Reimagining intervention and family recovery
Hazelden Publishing hosted 4 free webinars featuring Debra and Jeff Jay, in March 2022. You can watch the webinars anytime. Register for the webinars HERE.
- Revolutionizing Intervention: Expanding the Purpose of Family Intervention
- Intervention as a Living Spiritual Negotiation: Before, During, and After Treatment
- Reimagining Family: Creating a Home for Lasting Sobriety
- Blow the Walls Off the Old Paradigm: Harness the Power of Structured Family Recovery Teams
Throughout the series, we will be working with the new editions of Love First (Hazelden 2021) and It Takes a Family (Hazelden 2021). If you are interested in an expanded experience during the four-part series, please have copies of these books on hand.
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1. Revolutionizing Intervention: Expanding the Purpose of Family Intervention
The commonly accepted definition of intervention is to deliver an addicted person into a treatment setting. This definition limits the purpose of intervention and opens it up to short-sighted techniques. When we revolutionize intervention, expanding its purpose, everyone benefits — the addicted person, the family, and treatment professionals. We will explore how intervention reimagined can play a key role in facilitating long-term success.
2. Intervention as a Living Spiritual Negotiation: Before, During, and After Treatment
Intervention is always a negotiation. The form a negotiation takes sets the groundwork for determining what happens during and after treatment, and the quality of family relationships. We will explore negotiation as a living communication that builds recovery-focused coalitions that endure over time.
3. Reimagining Family: Creating a Home for Lasting Sobriety
Newly recovering loved ones eventually return home from treatment. For most, recovery is a solo experience within a family system, with no shared recovery language or support. This leads to what Winslow Robinson, Ph.D., describes as routine recidivism. We will explore the elements required for families to create homes that naturally support lasting recovery.
We will explore how families can create a home environment that integrates recovery in a way that not only supports ongoing sobriety but also creates a sense of belonging, growing trust, and happiness. We will explore the nuts and bolts of Structured Family Recovery® and how families join the recovery journey long-term, creating a common experience and language of recovery.
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