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Carefrontation” is our intervention method. Different from the confrontations most people are familiar with, a “Carefrontation” is love, care, and concern expressed in a compelling, straightforward, and respectful manner. The intervention is as much for you as it is for your loved one. It can feel like your loved one is barreling down a freeway with you held hostage in the back seat. A Carefrontation creates an off ramp that draws them to the curb.
To know you have done everything in your power to help your loved one will change your life.
The Carefrontation impacts the launching point, the treatment experience, and relapse prevention.
The Treatment Experience: The Carefrontation breaks down the denial barriers essential to recovery’s start. The Carefrontation letters give the lead counselor at treatment an in depth tool to engage your loved one.
Relapse Prevention: The Carefrontation experience compares to a roast, a retirement party, a tribute, and to listening in at their own funeral. It encompassed far more than just “the problem”. It safeguards their future, and yours.
Situations when intervention is appropriate: Alcohol and drug abuse or addiction, eating disorders, gambling, anger, domestic violence, suicide ideation, relationship issues, or any behavioral problems that are causing distress.
* Addictive behavior is an illness and normal willpower is NOT enough to combat it. THEY NEED YOUR HELP!
* When the problem has grown beyond a “bad habit”, it's time to confront as a well prepared caring team utilizing a professional interventionist. THEY NEED OUR HELP!
* People can live or die based on our willingness to intervene. CARE ENOUGH TO CONFRONT!
Like Quicksand! Your loved one is sinking in the quicksand of their unhealthy behavior. Your hand alone, to pull them out is not as effective as a team of people pulling together. Intervention can happen where two or more are gathered together; however four to seven is an ideal number for your intervention team.
Bottoms Up! It's true, your loved one must “HIT BOTTOM” to become ready for help and change.
The Big Myth: That we should wait for them to hit that bottom.
The Truth: The Carefrontation creates the crisis needed to “hit bottom” bringing about choice points of change for everyone.
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