Adam Santos-Coy is a coach and companion with over a decade of experience. Having grown up in Northern California, he graduated from Fordham University with a BA in Visual Arts.
He received interventionist training with Ken Seeley, Eric McLaughlin and Dr. Louise Stanger; Furthermore, he received his transformative coaching education from the Co-Active Training Institute and Landmark Worldwide, where he was a staff member and trainer; he has been an executive coach for senior leadership at the Bertelsmann Group and is CCAR certified, as well as a member of the ICF.
Additionally, he has trained in Krav Maga at the National Training Center in Los Angeles, and is a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu purple belt from the Renzo Gracie Academy Headquarters in NYC.
Sober since September 24, 2009, Adam is passionate about learning, growing and showing up for others. “ For me, life is about creating as many opportunities as possible to have people see that they actively create their lives.”
Miranda has trained and worked with experts and coaches through SilverBell Coaching and joined the team in 2016. Her background is in art psychotherapy from Goldsmith’s University in London.
Her own experiences and journey have informed her coaching style and outlook on recovery. Her natural creative abilities contribute to her strategic thinking, adaptability, and customization that keeps client needs central to planning as a recovery companion.
The SilverBell Community is headed by Georgia Rodman, SBC’s Community Director, Recovery Coach and resident meditation instructor. The SBC Community provides a discreet and safe space of curated approaches to build a stronger mind, body, spirit and community.