Who needs an intervention?
What is an intervention?
When should you have an intervention?
Why should you have an intervention?
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Expectations of outcome.
Your loved one’s history, current level of motivation and incentive to change are all variables related to success. The expectation of this clinician/interventionist is that every identified client reach their full potential. In the case of addictions, that means sobriety, commitment to treatment and recovery, and later engagement in meaningful work and successful relationships.
- US families with at least one addict among their immediate family members. 40% 40%
- Addicts in complete denial about their addiction. 50% 50%
- Successful interventions when led by a professional interventionist. 90% 90%
- Families who will make the decision to seek out professional help with an intervention. 7% 7%
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