What is a Drug Intervention?
Drug interventions are a method of encouraging an individual to seek help for an addiction. A drug intervention program is not about forcing somebody or guilt-tripping. Rather, an intervention encourages an individual to see the truth of their behavior, the care around them, and the fact that individuals in their life may not be able to continue enabling.
There are many differen types of interventions and interventionists. Some work from a place mainly of setting boundaries, while others really focus on compassion and care. The type of intervention may depend on the individual, their family, and the bigger support network. A train interventionist can assess the situation, using their experience to create a customized intervention plan for your situation.
Interventions involve family and support network involvement. Before the actual intervention takes place, the family will meet with our interventionist to create a plan and make sure everyone is on the same page. As interventions can be heavy and painful for everyone involved, our itnerventionists take special care to listen to the needs of the entire support network through the process.