Dr. Cali Estes featured on CBNATION, I AM CEO Podcast. Join Dr. Cali Estes on “I am CEO podcast”. where she discusses how to deal with clients, help them to unlock their true potential, and get to the next level to #levelup. Listen here.
Join Dr. Cali Estes on “I am CEO podcast” where she discusses how to deal with clients, help them to unlock their true potential, and get to the next level to #levelup. Dr. Cali Estes and The Addictions Academy train individuals and treatment centers for mental health and drug and alcohol addiction and substance abuse treatment, to get to the underlying causes of why people use drugs and alcohol, and how to replace these unhealthy habits with healthy habits.
Dr. Cali Estes of caliestes.com: #1 Best-Selling Author, highly sought-after celebrity coach, counselor, life coach, transformation coach, and wellness guru who uses talk therapy to help her clients unlock their true potential. Listen Here.
Firstly, Dr. Cali Estes discusses how she has been CEO of 5 companies including The Addictions Coach, The Addictions Academy, and Sober on Demand where she trains others to become life coaches, recovery coaches, sober companions, interventionists, and many other nationally certified professional positions in the addictions field.
Secondly, she talks about how she grew from zero to a 4-million-dollar fitness company, then lost everything during an economic downturn and had to start over. Dr. Cali built back up into psychology and helping others find their purpose and passion in life. Dr. Cali is a celebrity addictions coach also known as The Addictions Coach; some know her has the ‘Female Dr. Drew’. She also founded Sober on Demand, a concierge company for addiction services to professionals.
Third, Dr. Cali discusses focusing on what clients get stuck with: Drugs, Alcohol, Shopping, Gambling, Gaming, Sex Addiction, Food Addiction, any vice that can slow you down from reaching your full potential. She states that drugs and alcohol are not the problems, rather a solution to your problem, or a mask to the root problem. This is what she defines as coping mechanisms; instead of dealing with the problem, people will drink, take a drug, or gamble, whatever their addiction may be.