The word “intervention” might conjure up certain images based on what you have seen in
There is a common misconception that someone needs to reach “rock bottom” before they can
In order for the family to best support the individual in treatment, those wounds need to be acknowledged and given the proper resources to heal.
If you are becoming concerned about your substance use and are looking for a way to regain control of your life, you are not alone in that feeling.
Family members concerned about their loved one might become frustrated or feel helpless when they run out of ideas for how to help or when their loved one rejects their attempts to aid them.
In many situations where an individual is struggling with substance abuse, their family members are the first ones to recognize the need for a change.
Even in the most ideal situations, families can experience breakdowns in communication that contribute to conflict, and this common problem can be further exacerbated when addiction is involved.
When you are seeking a mental health professional for yourself or your loved one, the options can be overwhelming.