The Process Of Interventions With Families And Risks & Benifits Discussion


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DQ#2: Describe the formal process of intervention. What are the benefits and risks of utilizing this approach? Are
there situations where it would not be indicated?
The formal intervention process begins my making a plan for the intervention, someone close to the individual will
come up with the plan for the group, who should be in the group and what each individual in the group’s role will
be. A trained professional should be consulted as it can get intense, and emotions can get running high. The family
should have an idea of how bad the problem is and what treatment options are available for the client. The team
will decide on what date and time, individuals who do not have specific roles will be support for the individual and
team and keep the focus on the individual treatment. The team should have consequences decided if the
individual doesn’t attend treatment. Team members can make notes on what to say so that they can keep it the
focus on the individual, substance use and treatment. Once the individual has entered treatment, it is important
that someone follow ups and helps the client continue recovery (Staff, 2017).
Staff, T. M. (2017, July 20). Intervention: Help a loved one overcome addiction. Retrieved from The Mayo Clinic:
My response:
Good morning Tonya
Professor: Inspiration Station: Authenticity
Being authentic is imperative if you hope to develop an honest relationship with a family. I have noticed that
children in particular are good at spotting inconsistencies in words and actions.
Perhaps this could be our challenge for the day:
“How would your life be different if…you approached all relationships with authenticity and honesty? Let today be
the day…You dedicate yourself to building relationships on the solid foundation of truth and authenticity.” ~Steve
My response:
Professor: Stefanie and Class: Informal Interventions?
Do you think that friends, colleagues and family members have opportunities to express concern about another’s
substance abuse? Do people tend to talk about their concerns or “not get involved”? Do you have any examples of
such “informal interventions”? Do you think they can be effective?
My response:
Professor: Therapeutic Benefits for Family Members?
What might be some of the therapeutic benefits for family members who participate in an intervention for a loved

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