Group participation is a vital component of the recovery coaching process. Through the group process, residents of The Texas House can share their experiences, strength, and hope with each other and find that they share common experiences.
Peer to Peer recovery support allows those in more advanced stages of recovery to offer personal assistance, inspiration, and support to others on their own recovery journey. By allowing those who have first-hand experiential knowledge of the recovery process to work with those who are also on the same journey, participants in group recovery coaching all start from a place of trust and understanding. They teach the general recovery process through the application of the (12) twelve-steps.
The Importance of Peer to Peer Coaching
Because the peer to peer coaching process allows those who have already initiated their own recovery journey to assist those who are in the earlier stages of the recovery process, participants have the benefit of working with someone who intimately understands their challenges and has experience overcoming them.
By having the opportunity to work with others who have recently been in the same position, group participants are offered hope and an assurance that true recovery is possible.
The Benefits of Group Participation
Group participation in the recovery coaching process helps those in recovery develop essential communication skills and build a social support structure. Being able to relate to others who have overcome similar challenges offers inspiration and helps build a solid foundation for healing and recovery.
Group participation offers the residents at The Texas House another opportunity to work on emotional and spiritual wellness. By learning to communicate openly with others about their individual recovery process and building a social network, residents are motivated to share their challenges and look for additional opportunities for growth as part of a recovery team. Each participant is strengthened by the process of working with others.