Welcome to DISCflex Recovery We provide validated DISC assessment tools, for addiction recovery, that quickly identify behavioral patterns. Our reports and educational materials provide data analysis and insight into individual behavior, group dynamics, and relationships that address Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes (KSAs). Here’s what we know… Many behaviors for addiction are clearly ‘modifiable’ even if there is an underlying physiological addiction. Great news! This means that they can be changed – as in treated or controlled directly by the individual. Contact us to learn more about how! Recovery Tools DISC Assessment and Report Personalized Recovery Workbook Personal Development eLearning Coaching Manual Become a Coach DISCflex Facilitation Certification Behavioral Sobriety Coaching Certification Need a Recovery Coach? One on One and Group Coaching In-person and virtual Coaching Assessments, Workbooks, and Activities Materials Speaking Engagements Awareness is the Starting Point of Recovery Behavior Modification Process (Click Row To Read More) Awareness Recoverees will take their DISCflex Assessment, be given their "DISCflex Recovery: A Report About Me", and begin to learn about their natural behaviors. Counselors and Group Leaders are able to quickly gain valuable insight into the Recoveree's Strengths, Challenges, Motivators, and Stressors in a very short period of time utilizing the Overview page. Analysis As Recoverees go through their "DISCflex Recovery: A Book About Me" workbook, they will be asked to analyze their past and present behaviors critically. Counselors and Group Leaders are able to further analyze group dynamics by running Team Reports with either: Recoveree and their families (Supporters) Group of Recoverees. Learning and Goal Setting As Recoverees progress through their "DISCflex Recovery: A Book About Me" workbook, they will be asked to not only analyze their past actions but set goals and plans for their future actions. Recoverees will also learn about the 10 Steps to Setting and Enforcing Boundaries and build valuable Life Skills through reading and activities. Counselors and Group Leaders work with the Recoveree to elaborate on what the Recoveree has already put to paper. This allows Counselors and Group Leaders more time to focus on the "how" than the "what" throughout the recovery process. Goal Monitoring and Achievement The "DISCflex Recovery: A Book About Me" workbook helps Recoverees to build a concrete plan for their future then takes it a step further by having them write it down. Their workbook sets an expectation for life in the real world and becomes a reminder to stay the course. Recoverees can go back to their workbook at any time to remind themselves why they set these goals, boundaries, and processes in place. Counselors and Group Leaders are able to sign off the completion of sections with Recoverees and use the workbook to hold them accountable to the promises and goals they made. Without goals and accountability, the entire Recovery Process would fall apart. Download DISCflex Recovery Overview Recent Posts from the DISCflex Recovery Blog We are dedicated to bringing you the best and most useful information in the coaching and assessment industries. Have a great blog idea? Send the DISCflex Recovery Team an email and ask us your question or tell us your idea, it might just become our next blog! What is a Behavioral Sobriety™ Coach? By Hellen Davis | June 23, 2018 | 0 Comments Addictions often become so ingrained that a person’s brain automatically turns into negative self-defeating behaviors and habits. As a Behavioral Sobriety™ Coach, you’ll help your clients understand their underlying natural behavior and how these can help lift them or potentially hurt their recovery efforts. Looking at the definition of Behavioral Sobriety™, most people simply don’t… Emotional and Behavioral Sobriety™ By Hellen Davis | April 4, 2018 | 1 Comment What is Addiction? Addiction is inherently a chronic disease with a high risk of relapse. When you are in an addictive state, your brain functioning changes; much like it’s been hijacked. This affects emotional responsiveness, communication, and behavioral choices. During addiction, a behavior is altered considerably off ‘norms’, however, natural behavior patterns typically remain. We capture… Behavior Modification Process – Recovery Coaching By Hellen Davis | March 18, 2018 | 0 Comments Behavior Modification Process – Recovery Coaching The recovery community does not have the manpower, time, or resources to effectively address the growing number of people entering programs. We provide tools and data to make this process more effective. We automate the tools that provide insight to counselors and coaches. Step 1 Awareness- Have the recoveree… Love, Hurt, Anger Cycle By Hellen Davis | February 9, 2018 | 1 Comment Love, Hurt, Anger Cycle The truth is that the Love, Hurt, Anger Cycle will surface if you have caring relationships. This cycle is a powerful way of thinking about hurt: Beneath anger is hurt, beneath hurt is love. Think about it: If you didn’t care, how could someone hurt you? This is a universal truth: The… Contact Us Today Name Please enter your name. Email Please enter a valid email. Phone Please enter a valid phone number. 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