Addicts who don’t want to go to drug rehab” go willingly

Addicts who don’t want to go to drug rehab go willingly,

 Addicts who say they”don’t want drug rehab”

Go willingly with a professionally facilitated family intervention

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Family Intervention Help for the 

addict who doesn’t want rehab 

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Wits End Interventions text 949-413-4109

Addicts who don’t want to go to drug rehab-
When we have a loved one who is in trouble with impulse control issues and obviously needs professional help in a clinical setting, it is not wise to leave the decision about such an admission up to them.
If your family member has experienced consequences or you fear they will soon be in trouble if things don’t change; but they are refusing help. Intervention could be the answer.
It is likely that they have a negative support group, who are part of the problem at hand.  Addicts bond with their using friends as they are embarrassed to be too close to their families.
When an impaired person needs help to make good decisions for their future, this is the time when the family can call in an interventionist.
We have spanish and english speaking interventions who will travel to the family, get them very organized, before presenting a united appeal, full of love and respect, offering the gift of recovery.
Intervention gets the person ready, willing, and travels with them to treatment.
We have been 94% successful over 20 years of interventions getting non cooperating clients to admit to rehab, and they go with us willingly.
Intervention is a therapeutic event. The family will participate in writing letters according to tried and true guidelines.  Intimate family group therapy, rehearsal, and training takes place for one day or two until we all feel completely ready to ‘meet with the guest of honor.’
Whenever addicts who don’t want to go to drug rehab appear on our radar we have a plan.
We are ready when each member is able to proceed full of grace and conviction. This is a pull up into a much better life, never a put down.
All planning is done is to prevent a defensive or offensive posture.
 Intervention ends with the agreement – the family gives the client space and the counselor asks the person to lean into me. Travel has been prearranged, bags have been prepacked. We keep the stimuli low so the exit is private with personal dignity intact.

 Addicts who don’t want to go to drug rehab-

 The Intervention Process: Your Questions Answered
Pre-Intervention We understand that everyone has been worried and has differing thoughts of what should be done. The professional interventionist pulls every body’s energy and gets it all moving in one direction.
 We discus and eliminate all of the reasons the addict will have for not going to treatment. We delegate the client’s daily life tasks among the participants (ie taking care of the kids, pets, the house) to alleviate this stress from the addict.
 We also deal with employment issues. We also decide as a group what we will do for the client while they are in treatment, and what the consequences are if they try to refuse this gift.

The Intervention As an informed, educated, and organized group in agreement with our goal, we meet with the client.

 We do not have to solve all family problems, nor do we have to know how the addiction can possibly be healed.
 We go to the addict with one common understanding: our loved one must have professional help, or may soon die.
 Treatment is essential.
 We have done our homework and made the best arrangements, and today is the day.
 We are here with all of our love and power to stop the downward spiral here and now.

We get the client ready and willing, and then take them to treatment.

 The power and intensity of the intervention opens a window of opportunity.
 The client is emotionally transcended into a state of willingness. Whether this state of willingness is brought about by the presentation of love and concern, or the fear of consequences, the result is the same.
 It’s a short window. We must continue in action immediately, before the denial mechanism takes control again.
 The message at the end of the intervention is you have 20 minutes to pack, our flight leaves in about an hour.
 At this point we keep the stimulus very low. The client most likely is in a reflective state of mind and does not want much interaction.
 We need an independent means of transportation to the airport, or a family member who will not elicit any further confrontation from the client.
When the intervention is over it is over.
 We stop the confrontation and let the client lean into the impartial professionalism of the counselor.
 The interventionist and the client fly or drive to the treatment center together.
Fear not, The intervention goes better than the family thinks it will.
Addicts who don’t want to go to drug rehab are everywhere right? We are here to help.

Addicts want a rescue from the life they are living, even if they are unaware of this fact. 

The counselor completes the transition from the intervention into the treatment admissions process. We introduce them to the staff and explain the process of making themselves comfortable.

The interventionist explains to the counseling staff the disposition of the intervention and the reports of the family in an effort to educate the treatment team as to the truths the client needs to face and work through. The intervention letters are given to the staff for the client to use later in therapy.

One goal of treatment is to break down their denial of the severity of the disease. Another treatment goal is to resolve and let go of resentment. Reviewing the intervention letters with a sober head and the guidance of a therapist is done to bring about an understanding of the love involved in the gift of intervention and recovery. We do recover. Recovery Brings Hope

J W Johnson This article is stacked with great information on interventions. What a great resource

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