Interventions for the Family or Workplace
Be Your Own Life Coach
Coaching, Life Coaching, Addiction
The Intervention offers recovery for the whole family. It offers to break the power and repetitive cycle of enabling, which keeps the family hostage and prevents the individual from entering recovery. The intervention often needs to help the family move out of their denial to stop enabling the problem.
“An intervention is a serious, well-thought-out conversation with someone expressing concern over his or her drug or alcohol use. It should be supportive and caring, free of anger or blame, and held to let the person know you are there to help.
“Interventions can be a one-on-one conversation, but are dramatically more successful if several people are involved. Ideally, a group of people that the individual loves and respects comes together and delivers a pre-rehearsed conversation about alcohol and drug addiction.”
– Recovery Connection
, Drug Abuse
, Life Coaching
, Substance Abuse