“Transforming the Recovery to Wellness Journey” is the premier international conference dedicated to the development and deployment of coaching to significantly improve recovery from widespread behavioral healthcare challenges.
The conference brings together innovative creative future thinkers in the field of coaching, individual and organisational behaviour change, medical science, consciousness and spirituality who are leading the way in developing new approaches to individual, organisational and community health.
The conference is suitable for a wide range of practitioners: Doctors, Nurses, Counsellors, Psychologists, Therapists, Coaches, Behavioural experts, those interested in healthcare recovery from a variety of special interest groups, e.g Addiction, Diabetes etc, HR’s, Organisational Managers, Service delivery managers, NHS Trust management etc
The 2015 London conference focuses on the following tracks:
“I attended the conference in October 2012. I remember I had a stinking cold at the time but I was still able to appreciate a diverse range of speakers. I came away with a strong feeling of connections and interweaving having happened across many different groups, disciplines and cultures – an opportunity to widen the mind and create possibility.”
“Exciting and fascinating approaches that will make a huge difference to how we think about developing recovery. This conference had really opened my eyes”
“The International Recovery Coach movement has been one of the most exciting advances in the field of treatment and recovery that I have seen in my 30 year career. Having the honor to present at the 2012 Conferences has been one of the highlights in my career and rarely have I ever seen a more passionate audience who are willing to be innovative and do whatever it takes to offer hope and make a difference in the lives of others!”
“Clearly we need to radically change the way we think and our approach to preventing lifestyles that ultimately lead to illness. Brilliant new thinking on that here”
“The IRCC in 2012 was my first introduction to Recovery Coaching. It was an amazing conference and I learnt a lot about this approach from the speakers at the conference.Since then, I have endeavoured to bring this approach into every aspect of operational delivery. It is the most empowering and creative way of working alongside people that I have ever encountered.”
“The 2013 International Recovery Coaching Conference was a fantastic opportunity to explore the value of coaching and the impact it can make to those on a recovery journey. It was a wonderful opportunity to hear and learn from a variety of people and projects working across the world and I look forward to seeing what this years conference has to offer.”
“The event was a fantastic melting pot of ideas, creativity and innovation. I was inspired by the conference and by the people I met. One of the ways in which the conference was truly inspiring was not only through the wonderful breadth of speakers: including John Hamilton, Tom Hill, Anthony Eldridge-Rogers, Alistair Sinclair, Rebecca Daddow, Marshall Rosier and Alistair Sinclair – but the participation from the audience.”