Meet our founder and CEO
Natasha SilverBell, founder of SilverBell Coaching LLC, is a CARC recovery coach and recovery coach trainer through CCAR and OASAS. She has more than a decade of experience working in the field of addiction and is a member of the International Coaching Federation.
From the inception of SilverBell Coaching, it has been Natasha’s vision to create a unique approach to recovery by combining medical clinicians with non-clinical coaches and companions. This approach succeeds in motivating clients to the next stage of their recovery and guides them into a life of sustained, long-term recovery. Over the past ten years she has assembled highly effective teams consisting of the best professionally trained recovery coaches and support companions in the US, UK, France, Sweden, and Dubai. Additionally, Natasha has developed a vital education and support system for the client’s family members. She recognizes that the affected loved one impacts the whole family.
Natasha understands firsthand the importance of creating a safe, compassionate, non-judgmental environment in which healing can happen. Her own recovery is what set her on the path to developing SilverBell Coaching and her life in service. She is a single mom residing on the Upper East Side of Manhattan raising her three teenage children. She’s an active philanthropist, a yoga and meditation practitioner, and an avid reader.
In addition to the transformative work at SilverBell Coaching, Natasha is a co-founder at Due North Quest and recently co-founded Youth Prevention Mentors (YPM). Due North Quest is an intensive and fully customizable program designed to provide young men in search of direction with a highly-structured, eye-opening, and life-changing experience. Due North Quest’s philosophy is that the journey makes the man. At its core it aims to create a legion of future role models who can affect change on a greater scale. YPM is dedicated to mitigating risk and increasing prevention of substance abuse among teenagers. To find out more please visit youthpreventionmentors.com.