A step on the path to recovery
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One of the biggest addiction myths out there is that an intervention is for when a loved one hits their bottom. Too often it’s viewed as a last ditch effort to save them. Interventions are meant to create a great disruption for the addicts. However, though it is centered around the one that is afflicted, my intervention processes encompasses the entire group of family and friends. An intervention represents the jolt sometimes needed to move toward acceptance and recovery. I’m here to show your loved one that recovery is attainable, and a life free from addiction is possible. As an interventionist that has walked the path of addiction and recovery, I know all too well how your loved one is suffering. My intervention process includes 5 key steps: 1. Free Consultation I dive into the roots to learn as much as possible about your loved one, including but not limited to, the family dynamics, traumas, past and present conditions. 2. Letters From Family & Friends Each attendee of the intervention will write a letter to the loved one, and I work with each individual to help edit their letter, not only to make them as powerful as they can be, but also to ensure the context and tone is appropriate and beneficial. 3. Pre-Intervention Planning You will be informed of the pace and outline for the intervention and the time and place will be determined, along with expectations, and potential outcomes. 4. Intervention The intervention will deliver brutal honesty. It is my job to help them understand what their addiction is doing to themselves and their loved ones, get them on board for treatment, and get them there. 5. Post-Intervention Plan A continuum plan post-intervention will be discussed to ensure recovery success. * PS - Prefer to call to schedule a consultation? Call David directly at 612-849-7509
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