Sobriety First

An online coaching program to help women get sober or stay sober.

Next course starts: January 2022

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Sobriety First

An online coaching program to help women get sober or stay sober

Next course starts:

January 2022

Registration opens soon.

Join our list to be notified.

Also, if you want to connect with Jill now, please feel free to schedule a call.

How Does It Work?

How Does It Work?

Sobriety First is a 6-week online course for women who want to get sober, stay sober, or, at the very least, take a break from alcohol to regain clarity.

This program will help you navigate the early stages of recovery to make key changes in your life and radical shifts in mindset, and it will address the most important health needs to set you up for success.

As a participant, you’ll have just the right amount of 1-on-1 time, group time, and daily lessons. In our private and safe virtual classroom, you’ll meet an inspiring community of women, all working towards the same goal.

I’ll teach you many effective strategies to put you in a position to successfully live an alcohol-free life while navigating the common pitfalls of early sobriety. Above all, we drop the shame and guilt, and instead focus on our many (often untapped) strengths and choices.

Meet Your Teacher.

Meet Your Teacher.

I’m Jill Rathburn, a holistic health nurse, health and recovery coach, bioenergetic practitioner, AND teacher and mentor for both my programs, Sobriety First and Healing Next.

Personally, I found that recovering from an addiction gave me a whole new life! However, the process was daunting with various challenges emerging as my recovery progressed.

For me (and for others I observed), how well these challenges are addressed directly affects the recovery progression. Specifically, I found that issues directly related to health (mental, physical, and spiritual) were pivotal in how secure and content I felt in all stages of my recovery.

During my first 90 days of sobriety, I was caught off-guard by persistent health challenges such as brain fog, memory loss, fatigue, anxiety, resentments, insomnia, sugar addiction, and depression. Once past early recovery, I still had lingering brain fog and fatigue, which I eventually overcame, and then was able to focus on healing my repressed trauma. I found as we progress in our recovery, new opportunities to heal emerge.

To that end, I have studied the patterns of recovery over the past several years, and created the 5 Stages of HealingTM model, which serves as the foundation for my 2 courses, Sobriety First and Healing Next.

The first 2 stages, STOP and ACCEPT, address the initial realities of alcohol use disorder, with finally surrendering to the disease. My course, Sobriety First, is designed to address these critical first stages of healing.

The third stage of healing, LEARN, is a time to research and gather new life and health practices to move our bodies, minds, and spirits to a much healthier state. And in the 4th stage, COMMIT, we put it all together in a daily routine. Healing Next is a holistic health course designed to focus on these essential stages, which ultimately move us closer to transformative growth.

Now several years into my recovery journey, with a majority of my time spent in stages 3 and 4, I still am growing, as there is always something to deepen in these areas.. This is because I continue to learn new strategies to heal all aspects of my health and life, whether related to alcohol or not. The healing progress doesn’t end, but only deepens, bringing us closer to peace, freedom, and happiness.

Sobriety First and Healing Next are designed for the specific needs of women in recovery, regardless of what stage.

I’m Jill Rathburn, a holistic health nurse, health and recovery coach, bioenergetic practitioner, AND teacher and mentor for both my programs, Sobriety First and Healing Next.

Personally, I found that recovering from an addiction gave me a whole new life! However, the process was daunting with various challenges emerging as my recovery progressed.

For me (and for others I observed), how well these challenges are addressed directly affects the recovery progression. Specifically, I found that issues directly related to health (mental, physical, and spiritual) were pivotal in how secure and content I felt in all stages of my recovery.

During my first 90 days of sobriety, I was caught off-guard by persistent health challenges such as brain fog, memory loss, fatigue, anxiety, resentments, insomnia, sugar addiction, and depression. Once past early recovery, I still had lingering brain fog and fatigue, which I eventually overcame, and then was able to focus on healing my repressed trauma. I found as we progress in our recovery, new opportunities to heal emerge.

To that end, I have studied the patterns of recovery over the past several years, and created the 5 Stages of HealingTM model, which serves as the foundation for my 2 courses, Sobriety First and Healing Next.

The first 2 stages, STOP and ACCEPT, address the initial realities of alcohol use disorder, with finally surrendering to the disease. My course, Sobriety First, is designed to address these critical first stages of healing.

The third stage of healing, LEARN, is a time to research and gather new life and health practices to move our bodies, minds, and spirits to a much healthier state. And in the 4th stage, COMMIT, we put it all together in a daily routine. Healing Next is a holistic health course designed to focus on these essential stages, which ultimately move us closer to transformative growth.

Now several years into my recovery journey, with a majority of my time spent in stages 3 and 4, I still am growing, as there is always something to deepen in these areas.. This is because I continue to learn new strategies to heal all aspects of my health and life, whether related to alcohol or not. The healing progress doesn’t end, but only deepens, bringing us closer to peace, freedom, and happiness.

Sobriety First and Healing Next are designed for the specific needs of women in recovery, regardless of what stage.

Heal 2 Transform Course Pillars

Heal 2 Transform Course Pillars

Putting Your Recovery First

No matter what, your recovery must come above all else. We discuss how to establish guidelines and clear boundaries to accomplish this to keep you feeling safe during the transition. We focus on several key strategies essential for early sobriety.

Removing Obstacles

In addition to what we need to bring into our new alcohol-free life, we need to focus on what might threaten our sobriety. We address common emotional pitfalls, physical body needs, social challenges, and spiritual blockages. All barriers, once identified, can be converted into opportunities to strengthen our recovery.

Creating Your Gameplan

We will plan our recovery like a GPS system, with virtually all aspects of our day carefully scheduled. What matters most in recovery is what we do, and even on Day #1, it’s about what we’re doing to set us up for success.

Healing Body, Mind, and Spirit

Our bodies are always healing, even on Day #1. So, knowing this, we focus on the most important health concerns in early recovery, such as sugar craving, poor habits in general, sleep challenges, and low self-esteem.

Next course starts: January 2022

Registration Opens Soon!

Join our list to be notified:

Also, if you want to connect with Jill now, please feel free to schedule a call.

Next course starts:

January 2022

Registration opens soon.

Join our list to be notified.

Also, if you want to connect with Jill now, please feel free to schedule a call.

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Client Testimonials

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