IE Counseling

34 Dumont Rd/PO Box 953 Far Hills, NJ 07931



What is an intervetion?

Recovery-How we help

Life Coaching

"The journey of a thousand miles starts with a single step"      

                                                                                  Lao Tzu


Far Hills~Scotch Plains~Cranford


If you're serious about making some changes in your life, coaching offers you a customized approach that keeps you focused on what's most important to you. Through coaching, we provide the direction, support, feedback and structure you need to thrive in your personal and professional life.

Our Life Coaches support clients in gaining insights, developing skills and taking practical steps towards achieving greater levels of purpose, fulfillment and ultimate success. If you're making changes in your personal life, work or relationship, but feel stuck or uncertain, we can help! Hundreds of clients have benefited from our expertise, experience, and heart-centered, out-of-the-box caring approach.

Our recovery coaches work to facilitate the necessary level of care to ensure that the client remains engaged in treatment and recovery.
They give assistance accessing various community resources (education, housing, transportation, recovery supports, etc).

  • Provide guidance on the recovery process and recovery education.
  • Helps to develop a Personal Recovery Plan.
  • Will provide Telephone Recovery Support.
  • Introduce and engage the client in the recovery community.
  • Provide support before, during and after all levels of treatment.
  • Will do advocacy work.
  • Work with the family to re-establish healthy interactional patterns and new traditions.
  • Work with the client on professional goals and development throughout the recovery process.

An intervention is a well-planned, structured, highly personalized process where family, friends, or co-workers come together to break through the denial of someone who is struggling with an addiction to drugs or alcohol, an eating disorder or any compulsive behavioral problems. This is accomplished in an environment that maintains safety and  the self-respect of the suffering individual, while avoiding old patterns of resentment, shame, or blame.