90-Day Recovery Plan

90-Day Recovery Plan

Mark Denison has created a successful intensive recovery program that takes men through 13 weeks of daily readings and written exercises.

You will dig deep into your past, learn the triggers that are unique to your struggles, and integrate tools that will help you secure long-term recovery.

The program includes weekly meetings/calls with Mark or Michael, check-ins, numerous free resources, and daily access to your leader.

The cost of this program is $900, which can be paid out over three months. To sign up, click the link below.

Men's Individual Coaching

  • Single session – $75
  • 4-session package – $275

Each session lasts 45 minutes. Package includes email and text support, and weekly assignments. Fees are due before the session begins. To get started, complete the form or contact Mark for a free consultation.

Cell: 941-526-4700
Email: [email protected]


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    Rigorous Honesty

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