intervening in a loved one’s addiction is a powerful and effective way to encourage recovery
It can be challenging to help a loved one that is struggling with any type of addiction. Attempts to convince loved ones that help is needed often go unheard, ignored, or worse. An intervention is a more focused approach to allow a loved one to see and acknowledge that there is a problem.
An interventionist is a person that has been trained and certified to help bring about change in your loved one’s life. Typically conducted with a number of friends and family members, an intervention can help a loved one realize their need for help in a structured, controlled setting.
Interventions are not always the best method for helping a loved one into a treatment program. There are many variables to be considered. To learn more about interventions and how they may help a loved one, please contact us today. We can typically arrange a direct conversation with an interventionist that same day.