Talent Team —Our Team of Coaches

Melissa recommends these exceptional coaches for clients that need assistance with family relationships, going through transitions and dealing with loved ones that are addicted.


Ron Cohen MDRonald B Cohen, MD,  Bowen Family Systems Theory Coach and Relationship Consultant, and a Board Certified Psychiatrist

Dr. Cohen works with individuals, couples and families in a manner that is both healing and protective. Working with families is a challenging craft that takes a long time to master. In addition to his psychiatric  training, Dr. Cohen was educated at the Psychiatric Epidemiology Program of the Columbia University School of Public Health, in New York City and he completed the four-year post-graduate training program in Systemic Family Theory and Therapy at the Family Institute of Westchester, NY.  Dr. Cohen is a Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association and an Affiliate Member of the American Academy of Marital and Family Therapy.

If you are experiencing family relationship problems or a difficult life-cycle transition, don’t treat all coaches alike. Few have received the kind of education, experience and savvy guidance necessary to deal with the range of tough issues families can present. You can contact Ron through his website: http://www.familyfocusedsolutions.com/contact/


Justin Phillips, Family Coach, Working with Parents with an Addicted Loved One

Justin Phillips, a lifelong resident of Indianapolis, has a Master’s degree from Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI), and was the Executive Director of Recovery Coaches International, an association of recovery coaches. Her coaching training includes a certification from Crossroads Recovery Coaching, over 24 years of her own recovery, and from the experience of having a son that was addicted to heroin.

“I don’t think I look like the mom of a heroin addict. I don’t think Aaron [my son] was raised in a home where people think heroin addicts come from.” In October of 2013, Justin received a call no mother ever wants to get. Her son, just 20-years-old, was found dead from an overdose. Justin’s expertise comes from her personal experience and her desire to give back. She coaches parents who feel lost and confused because of their child’s addiction, adolescents that are in the throws of an addiction and adults seeking to balance their life in recovery with their work and family obligations. Her email address is jphillips44@att.net.

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Recovery Coaching
A Guide to Coaching People in Recovery from Addictions




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