The intervention process involves four steps:
- Assessment and Planning
- Pre-Intervention Rehearsal
Intervention is a caring, non-judgmental method for family members, significant others, friends and/or employers to express concern about an individual’s alcoholism or addiction. This process brings the family, friends and employer together as a team.
Trained in the Johnson Institute method of intervention, Marty has conducted successful interventions since 1986. Intervention is an emotional response to a situation that does not respond to rational thought. The alcoholic/addict will recognize the need for help when the intervention team overwhelms the denial system with data, love and concern.