Fort Worth Intervention
The “Smart” Model
Professional interventionists use proven techniques for successful interventions. The S.M.A.R.T. Model is one that uses cognitive behavioral methods. The interventionist will delve into the mental behavior of the addict to understand why they are behaving the way they are. There are 3 types of S.M.A.R.T. Interventions that can be used in a Fort Worth intervention.
The S.M.A.R.T. Recovery Intervention is a lifetime commitment. The approach is similar to most twelve-step programs for alcohol and narcotics. Religion may or may not take a part in this type of Fort Worth Intervention. The key elements include inpatient care followed by monitored living arrangement in a sober group home for six months. Group meetings and outpatient care is on going to the end goal of a complete change in lifestyle that is dedicated to sobriety.
A Crisis Intervention is intended to deal with an immediate drug or alcohol problem with the end goal of getting the addict into treatment. This S.M.A.R.T. model of Fort Worth intervention is the most common approach to helping an addict with the support of family and friends concerned about the addict’s life choices. We work very closely with the entire family unit to prevent a complete family breakdown. This type of intervention gets the entire family on board, insures that everyone understands that the addict is in crisis, and needs help to lead a sober life. The interventionist becomes an important part of the life of the entire family unit. They will lead the way to healing, acceptance, and recovery. The interventionist and the family work together as a team to form the best treatment plan that fits the individual needs of the addict.
Closure Intervention permits a family to consider that they have done all that is possible before moving on to a new stage in their life and the life of the addict. No matter the outcome, all involved in this Fort Worth Intervention need to know and feel that they have done all that is in their power to help the addict. There are times that and intervention just doesn’t go as planned. There may be many reasons for this such as the addict may have had addiction problems for many years, or they are terminally ill. The Closure intervention signifies the end of ill feelings toward the addict and brings the family into acceptance of the situation, good or bad. Our intervention services are ongoing, until we are no longer needed. The main goal of a S.M.A.R.T. Closure Intervention is for the family and the addict to move on and begin to heal.
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Only a professional should perform any kind of Fort Worth Intervention. Professional interventionists specialize in addiction recovery for the addict and the entire family. They will work with you throughout the entire process, from beginning to end. They will guide the family to make the right decisions that will heal the family unit and the addict. Recovery is always the ultimate goal, and we are here to help every step of the way.