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Fox News takes a fresh look at how we are reaching C-level executives and Wall Street traders. Kate Rogers from FoxNews.com interviewed Sober Champion to get the latest on our innovative service...
MSNBC explored the use of Sober Coaching in the case of a celebrity who recently has experienced multiple relapses. To view the MSNBC article - including an in-depth discussion with Doug Caine of Sober Champion - please click here. On this page, you also can click to a Today Show interview regarding some basic elements of Sober Coaching.
In this article, abcnews.com interviews Douglas Caine, the founder of Sober Champion, to learn more about the field. They also interview a former client and true success story, a young man who was in a world of trouble after having a drug-realted heart attack...
The Today Show on NBC invited Doug Caine from Sober Champion to discuss specific services a Sober Coach might need to offer a special needs client (such as a high profile personality or a frequent relapser) who continues to use in spite of worsening consequences. Sober Champion wishes to make it clear that we never have named a client in public and we make no claim to treat the celebrity mentioned in this interview.
Charlotte Cripps of England's Independent takes a penetrating and multi-faceted look at sober coaching in the Unioted Kingdon. Attitudes toward addiction and recovery in the UK are quickly catching up to the USA. Ms. Cripps does an outstanding job of describing the effort to complete rehab, try to be in recovery in Europe, and be seriously misunderstood by everyone around you.
The Daily Beast wanted to find out whether it was true that increasing numbers of alcholics and addicts working on Wall Street were using Sober Companions to stay clean. actually took a drive-along with a sober companion and spent considerable time following him and his client.
We spent some time explaining that this is 24/7 treatment delivered in a completely new way: in the homes and workplaces of those who need it most.
The Today Show on NBC invited Doug Caine from Sober Champion to discuss specific services a Sober Coach might need to offer a special needs client (such as a high profile personality or a frequent relapser) who continues to use in spite of worsening consequences.
A&E TV called on Sober Champion to help cast Season One of their show Relapse (a companion series for Intervention). Sober Champion personnel did the jobs to great critical acclaim. Click here to take a look at episode overviews and to meet the coaches.
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