My name is Brenton Davis and I am a recovered alcoholic and sober coach.
Through years of learning to cope with life’s daily challenges, I have discovered the art of staying sober.
Staying sober cannot be accomplished only by acquiring a set of principles for being sober. Sobriety is an art that requires living those principles, while also focusing on one’s individuality and specific life obstacles. I am grateful that I discovered the art of my own sobriety and that I have been sober for the past nine years, by living the principles of Alcoholics Anonymous.
I am a Los Angeles native and graduate of Cal State University, Northridge, with a bachelor’s degree in speech communication. After graduating college, I had the opportunity to work in the entertainment and advertising industries, before discovering my gift – coaching others to achieve and maintain their sobriety.
After many years of abusing alcohol and drugs, which took their toll mentally and physically and affected many personal relationships, I realized that alcoholism is a disease that demands treatment. I have since learned that a daily program, focused on spiritual and moral principles, is the best treatment for alcoholism and addiction. This lifestyle has given me peace and happiness and now I am privileged to share the art of sobriety with those who are struggling to stay sober or are transitioning from treatment centers and sober living back into society.