Our Guide Can Teach You The Best Way to Support a Loved One During an Intervention
Most people understand the goal of a drug intervention, but few people are aware of how their own behavior can affect the success of this process. A jealous sibling, a parent in denial or an enabling spouse can easily undermine the intervention process.
It’s not uncommon for family baggage to act as a roadblock during an intervention. Unresolved tensions and perceived slights can distract family members from focusing on the loved one who needs their support. Thankfully, awareness and education can help family members to avoid these emotional pitfalls.
Fill out the form on this page to get access to our helpful eBook, “Ego & Addiction: Why Families Enable Addicts and Derail Interventions.” You’ll learn more about how family roles influence an intervention and how a professional interventionist can help.