Interventions

Interventions for drug and alcohol problems are planned therapeutic interventions with trained interventionists. There are a few different methods that people use to do an intervention. Most of them are similar in the sense that they involve confronting the person on their drinking and drug using behavior. The most common method is the Johnson method. Read More

Motivation Enhancement Therapy and the Northbound Academy – How It Works.

Motivational Interviewing is a client-centered type of therapy designed to enhance motivation to change by resolving and exploring ambivalence.  The approach was originally developed by Dr. William Miller and Dr. Stephen Rollnick.  Motivational Interviewing, sometimes called Motivational Enhancement Therapy, is based on four principles: 1. Empathy.  Empathy guides the clinician and the client relationship, helping Read More

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