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Virtual Rehab

 Welcome to our Virtual Rehab information page, whether your an individual, an independent professional coach, counsellor,  therapist or even a rehab or outpatient service, we have something for you. 

For Treatment Services andIndividual coaches 

WISC In House
Become a WISC registered centre delivering the Integrated Step Course as a hybrid model, online, face to face and classroom

Includes your centre training, licence and registration (extra coaches £200 per coach)

Receive the physical manuals and access to all printables

Access to Thinking Errors / Cognitive Distortions

Access Shortcomings and Character Defects

Access our many printable worksheets

Exclusive access to our psychosocial sessions

Mobile App (clients can listen to courses anywhere)

Sign up clients to the Integrated Step Course modules at a reduced cost.

Annual Licence fee

Coupons and Discounts
WISC Coach
Become a WISC registered coach delivering the Integrated Step Course online and face to face

Includes your training, licence and registration (extra coaches £100 per coach)

Join our list of recommended coaches

Access to Thinking Errors / Cognitive Distortions 

Access Shortcomings and Character Defects

Access our many printable worksheets

Exclusive access to our psychosocial sessions

Mobile App (clients can listen to courses anywhere)

Sign up clients to the Integrated Step Course modules at a reduced cost.

Annual Licence fee

Coupons and Discounts

Our Six Principles of Coaching

  1. The Client is Resourceful: In the context of 12 Step Recovery, this principle highlights the inherent strength and potential within each individual embarking on the journey of recovery. Like the foundational belief in the 12 Steps that individuals possess the capacity to overcome their addictions through a higher power and community support, coaching starts with the recognition that the client has untapped resources and strengths. The role of a coach, akin to the support provided in mutual aid groups, is to help the client uncover and harness these inner resources to navigate the challenges of recovery, fostering a sense of empowerment and self-reliance.

  2. The Coach’s Role is to Help the Client to Develop this Resourcefulness: The coach's primary function mirrors the guiding principles of the 12 Steps by facilitating a process where clients can develop and utilise their internal strengths and capabilities. This involves creating a supportive environment that encourages exploration, reflection, and growth, much like the supportive and nonjudgmental atmosphere found in 12 Step meetings. The coach acts as a catalyst, helping the client to discover and refine their skills and resilience, enabling them to tackle the obstacles inherent in recovery and personal growth.

  3. Coaching Addresses the Whole Person: This principle aligns with the holistic approach of the 12 Steps, which considers recovery as a comprehensive transformation that encompasses physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being. Coaching, in this light, goes beyond addressing specific issues or behaviours; it engages with the client's entire being, including their values, beliefs, and life experiences. By acknowledging the complexity and interconnectedness of the client's life, coaching facilitates a deeper and more meaningful change, reflective of the transformative journey encouraged by the 12 Steps.

  4. The Client Sets the Agenda: Just as individuals in 12 Step programs take personal responsibility for their recovery journey, defining their paths through the Steps, coaching empowers the client to set their own goals and priorities. This client-centred approach ensures that the coaching process is relevant, personalised, and aligned with the client's values and aspirations. It respects the client's autonomy and acknowledges their expertise in their own life, creating a collaborative and customised path toward change and growth.

  5. The Coach and the Client are Equals: Echoing the principle of fellowship in 12 Step programs, where members support each other as peers, the coaching relationship is built on equality and mutual respect. This partnership is devoid of hierarchy, recognising that both coach and client bring valuable insights and experiences to the table. This egalitarian approach fosters open communication, trust, and respect, crucial elements for effective coaching and reminiscent of the mutual support found in recovery communities.

  6. Coaching is About Change and Action: At its core, coaching is dynamic, focusing on facilitating change and taking action toward achieving the client's goals. This mirrors the action-oriented nature of the 12 Steps, which require individuals to actively engage with each step, from admitting powerlessness over addiction to making amends and seeking spiritual growth. Coaching supports the client in translating insights and goals into concrete actions, promoting lasting change and forward momentum in their personal development and recovery journey.

Supporting Clients through our courses.

We have found that learning about learning has had an incredible boosting effect on our clients.

Support your clients through these three sessions.

How we learn
Bloom's Taxonomy
Conscious Competence 

Support your clients through these eight sessions.

Introduction to Step 1
Questions 1A
Views and Ideas
Questions 1B
Step 1 Big book Study
Questions 1C

Support your clients through this 20 min teaching video.

Then its the same, or similar, format for the rest of the Steps but with a different psychosocial session to conclude.

Making Decisions

Motivation, action, goals

Mind Traps

Roadblocks to Healthy Thinking

Thinking Skills

Communication Skills

Supportive Networks

Self Awareness

Prayer and Meditation

Challenges for the Future.


“I have enjoyed 2 days of this session and have more understanding of how the Integrated Step Course training sessions map into the 12 Steps. It has been a pleasure to share the powerful strength within the room of recovery and see the hope and possibilities of how the programme can help those on a pathway to individual recovery. Love the evidence evident in trusting the process which incorporates so much"


Contact us for information on residential training at Our Island Hotel, Somerton Lodge

Access our Psychosocial Sessions which include:

  • Change

  • Decision Making

  • Motivation

  • Mind Traps

  • Shortcomings

  • Thinking Skills

  • Supportive Networks

  • Self Awareness

  • Prayer and Meditation

  • Challenges for the Future

Train in:

  • Bloom's Taxonomy,

  • Motivational Interviewing

  • The Cycle of Change

  • How We Learn

  • Conscious Competence

  • ASAM definitions of addiction

  • Teaching Styles

  • Group Technique

Plus access to over 150 shortcomings

and character defects:

  • How to recognise them, (Is this me?) 

  • Where does it Come from?

  • Practicing the Opposite.

  • Taking Action.

  • Countering Positive Affirmation.

Train to become a certified WISC coach / centre, certified to deliver the Integrated Step Course in your private practice, your services or your supported living accommodation.

Access our Cognitive Distortions


  • Personalising

  • Catastrophising

  • Fortune Telling

  • Mind Reading

  • Emotional Reasoning

  • Over Generalisation

  • Mental Filtering

  • Labelling

  • Disqualifying the positive

  • Should Statements

  • Inflexibility (rigid thinking)

  • Closed mind

  • Low Frustration Tolerance

  • Control Fallacies

  • Fallacy of Fairness

  • Fallacy of Change

  • Always Right

  • Black and White thinking

Product Summary

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