Reasons for Intervention

Lack of Insight or Denial

Safety Concerns

Need Professional Guidance

Declining Health

Avoid Future Consequences

Desire for Recovery

What Is Intervention?

Intervention is a powerful tool aimed at starting positive change and providing support. It is a caring and structured process that is designed to address the harmful behaviors that come with addiction or mental health disorders. An intervention usually involves a group of worried family members, friends, and professionals who come together to confront the individual about their condition and its impact on themself and others. The goal is to break through the person’s denial and resistance and help them recognize that they need treatment. This carefully planned intervention is focused on expressing empathy and concern while laying out specific consequences if the person refuses to seek help. It provides a safe space for open communication, education, and unconditional love, with the ultimate goal of encouraging the person to accept the assistance and start their journey towards recovery and healing. The intervention process emphasizes the importance of treatment options, highlighting the support available and offering hope for a healthier future. By intervening in this way, we can initiate a turning point in an individual’s life, guiding them toward the resources and support they need to overcome their addiction or mental health challenges.

Personalized Approach 

I believe that each individual struggling with addiction and mental health disorders is unique, with their own set of challenges, needs, and motivations. By taking the time to understand their specific circumstances and tailoring my intervention strategies accordingly, I can create a deeper connection and identify the most effective methods for encouraging positive change. This personalized approach allows me to address the underlying causes of addiction and mental health disorders, treating the person as a whole rather than simply focusing on the symptoms. I recognize that successful intervention requires empathy, compassion, and a deep understanding of the complexities involved. By customizing interventions to meet the individual’s needs, I create an environment that fosters trust, hope, and the belief that recovery is possible. This personalized approach not only increases the likelihood of a successful intervention but also sets the foundation for long-term recovery and a healthier, more fulfilling life.

Why Hire a Licenced Interventionist 

Hiring a licensed interventionist is important when dealing with addiction and mental health issues. Addiction is a very complex disease and involves not only the individual struggling with addiction but also those around them. Required training and programs that licensed interventionists go through give them a wide range of tools to help individuals and their families. Through my specialized education and training, I have been given the tools to navigate the complexities of addiction and mental health issues with expertise and sensitivity. These tools include expertise in evidence-based intervention strategies, an understanding of addiction dynamics, knowledge of treatment options, an objective perspective, and a compassionate approach. My training has provided me with the ability to create personalized intervention plans designed to address the specific needs of each individual I work with. My role as a licensed interventionist is to create open communication, provide support and guidance, and connect individuals and their families with appropriate resources and support systems.


Why I Care

I am committed to my work in conducting interventions and providing support because I have personally experienced the destructive power of drug and alcohol addiction. At one point in my life, I too battled with these demons, and I have witnessed firsthand the toll they can take on individuals and their loved ones. The pain and suffering that addiction causes, often leading to the loss of lives, has left a permanent mark on my heart.

Having gone through my own journey of recovery, I understand the importance of early intervention. I firmly believe that intervening before it’s too late can be a life-changing opportunity for individuals struggling with addiction. I have seen how timely and compassionate assistance can redirect someone toward a path of healing and growth.

Regrettably, there are instances where intervention comes too late and the opportunity to support and save lives slips away forever. It is this awareness, this sense of urgency, that fuels my dedication to helping individuals before it reaches that irreversible point. Every person’s life is invaluable, and I firmly believe that everyone deserves a chance at redemption and transformation.

Through my work in interventions, I hope to provide the tools, guidance, and support necessary to empower individuals in their battle against addiction. By intervening early and offering a way out, we can help shape a brighter future for those trapped in the cycle of addiction, preventing the irreparable damage that may occur if we wait too long. I am driven by the belief that no one should suffer alone and that every life is worth fighting for.

Getting Started is Easy

Free 30 Min Consultation

I offer completely free 30-minute consultations. Let’s talk about what’s going on and how I can help.


Hire Me

The next step would be to hire me and give me the okay to move forward.

Start Planning

Once I get the okay to move forward, I will start planning the intervention and connecting with the individual and their families to create an intervention tailored to the individuals specific needs.

Frequently Asked Questions

How can we best support our loved one during the intervention process?

Healthy boundaries and as much love as you can give. 

What do you include in the intervention price?

Full intervention services, pre-family planning, setting up treatment, travel arrangements, and my case management service. 

What is the price of an intervention?

Contact me anytime for pricing at (801) 573-4188

Are you available for follow-up support and meetings after the intervention?


What are the signs that indicate a need for intervention?

The individual’s life is out of control with addiction.

Who should be involved in the intervention process?

Anybody willing to be supportive and loving towards the individual.