In the context of substance use disorder, an intervention is a gathering of concerned loved ones who have assembled in hopes getting a person struggling with drugs or alcohol into treatment. The process is meant to illustrate to the addict how much their drinking or drug use has affected each person in attendance so they can start to see the impact of their behavior and what it’s done to the people they love. Participants in an intervention could be anyone, depending upon the person’s family or social situation. Sometimes influential figures, like bosses, clergy or community leaders may also attend.
Intervention is an inherently emotional process, and it’s easy to let these emotions devolve the process into bickering, name-calling and hurt feelings. A trained and experienced interventionist can help your group keep the process on track by acting as an objective mediator trained in conflict resolution and the psychology of addiction. Many interventionists are in recovery, themselves, and can offer experienced insights into your loved ones’ behavior. Your interventionist will also work with you to arrange logistics and even treatment if your addicted loved one accepts help.Don't be another statistic. call 1-855-384-5794
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