Changing your relationship to alcohol can be complicated, even with The Sinclair Method (TSM). What's great about TSM is that often these changes can be done gradually, in a way that feels gentle, empowering and creates lasting change in a person's relationship to alcohol.
However, for many, alcohol has been intertwined in their lives for so long that making this change can have a ripple effect on many aspects of their lives. Over time, TSM'ers work on so many aspects of themselves–including learning new drinking habits (and breaking the old), discovering new (or rediscovering old) hobbies, identifying self-destructive patterns of behavior, building up healthier coping mechanisms and getting to know themselves in a totally new way.
I believe that the Sinclair Method provides people with the training wheels to become the best version of themselves–to truly transform and create lasting positive change in all areas of their life. I work with people as a guide on a peer-to-peer level providing mentorship as they navigate through the Sinclair Method journey of changing their relationship to alcohol, self and life.
In these sessions, I practice active listening, asking thoughtful questions that allow the individual to tap into their own intuitive guidance for healing and well-being, in addition to providing practical tips for overcoming challenges on TSM.