Get help for a loved one
Interventions can be used to address serious personal problems, including, but not limited to, drug and alcohol addiction, compulsive gambling, compulsive eating and other eating disorders, self-harm and being the victim of abuse.
The Intervention Process
The intervention network session(s): the necessary follow-up sessions to prepare for the intervention and answer all questions. Letter writing instructions, intervention technique and selection of possible treatment centers will be discussed.
Family meeting (intervention meeting): A properly orchestrated intervention to start the healing process and get your loved one the help they need. Through the loving testimonials of friends, family, and the people who care, the individual is shown the detrimental impact of their behavior on themselves and on those around them.
We collaborate with the treatment team in assisting with aftercare recommendations and re-integration planning. We assist and advice on determining local resources including self-help meetings; and we address any questions related to ongoing treatment and other recovery related issues; relapse prevention; and emergency meetings if relapse occurs.
A professionally facilitated intervention may be right for you if:
→ You are too enmeshed or emotionally charged to effectively communicate your concerns.
→ Family members are geographically dispersed.
→ You need help navigating community and financial resources.