A recent exchange with a person conducting interventions and compromising confidentiality demonstrates the importance of monitoring activity in the intervention arena.
I have learned to look well beyond the surface in conducting interventions.
Too many publicized trainings in intervention take on the character of creating an "interventionist lite."
Would-be interventionists need to be informed of the extensive requirements for certification.
On his 32nd anniversary of sobriety, David Brown reflects on those who carried him on his journey and helped him escape the enslavement of his addiction.
What did the Johnson Model teach about intervention and how is that being applied?
In July last year Alison Knopf of this publication wrote a damning article on the Intervention Business. Did we listen? Have we learned?