Intervention

What Is An Intervention?

An Intervention, in all of its many forms, is an invitation for your loved one to find solutions for their substance abuse and/or mental health problems they are experiencing, seek appropriate treatment solutions and discover new healthy ways of living.

Every day, people are invited to change. Sometimes change occurs in hospitals, through the legal system, by being ask to leave school or at work.

Licensed professionals, social workers, lawyers, addiction specialists, mental health workers, and interventionists such as Dr. Stanger, invite clients to explore ways to improve their lives. As licensed professionals, we are always inviting our clients to explore ways to improve their lives. We empower clients to be the captains of their well-being.

Articles About Interventions

Be The Reason: We Must Take Action Cautionary Tales

Be The Reason: We Must Take Action Cautionary Tales

I have been thinking about cautionary tales. A cautionary tale comes from folklore; its duty is to warn the listener of danger and essentially choose to take action or heed a warning. Oft times there is a dilemma which requires action. It is no secret we have an...

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It’s All In The Little Things

It’s All In The Little Things

Have you ever thought about the little things?  Did you stop today to say hello and thank you to someone today?  Did you look into someone’s eyes? Did you take time to see the scenery around you? I recently read an essay by Rabbi Steve Leder, “Why a Little Can Be A...

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Am I A Co-Narcissist????

Am I A Co-Narcissist????

Someone recently asked me about their boyfriend who they said was a narcissist. It got me thinking that I have done a lot of work with people who have found themselves in a narcissistic relationship, and while I have always helped folks set boundaries, it got be...

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7 Misconceptions About Interventions

7 Misconceptions About Interventions

2020 is here, and with this new decade comes the wonderful opportunity for new beginnings. On that note, I have been thinking a lot about interventions, and the phone calls I receive from lovely folks who are terribly misinformed about what an invitation to change...

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