Alcohol Intervention

An alcohol intervention is an intervention usually planned by the family, but sometimes by an employer or friend, that is facilitiated by a professional interventionist. 

The most common reasons for an alcohol intervention are:

Many times an alcohol intervention is done because the alcoholic is unwilling to admit he or she has a problem. The intervention is no guarantee the alcoholic will admit this, but by having a professional address the behavior in a controlled environment, it is often the first time the alcoholic sees through the haze of their denial.

It is strongly advised that you choose an alcohol interventionist with many years of experience and who is aboard registered Interventionist.