live, sober.

To work with those in recovery to help cultivate a sense of purpose and outline a roadmap for early recovery. Our primary purpose when working with clients is to assist in getting back into the stream of life by incorporating life skills that will translate into a healthy outlook on life and a hope for the future. By developing these deep relationships and support with clients, we empower each individual to take the necessary steps needed to to be free from the old limiting beliefs that come with addiction and create a sense of freedom and a life they want to live, SOBER.

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What makes Sober Life Coach so effective is our unique ability to form deep trusting relationships with our clients. Evoking in them the passion, inspiration and rigorous commitment to themselves, so that they can not only stay on the path of sobriety but truly live the life THEY have always wanted.

  • Education
  • Life Skill Development
  • Nutrition & Health Coaching
  • Career Planning
  • Fitness Coaching
  • Treatment Referrals
  • Housing Support
  • Transportation Services
  • Sober Community & Events
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Who We Help

We typically have 3 clients. *Clients must be at least 14 years old.

  1. Has not been to treatment, and has little to no idea of what sobriety is.
  2. Has had treatment in the past yet still has not been able to maintain long term sobriety.
  3. Post treatment yet still struggling with finding direction in life and cultivating a sense of purpose vital to long term sobriety

Family - We also offer support for family members or loved ones of those struggling with addiction. (This is a family issue and needs to be addressed appropriately.

Maintaining Sobriety After Treatment

There are many stages one goes through in the recovery process. From acute care (detox), to sub-acute care (inpatient treatment), or IOP, (intensive out - patient therapy). As people transition into life again there is a lack of support, and direction in life, as well as really defining what living a life sober looks like. During this critical time is where we find most people fall off the path of recovery and return to old habits, patterns of behavior, environment, and inevitably back to what got them into rehab in the first place. Without some accountability to staying on track with a plan and some pretty big life changes one needs to make, the chances of maintaining sobriety are very low.

It's very common for those struggling with addiction to re-enter bad habits and destructive environments in the days immediately following treatment. Click on the colored areas in the graph above to read more about each stage and how Sober Life Coach can help.

From the Blog

Brittany Ewing struggled with methamphetamine addiction for 10 years. During that decade, she tried and failed to become sober, even after spending time in four in-patient and out-patient programs. It was only after applying new life skills, taught in a sober-living program, was she finally able to remain successful in her sobriety.

"You can't change 10 years of bad habits in 30 days," Ewing said.

Ewing’s experience is common. Many people seeking sobriety enter a 30-day drug recovery program, consisting of few days of detox, followed by about three weeks of active additive treatment. These programs average $3,200. Like Ewing, a rehab patient will attend one-on-one and group therapy, take courses to learn about addiction, and train on what do upon leaving. But like Ewing, many of them fail to stay sober. The rehab community points to its high success rate, that 73 percent of addicts complete treatment and 21 percent remain sober after five years. But they are only counting the people who finish the program, not the 70-80 percent who end up dropping out.

The Baldwin Research Institute says the success rate of treatment programs is actually 3 percent.

Read More says sober life coaches have an astonishingly high success rate and are widely sought after as a means of full recovery.

Our Team

Roman Braly

Roman, a California native has worked in recovery for the past 10 years. While working in recovery his passion for helping others has allowed him to cultivate a broad understanding of how best incorporate a plan for early sobriety and then transition into real life. While sober himself, Roman has had experienced the good and bad while navigating the road to recovery. After many attempts he was able to stay sober after treatment because of the mentors and coaches he had working with him to help him realize his goals.

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Bryan Amaro
COO, Director of Business Development

Bryan was born and raised in the central San Joaquin Valley of California. While being a California native and sober since the age of 22 Bryan has taken a unique approach to life and sobriety to ensure his path to recovery. While many of his peers have not maintained sobriety or chosen a life that demands a rigorous focus, Bryan has implemented a way of life that has helped him graduate with honors from San Diego State University earning his Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing.

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