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INTERVENTION – A CHANGE AGENT FOR ALL ADDICTIONS. SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND PROCESS ADDICTIONS PRESENTED BY: CAROL A. LAWYER, CADC, CCDP, BRI II. CAROL A. LAWYER COUNSELING & CONSULTING,INC. WASHINGTON SQUARE BLDG. 21 W. WASHINGTON STREET SUITE B

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Intervention a change agent for all addictions

INTERVENTION – A CHANGE AGENT FOR ALL ADDICTIONS

SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND

PROCESS ADDICTIONS

PRESENTED BY: CAROL A. LAWYER,

CADC, CCDP, BRI II


Carol a lawyer counseling consulting inc

CAROL A. LAWYERCOUNSELING & CONSULTING,INC

  • WASHINGTON SQUARE BLDG.

    21 W. WASHINGTON STREET

    SUITE B

    WEST CHESTER, PA 19380

  • WWW.INTERVENTIONFIRST.COM

  • 484-678-3796

  • [email protected]


Evolution of intervention

EVOLUTION OF INTERVENTION

  • 1900’S – High mortality rate from alcoholism

  • 1930’s – Psychiatry defined uncontrolled drinking as an emotional/psychiatric problem.

  • 1956 – AMA recognizes alcoholism as a Primary Disease

  • 1960 – Vernon Johnson – pioneers the process of intervention.


Various models of intervention

VARIOUS MODELS OF INTERVENTION

  • JOHNSON MODEL –My preferred model.

  • FAMILY SYSTEMIC MODEL-Family sessions.

  • ARISE – Invitation

    C – COLLABORATIVE

    R- RESPECTFUL

    I – INTEGRITY

    S- SUPPORTIVE

    I – INDIVIDUALIZED

    S- SYSTEMIC


Intervention popularity

INTERVENTION POPULARITY

MEDIA – TV SHOWS

-- INTERVENTION (A & E)

--Celebrity Rehab (Dr. Drew)

--Addicted (TLC)

--National Geographic


Goals of intervention

GOALS OF INTERVENTION

  • ACT AS A CHANGE AGENT FOR ALL ADDICTIONS-(Dual Diagnosis), Multiple

    Addictions.

  • Interrupt the addictive cycle and help create the motivation to move the individual(s) into the appropriate level(s) of treatment

  • Help the entire family begin to embrace a recovery process. (family programs with treatment center) aftercare plan.


Determining the intervention team

DETERMINING THE INTERVENTION TEAM

  • SPOUSE

  • CHILDREN (AGE SPECIFIC)

  • SIBLINGS

  • EMPLOYER

  • CLERGY

  • FRIENDS


Gathering safety data

GATHERING SAFETY DATA

  • SAFETY FOR ALL CONCERNED – Any history of domestic violence or abuse?

  • ANY FIREARMS IN THE HOME? Take appropriate measures to insure we will be safe.

  • What is current status of individual regarding mental health – determine if timing is appropriate.


Pre intervention

PRE - INTERVENTION

  • Acknowledge and address everyone’s feelings of fear, guilt, reluctance, etc.

    (Try to assess if anyone might sabotage

    process.)

  • Break the silence and flush out secrets

  • Provide scripts for Intervention Letters


Intervention process

INTERVENTION PROCESS

  • Deliberate Process

  • Predictable Process

  • Structured Process

  • Props


Treatment details and collaboration

TREATMENT DETAILS AND COLLABORATION

  • Treatment Center details are completed shortly after having signed Contract to move forward with Intervention. My work begins after the 1st meeting with family to establish who are my resources based on specific details of case.

  • Help to prepare Admissions Staff if inpatient level of treatment is decided.

    or

  • Collaborate with outpatient treatment providers.


Intervention day

INTERVENTION DAY

  • Arrive at our designated location together. (if Johnson model, we are going to their home or wherever we decide to meet)

  • Introduce myself and move immediately into our process. (No deliberation or debate).

  • Depending upon our model of intervention and outcome, I individualize our process.


Intervention day cont d

INTERVENTION DAY (CONT’D)

  • Transportation to our decided facility. again, this is all determined prior to that day. If female, I can transport. If male, I would arrange to hire a male colleague.

  • We leave immediately following our intervention. no delay.


Post intervention

POST-INTERVENTION

  • I continue to collaborate with treatment center to insure all details have been covered.

  • RELEASES SIGNED.

  • Debrief with family and loved one’s

  • provide continued support for family until IP completes treatment.

  • Collaborate aftercare for IP.


Five ethical principles

FIVE ETHICAL PRINCIPLES

  • DO NO HARM

  • MAKE THINGS BETTER

  • RESPECT OTHERS

  • BE FAIR

  • BE COMPASSIONATE


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