"My coaching philosophy evolves and grows with each client, but a few fundamentals remain unchanged: my coaching style is creative, thought-provoking and collaborative, and my clients and I work as a team in a safe, trusting, comfortable environment. The ultimate goal? Coaching helps clients discover the solution that already exists within them."
Amy Bloustine has over 20 years professional experience in delivering community based recovery education nationwide, working with the DEA Educational Foundation and The Partnership for Drug-Free Kids. She also created the nonprofit Project Teen Talk: Giving our Youth a Voice.
Amy holds a B.A. in Psychology and minor in Business from Westminster College, and has a Masters in Educational Psychology from Texas A&M University.
“I believe from experience that addicts know ahead of time that we’re in for an emotional ride if we’re so foolhardy as to get sober. . . We’re going to need all the help we can get!”
Ruth Riddick brings personal experience of successful recovery living (13+ years) and professional expertise as an experiential educator focused on challenging issues in personal and organizational development (25+ years).
As President/CEO of Sobriety Together™, Ruth develops and delivers custom professionals training programs and original multi-media materials.
A Certified Addiction Recovery Coach and Trainer, Ruth is also licensed to teach the CCAR-Recovery Coach Academy. She serves on the teaching faculty at NYC’s Resource Training Center and at Manhattan’s Exponents.
Recently engaged as Community Outreach at the New York Certification Board, Ruth writes the Profiles in Recovery blog for Faces & Voices of Recovery, is a 2015 Irish America Healthcare Pioneer and a multiple recovery advocacy honoree.
President at CareerFix Coaching