When someone you love is engaged in self-destructive behavior, it’s hard to stand back and watch.
Pleading with the person to change, is usually met with a wall of aggression, avoidance, or perhaps just a flat refusal to acknowledge that something is wrong.
Sometimes, the person promises to change and may even maintain it for a time, but they always seem to return to the same old pattern of destructive behavior. Either way, you end up feeling powerless and full of despair, believing that nothing can be done.
Waiting won’t change anything but reaching out for practical and immediate help can.
An intervention is a way of helping somebody to accept help, when they have previously refused to accept it. The goal is simple – to help the person admit that they do need help and have them agree to seek professional treatment.
Treatment options and referral are part of our service.
It is used for a family member, friend or employee who is engaged in any self-destructive behavior that is causing stress and worry:
INTERVENTION is the most loving, powerful and successful method yet, for getting people to admit they need help.