Clinical Intervention Services based out of Colorado Springs
As a clinical interventionist in Colorado Springs, we are able to handle clients not only locally, but in other states too. Our process involves the following:
Participants: Family & loved ones who can and will engage in a rapid, dynamic dialogue that finds a common highest denominator for all parties invested that becomes a static, initially non-negotiable offer to the identified (addict) patient. All participants are patients (learners) in this clinically guided process for substance abuse treatment.
Roles: Facilitator(s) help to form and initiate the intervention plan, and as needed, to provide consultation in the post-agreement phase of the substance abuse treatment intervention; Responsible Party acts as the business negotiator between the facilitator, identified patient & family/friends; Liaison serves as a broker and communicator between the identified patient & family/friends.
Magna Carta: With facilitation, participants will formulate a document that represents and codifies the expectations of the group. This document may, as the historical Magna Carta turned out, be alterable by key participants (or Responsible Party) and require the explicit trust and acceptance of the signers of the document.
Associate Facilitators: As a team-oriented clinician and field educator, I offer the advantage of other affordable resource persons ranging from experienced clinicians to interns. These associates are available on a case-specific, as-needed basis. Family coaching, progress review and trouble-shooting are each functions that associate facilitators may perform for substance abuse treatment in Colorado Springs.