sobriety coach

sobriety coach

n
a person who is employed to help another to refrain from drinking alcohol
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After a few months of sobriety, he managed to secure an interview with Annie Grace herself for his blog, after which she invited him to become a sobriety coach for her company, also called This Naked Mind.
Here with The 30-Day Sobriety Solution: How to Cut Back or Quit Drinking in the Privacy of Your Own Home (Atria, $28, 592 pages, ISBN 9781476792958) are Jack Canfield, co-creator of the Chicken Soup for the Soul series, and Dave Andrews, an experienced sobriety coach. Using positive psychology and systematic instructions, the authors guide readers through each of the 30 days of their program.
In the premiere, Lohan is surrounded primarily by paid hangers-on, including an assistant and a sobriety coach (who sits front row with her at a fashion show, taking pictures).
She said that her troubles went out of hand when 'The O.C.' finished, as she was arrested for driving under the influence and possessing marijuana, which lead to a court ordered rehab visit and seeing a sobriety coach.
The lawsuit comes six months after Joselyn Wohl was charged with assault for allegedly choking her sobriety coach, Heather McKean, the newspaper reported.
Drink and drugs figure highly with entries including: 'drunkathon', meaning a session in which excessive quantities of alcohol are consumed; 'mixologist', a person who serves drinks, especially cocktails, at a bar; 'sobriety coach', a person who helps someone who has been dependent on alcohol or drugs to maintain an abstinent lifestyle; and 'body-packer', a person who smuggles illicit drugs in balloons, condoms, or similar plastic bags which have either been swallowed or inserted elsewhere in the body.
London, Dec 1 (ANI): Lindsay Lohan has chosen former junkie Courtney Love as her sobriety coach to help in her battle with alcohol and drugs.