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Drug and Alcohol Interventions: Do They Work?

2022-11-06T13:59:03-05:00March 22, 2022|Addiction Recovery, Family Interventions, Family Recovery, How to Host an Intervention|

When families contact us here at Suntra Modern Recovery, one of the most common questions is about the success rate of our addiction intervention services. What we’ve found is that many people have little or no understanding of what an intervention is. In pop culture and the media, interventions are portrayed as...

What Does an Intervention Look Like?

2022-10-18T20:23:17-04:00June 19, 2021|Addiction Recovery, Articles, Family Interventions, Recovery Coach|

An intervention is not a one-off event; it is a recovery process. I commit to working with families for 90 days to ensure that the person suffering begins treatment successfully and has a plan that will ensure long term recovery. Committing the first time can lock in lasting recovery, making the intervention a process that only has to be done once.

Case Study: Ivy League Cocktail (May)

2020-11-17T22:33:00-05:00November 17, 2020|Family Interventions|

May began her career at a hard-charging tech start up – it was a difficult job to get, but at a quality company that matched the quality of her college. Her hours were long and stressful and the job was very demanding. May continued to use Adderall at her job, which was common among the other young people at her company – they ever traded pills just like May had back in high school and college.

Recovery After Rehab: There Has to Be A Plan

2022-11-06T11:48:55-05:00February 25, 2020|Addiction, Addiction Recovery, Alcohol and Drug Interventions, Alcoholics Anonymous, Concierge Recovery Services, Family Interventions, Family Recovery, Recovery Coach, Recovery Coaching|

A 30-day treatment program is only the beginning of recovery; the most important part of treatment is what happens when someone returns home. After care for rehabilitation is essential to the full recovery process. Maintaining sobriety in the confines of a treatment center is easy, but when someone returns home all of the stressors and triggers will still be there.  

How Pre-flight Planning and Intervention Are Related

2022-11-11T17:00:05-05:00February 22, 2020|Addiction, Addiction Recovery, Addiction Recovery Programs, Alcohol and Drug Interventions, Family Interventions, How to Host an Intervention, Interventions, Uncategorized|

I liken my approach to addiction interventions to that of getting an airplane ready to fly. Just as a pilot must exhaust a list of external factors in order to fly successfully, a successful intervention requires just as much forethought.

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