In this episode, I speak to Will House, the founder and creator of Oberit, an app that has been helping thousands transform their habits into sustainable recovery. From a young age, he was exposed to a party culture where drinking was prevalent, influenced by his parents and older siblings. In college, the drinking culture intensified, and upon entering the corporate world in London, he embraced a work hard, play hard mentality, leading to excessive alcohol consumption due to the demands of the job and corporate entertainment. Reflecting on this lifestyle, Will recognizes that his beliefs, habits, and behaviors were shaped by years of living in this environment.

Oberit is a rewards-based recovery app that incentivizes long-term mental wellness by helping users build consistent healthy habits, eliminate destructive behaviors, earn digital rewards and unlock exclusive subscriber discounts from brand partners in the in-app marketplace, which supports a healthy, fulfilling lifestyle.

Will House is the founder of the Oberit app. Will has years of experience in recovery and founded Oberit to make recovery easier and more rewarding. Before founding Oberit, Will had more than a decade of experience in the tech field.


Molly Desch is a passionate advocate for sobriety and a beacon of hope for women seeking to reclaim control of their lives. Her journey towards a fulfilling and alcohol-free existence has inspired countless individuals to break free from the shackles of addiction and embrace a life of authenticity and purpose.

She is a sober coach, advocate for sober-awareness, podcast host, and single mother of 2.

As the Founder of As You Are, a Sober Women's Coaching company, she has worked with women from all walks of life to free themselves from alcohol with renewed energy, confidence, and pride using her Sustainable Path to Sobriety program. She has been featured in publications such as CBS, NBC, Authority Magazine, WomELLE, and Real Simple.