“Hardships often prepare ordinary people
for an extraordinary destiny.”
– C.S. Lewis
Professional Coaching offers a unique relationship. It pairs a certified coach with an individual longing to bring clarity, purpose and change to his or her life. The relationship between coach and client is one of trust and openness. It is based on developing a working partnership and an exchange of energy.
The coach guides the client to develop personal or professional goals and then helps the client stay on task as he or she moves through the process of bringing those goals into fruition. The coach encourages the client through a series of ‘coaching tools’ and coaching techniques specific to the art of coaching. I have a unique style of openness, warmth and sincerity. I am willing to ask powerful questions that encourage deep reflection. I am adept at providing intuitive feedback and insight designed to help you self-evaluate. I am known to be a master at zeroing in on the precise areas which may be blocking self-awareness. I support you through this change.
You can achieve the goals you’ve always dreamed possible, with confidential, convenient and effective ways to achieve sobriety, accelerate success, and give you the major competitive edge you need to recover and succeed.
Our Mission & Goals
ABOUT THE OWNER
IMAC | NCIP | NCAMP | NCFRC | NCCM | NCLC | NCRCI | NCRCII
Debbie Perkins was in active addiction from the age of 10. She endured a lot of trauma in her childhood due to the fact that she was molested at the age of 6 and kept that secret most of her life. Deb was in and out of rehab, but never staying sober more than 6 months because she never got honest with her past. Deb had to learn to forgive those who hurt her and ask for forgiveness to those she had hurt during her active addiction. Debbie learned all this through a 12 Step Program and is now at peace with her past. Her purpose for No More Heroin is to teach individuals how to become whole and healthy again. Debbie Perkins is nationally certified in several areas of the addiction field along with a Master’s Addiction Coaching Certification. While her journey has not been an easy one, it has been full of self-discovery and she has learned how to become a woman of dignity and honor. She would like to help you learn how to help yourself.
What I Do
IMAC: International Master Addictions Coach
NCIP: Nationally Certified Intervention Professional
NCAMP: Nationally Certified Anger Management Professional
NCFRC: Nationally Certified Family Recovery Coach
NCCM: Nationally Certified Case Manager
NCLC: Nationally Certified Life Coach
NCRCI: Nationally Certified Recovery Coach (Level 1)
NCRCII: Nationally Certified Recovery Coach (Level 2)