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The most difficult part for an interventionist is to get all the family on the same page about what needs to be done. The family has to make the addict feel accountable for his or her own actions. Getting the addict to accept treatment is actually far easier than getting the family to gather for the intervention and doing their part. Trying to get all members of a family to change their preconceived notions about addictions requires a practiced professional’s help.
As you probably already know since you are visiting this site, addicts attempt to make their own life more comfortable with their addiction at the expense of their loved ones. The intervention process helps families gain control in a loving, non-confrontational way. We work to make sure your loved one becomes more comfortable with the option of treatment. Addicts try to make excuses and shape their families’ behaviors, making their loved ones feel as though there is nothing they can do about the situation. The truth of the matter is that without family support, substance abusers would have trouble getting drunk or high on their own. We work to put families back in control and to get addicts the help they need.