David Collins is an executive and recovery coach, who is the Founder and CEO of The Foundation | SHARP Recovery Clinic. David is passionate about assisting clients in developing #RecoveryCapital and exploring multiple pathways to recovery. He is actively involved with the inpatient treatment program at the clinic, as well as coaching in the corporate environment and running community empowerment workshops to assist individuals, families, communities and organisations in building their resources to overcome substance abuse, transformation, leadership and development challenges. David is the head facilitator at U-Act Recovery Coach Training, and also facilitates overseas training with The Foundation for Recovery Coaching (FRC) International.
Ocean Mokobane is a certified U-ACT Recovery Coach, who has extensive experience coaching and working within communities that are faced with the systemic problems of substance abuse and addiction. Her personal experiences and strong faith-based values, mean that her work resonates strongly with the spiritual and cultural values of her clients and workshop attendees. She is currently establishing a substance abuse treatment centre in Bela-Bela to aid and empower the community. She has worked closely with David and the U-ACT team for many years , and is involved in driving the recovery coaching model as a means of achieving personal, social, community and organisational upliftment.
Tia Boulton is an internationally-certified Recovery Coach and Trauma-Resiliency Counsellor who combines her skills and experience to work with clients to understand their personal truth and purpose, while while working through unresolved issues from their past. As a coach she is able to hold a space for clients to explore their emotions and interactions from a mature, adult space while feeling safe and heard. Tia assists clients in getting in touch with their emotional, spiritual, mental and spiritual sides and bringing these elements together in a way that serves them in their personal and professional lives, within their recovery.
Leigh-Anne Brierley has trained both locally and internationally as a Life and Recovery Coach, and is particularly passionate about assisting clients to discover their truth and purpose, while developing their personal power, through practical tools and techniques, which aid sustained, long-term recovery. Leigh-Anne’s background in adult-education and ongoing personal development has aided in her co-creating The Foundation Clinic’s Outpatient & Aftercare Recovery Wellness Program. This is based around peer support, adult education and coaching and is also the basis of the Cognitive Behavioural Coaching (CBC) Inpatient program at The Foundation Clinic.
Attie van Buuren is a U-ACT Recovery Coach, whose focus lies in -faith-based coaching to assist individuals and families who are confronted with the challenges of substance abuse and addiction. Attie’s experience in the corporate and agricultural industry, as a successful business owner and entrepreneur, means he has a vast experience and knowledge on which to draw as a coach. He is actively involved in working as a coach and facilitator in local communities to assist them in developing skills, tools and techniques in order to empower themselves and understand the nature of substance abuse disorders. His personal faith assures that Attie’s coaching technique is based on the practical application of spiritual principles and core values.