Hiring an intervention specialist will better the chances of success

Trying to get a loved one, who is also an addict, the help they need and deserve is a hard job to handle alone, but having an intervention specialist right next to you throughout the process will increase the chances of success exponentially. No longer will your loved one feel attacked and angry, but they will see the medical and therapeutic side of getting treatment and be able to make a much more informed decision having someone in the room that has been through what they have, and has the training to help them get better.

Finding an intervention specialist that suits your family’s needs is paramount to success, but also hiring one that has the training and background to really reach out to and get through to the addict in your life is going to make them feel like they have someone on their side instead of someone attacking them. You know you are not attacking them, but rather their choices, and they need to own up to that and take responsibility, but when those words come from an outsider who is there with a clinical viewpoint of how to get them the treatment they need to live a productive life, addicts tend to listen more than they would from family members who may not know what they are going through.

While you may not know all of the emotions and physical attributes of an addict’s life, you do know what has happened to your relationship with them, their relationships with others, and the things they have lost. Whether they no longer have a job they once loved and were good at, the house they worked so hard to purchase, the spouse they vowed to always be there for, the children they pledged to give a good life to, the mental stability they need in order to survive, the physical stature they require in order to maintain some quality of life, or the trust of the people that are surrounding them, they have usually lost something important, if not all of the above, due to their habits and bad choices. Having an intervention specialist make this very clear to them without the emotions of the people they have betrayed is going to be much more convincing and could help get them in to a treatment facility much faster than if they were told by the people who love them.

Goals within Addiction Intervention

Getting a loved one to see the error of their ways is not the ultimate goal of an addiction intervention, but rather getting them detoxified and in the presence of medical staff who can assess the damage and start the repairing process. This can happen in a residential center that the addiction specialist has already contacted and hired. Once they are there and are no longer under the influence of the substances of their addictions, they can begin the healing process and learn what they did wrong and how to prevent it from happening again.

Success with Intervention Services

Hiring someone to perform intervention services is going to be money well spent after you see the success you can achieve by asking for outside help and not doing it on your own. Not only will the addict be much more receptive to the invitation of getting help, but the circle of loved ones will feel a lot less pressure and be able to express themselves freely.

Mike Loverde

As a Certified Intervention Professional (CIP), member of NAATP, NAADAC, and accredited by the Pennsylvania Certification Board, Mike Loverde knows first-hand what it’s like to live life with addiction. By overcoming it, he had a calling to work with others who struggle with drug and alcohol addictions—the people who use and the families who feel helpless watching them decay.

With thousands of interventions across the United States done and many more to come, Loverde continues to own the intervention space, since 2005, by working with medical doctors, psychiatrists, psychologists and others who need expert assistance for their patients who need intervention. To further his impact on behavioral health and maximize intervention effectiveness, Loverde is near completion of a Masters in Addiction Studies (MHS) accreditation, as well as a Licensed Independent Substance Abuse Counselor (LISAC), and is committed to attaining the designation of a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC).

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