• Self-Awareness

    Self-awareness is the capacity for introspection. Developing your self-awareness helps you identify and interrupt old habits more quickly. Studies found that it's more effective to form a new habit than to try and reverse an old one. Since more than 40% of your day is existing habits (including thinking), self-awareness is key for applying the principles that will help you develop habits for success.

  • Self-Esteem

    Self-esteem is how you feel about who you are, your value and worth. Low self-esteem perpetuates a lack of self-respect and fear of rejection which holds you back. Using associative learning and cognitive restructuring techniques, you'll shift your perception of self which strengthens your relationship with self, others and your recovery.

  • Self-Confidence

    Confidence is often confused with self-esteem when it's really how you feel about what you can do, your abilities. Simply put, confidence is self-esteem in action, it's the skill building tool that gives you the courage to accomplish your goals and dreams. You'll learn more about strengthening these important areas in the workshop. View the curriculum and sign up below.


  • 1


    • Introduction
    • MindSET for Recovery Workbook Cover Page
    • MindSET for Recovery Workbook
  • 2

    Developing Self-Awareness

    • Interrupting Negative Thinking Patterns
    • Developing Self-Awareness pt. 1
    • Developing Self-Awareness pt. 2
    • Leveraging Yourself for Continued Growth
  • 3

    Raising Self-Esteem

    • Challenging Negative Core Beliefs
    • Cognitive Restructuring Techniques
    • Understanding Associative Thinking
    • How to Develop Healthy Core Beliefs
    • Hacks for Esteem Building
  • 4

    Building Self-Confidence

    • Building Self-Confidence
    • Goal Setting
    • Minimizing Distractons
    • Generating Momentum
  • 5

    Bonus Course

    • Worksheet
    • 6 Intellectual Faculties
    • Goal Review
    • What Went Wrong?
    • Identifying The Faculty
    • Your Area Of Focus
    • Strengthening Intellectual Faculties

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My goal with facilitating this workshop online is to make it more accessible and affordable. Everyone deserves access to quality recovery support. You'll walk away with tangible actions steps for structuring your days and access to my private coaching group for continued support.

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About Me

DaMarcus Morton

Certified Recovery Coach

DaMarcus Morton

For almost two decades, I’ve had the opportunity to work with clients and programs all over the country. I’ve created program structure for new Treatment facilities and Sober Livings. I’ve consulted with Drug Courts, Community Programs and I’ve even worked on NIDA funded projects with the prestigious think tank, The Rand Corporation. It’s a great career of service. I don’t share this to boast but to highlight how my life is drastically different today because I learned how to develop self-awareness, raise my self-esteem and confidence. Growing up in Akron came with many celebrations and many challenges. I was a little boy who grew up in a community and family where substance abuse and additive behaviors was common to deal with life's challenges. My father was a violent alcoholic and not much a part of my life after age six. My mother had enough (alcoholism ended his life when I was nineteen). My mother was young and worked late so my sister and I ended up living with my grandmother. I loved living with my grandmother but my uncle was always there. He was a crack-cocaine addict and my first bully. All my childhood he (and the neighborhood kids) bullied me for being an sensitive kid. We reconciled our relationship a couple of years before he suddenly passed away. He was 5 years clean. There were many good days, but the limiting beliefs I adopted as a result of my early childhood experiences diminished my self-worth and sent me down the wrong path. When I found my right path, I began a diverse and successful career in Social Services and Addiction Counseling giving back what was given to me. My formal education and keen attention to behavioral patterns eventually lead me to studying mindset and becoming a Recovery Coach. Today, I live my dream coaching others to reach beyond their own limiting beliefs so they thrive. I'm humbled my work has affected the lives of so many people. Here are a few of those people below.


"I believe in your workshop and I have already shifted towards change."

Loree Cohen, Founder, Inneractions Intensive Outpatient Services

"DaMarcus is knowledgeable, insightful, organized. I will continue to refer to him."


"I had a great experience. Thank you so much. Have been implementing the technique, bridging statements."

Mindi, Founder, Sober College

"The value DaMarcus brought to Sober College and the clients can't be measured. He was an indispensable part of our team."


"I learned so much in the workshop. I review the material regularly."

Georgia Frabotta, Owner, The Villa Treatment Centers

"Thank you so much for everything you do, you're an amazing person and we love you!"

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