Executive Sober Life Coaching and Addiction Recovery

Private sober life coaching & behavior change service for addiction and alcoholism


October 1, 2010 — Over recent years there has been dramatic advancement in the science of understanding how alcoholism and addiction integrates within the human mind. Such advancements have generated new options & approaches with regard to drug rehabs, addiction treatment and therapy – even more so in larger markets such as California, Texas, Florida, New York, etc.

The integration of sober coaching and life coaching services, in addition to the primary medical care, have come to play a key role when working one-on-one with addicts & alcoholics, however, many have remained consistent with classical approaches which are often marginally effective. A company by the name of Grey Matters International has been gaining the attention of many prominent individuals and companies worldwide in lieu of its dramatically improved success rates. Owned and operated by Kevin Fleming, Ph.D., Grey Matters International, Inc., a consulting firm, has been mainly procured for its executive sober coaching/life coaching/behavioral change services by actors & actresses, professional athletes, government leaders and corporate executives.

Dr. Fleming refers to it as “brain-based customized performance plans ” that although crucial in promoting new ways to change behavior, never should solely replace traditional medical care. His views on addiction treatment and sober coaching & guidance offer a substantially deeper and more integrated approach than what has been seen to date. In an article titled, “How Does the Brain function ,” Dr. Fleming states, “The brain is able to overcome many challenges, yet many times is functioning on purely a survival level if allowed to work in default mode. How does the brain function is a valid question, and if you or someone you know is having difficulty in life, whether it’s in work, at home, an addiction or any other ailment, the brain may be able to be modified through a team approach of incorporating the best of medical stabilization with cutting edge technologies around behavior change practice.”

His approach is contingent upon the specific elements at play within each individual client and digs deep into the human psyche through his consulting experiences and training in applied neuroscience and brain re-training techniques with performance enhancement populations. Says Dr. Fleming, “When we’re talking about addiction coaching, we’re talking about learning different strategies that are above and beyond therapeutic ones to help deal with emptiness or destructive habits.”

Dr. Fleming has been featured on CNN, Fox, The New York Times and boasts a register of accolades and references from names such as Deepak Chopra, W. Parker Lee, CEO, The Stratford Group, Srini Pillay, M.D. CEO, Neuro Business Group & Assistant Professor, Harvard Medical School and others. He has also worked with some of the world’s highly noted addiction treatment centers such as; Passages Malibu, Promises, Eric Clapton’s Crossroads Antigua and Sierra Tucson. Interestingly however, while meeting or speaking with Dr. Fleming one could be fooled by his seemingly humble and down-to-earth demeanor.

Grey Matters International may be reached 24/7 at (877) 606-6161 and visit their website at http://www.kevinflemingphd.com for more information, services, bio, testimonials, etc. While the bulk of their clientele are in California, Texas, Florida & New York, Grey Matters and Dr. Fleming provide all services worldwide. He can also be reached personally via email at kevin@kevinflemingphd.com.

More information can be found online at http://www.sobernexus.com


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