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Navigating The World of Addiction Event hits Littleton Colorado
The Addictions Coach, Dr. Cali Estes teams up with Vance Johnson of the Denver Broncos, and Rob Lohman of Lifted from the Rut to offer cutting edge training
Vance Johnson, former wide receiver for the Denver Broncos who appeared in three Super Bowls, will also be a keynote speaker. Following his 10-year career, Vance began to struggle with alcoholism, which ultimately led to a 26-day alcohol-induced coma that almost took his life. Since completing treatment for alcohol and domestic abuse, Vance has turned his focus to helping others in the same situation.
"Whether you are a pro athlete, CEO of a corporation, or in recovery from an addiction, you need a COACH!", Vance Johnson says. "I along with several other professional football players and baseball players have been sought after to coach everyone from corporate elites, to pro athletes and suburban soccer dad's. Dr. Cali Estes training Pro Recovery Training offers the trainees a roadmap to help clients reach their ultimate goal, a lifetime of sobriety."
Other events include Recovery Resources, Signs of Addiction, Addition Cycles, Testimonies, Q&A Sessions, and a Panel Discussion. The day events are geared towards First Responders, teachers, police officers, doctors, Clergy and those that are in direct contact with addicts needing help. The evening portion is offered for families and those that are dealing with a loved one that may be using substances.
Dr. Cali Estes will be training the professionals in Intervention and how to handle addiction issues. She has worked with some of the most prominent people in the world, helping them get and stay sober. She has traveled the world and worked on set, at venues, in hotel rooms and even on the tour buses with her clients. She is known as the celebrity addictions coach.
Rob Lohman of Lifted from The Rut is organizing the entire event and will be on hand to discuss sober coaching, sober companies and Intervention strategies and techniques to help others get sober.
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