Intervention is an expertly guided, education process which results in direct meeting of friends, family members and/or employer with the person who has problems with addictive substances. People who struggle with addiction are unwilling seek treatment because they are often in denial about their situation. They may not be able to see how that negatively affects themselves and their environment. The connection between the person use of drugs and alcohol together with the problems in their life is being helped by intervention.
The aim of Intervention is to realise, help and providing opportunity to control the drug problem before it getting worse day by day.
How Does Intervention Work?
A big part of intervention process is education and information of addict's loved ones. Meeting and making friends with people sharing similar struggles in addiction is vital to recovery process. When everyone is prepared, a meeting is organized with the one about whom everyone is worried.
Can An Addiction Specialist Help?
Consulting an addiction specialist like alcohol and addiction advisor, social worker, psychiatrist, psychologist or interventionist, can help you with organisation of an intervention that would work. You need expert advice point out addiction trigger situations, guide you in choosing a suitable treatment program which leads you down the recovery path to quit substance abuse to enjoy staying sober through engaging in productive activities in life.
Having professional help is advisable even though many interventions are staged without an intervention expert. There is no specific designated place for intervention. This is very important that the expert are there while Intervention is conducted in order to help you stay on the line in the case you loved one:
Has a history of serious mental illness
Has shown violent behaviour in the past
Has recently talked about suicide or shown suicidal behaviour
May be saying several mood-altering substances
If you suspect your loved one may react self-destructively or violently, it is important to consult an intervention professional.
Without a doubt. When done with someone who has training and experience in the field of interventions, more than 90% of people decide to get help.
Can Intervention Result In Failure?
Sure. However, the majority of interventions give the desired result, as was mentioned above. An individual sometimes avoid to take help at the Intervention process, but return back to us for help in some cases.
Who Gets Involved In Doing An Intervention?
Drug Rehab Glasgow is sure that most interventions have professional direction. Deciding who should come to attend the intervention - parents, partners, siblings, co-workers, friends, etc. can be assisted by the interventionist. With the correct people the Intervention bring fruitful and productive results.
Where Do You Begin?
Intervention may not be appropriate or necessary for all circumstances or all families. The safest and trusted approach is to consult with the nearest Drug Rehab Glasgow Associate to discover the right way forward for you, family and friends in handling addiction situation.