About Alcoholic Interventions

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About Alcoholic Interventions – Our mission is to help addicts that are struggling with alcohol or drug abuse to get their life back on track starting with a intervention.

Since finding my own recovery 13 years ago, I have been providing alcoholic interventions for over six years and have been involved with over 300 successful interventions throughout the United States.

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Why Use an Interventionist?

There are many times where families decide to not use a professional interventionist because they think they can do it themselves. Sometimes they are successful, of course, but in most cases where they are not and intervention specialist could have saved them a lot of trouble and heartache. Even if they’re correct and are able to get their loved one into treatment, they could often save themselves a lot of difficulty during the process.

Bringing in an experienced professional usually makes the entire effort go much more smoothly, which is saying a lot for such a hectic and emotional time. Successful interventionists are able to work as the moderator, mediator and guide, and are very good at their jobs because they truly care for the addicts as well as the family members and can empathize with both sides more than just about anyone, especially since many intervention counselors are also recovered addicts themselves.

What to Expect During an Intervention

While this may be helpful for friends and families looking to perform their own interventions, they usually are much more successful with the help of an intervention specialist. Prior to the day of the actual event, the interventionist will meet with key family and friends who will be present and walk them through what to expect and how to act. In most cases he or she will also have these people write letters to the addict that are used, if needed, to deliver succinct communications regarding their reason for wanting them to get help and what the consequences are if they refuse help.

On the day of the intervention, it is important that everyone stays on the same page and acts as a team to help their loved one. Their combined efforts and unanimous decisions are very powerful.

It is vital to have already chosen a treatment facility before the intervention occurs, and to have the center be aware of how things wind up. Since the overwhelming majority of interventions are successful, travel plans should already be made, including any flights and other transportation issues. Be sure to keep the rehab program informed of arrival time so that their intake personnel can be ready.

There are many intricate details and strategies in between all of this where a trained interventionist will be able to create a plan based on each unique situation. These may include who else will attend, where to hold it, who else will be the leader on behalf of the family, etc.

Successful interventionists are able to work as the moderator, mediator and guide, and are very good at their jobs because they truly care for the addicts as well as the family members and can empathize with both sides more than just about anyone, especially since many intervention counselors are also recovered addicts themselves.
Contact us today to find out more information about how to do an intervention and how to go about having an intervention specialist guide your family through this difficult time.

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