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 Intervention Workshop         
 Let us teach you how to do an intervention

Intervention Workshop is a workshop that will teach you how to do a family intervention. The videos take you step-by-step through the intervention process, so you'll be knowledgeable and confident as you move forward. Marla and her team will facilitate the workshop in clear, user-friendly, easy-to-digest modules.
Our Intervention Workshop is comprised of 12 modules, covering the most frequently asked questions about intervention, enabling, treatment and recovery.

View the curriculum below.
Once you purchase a membership, you can watch the entire program on your computer immediately.

Here's a portion of what you'll learn how to do:

  •     Stop enabling
  •     Organize an intervention team
  •     How to write intervention letters
  •     Avoid manipulation by the addict
  •     Understand the science of addiction
  •     Find a good treatment center
  •     Plan and Rehearse the intervention
  •     Answer objections to treatment
  •     Reduce the risk of relapse

The Intervention Workshop is simple and it provides an affordable alternative to working with a professional interventionist. To learn more about purchasing a Membership so you can enter the Member Area and take part in the training, click here.


​​Section 1:  Introduction 

  • Chapter 1: Facing the Problem
  • Chapter 2: Underestimating the Problem
  • Chapter 3: Inside the Addicted Brain
  • Chapter 4: Misconceptions
  • Chapter 5: Enabling
  • Chapter 6: Detachment & the Brain
  • Chapter 7: Power of the Group
  • Chapter 8: Road to Integrity

Section 2: Step-by-Step​

Introduction: Step-by-Step

  • Chapter 1: Building Your Team
  • Chapter 2: Choosing Treatment
  • Chapter 3: Writing Intervention Letters
  • Chapter 4: Deciding on Bottom Lines
  • Chapter 5: Brainstorming Objections
  • Chapter 6: Choosing the Chairperson
  • Chapter 7: Rehearsal Process

Section 3: Intervention Day​

  • Chapter 1: Intervention Day​​
  • Chapter 2: After the Intervention
                                  1. Our addict has just had a major crisis. Can we still intervene?
                                  2. What if the alcoholic becomes angry during the intervention?
                                  3. What if the addict walks out?
                                  4. What if the addict says 'Yes, I'll go, but not today.'
                                  5. How do we act around our addict if he refuses to go to treatment?
                                  6. What if she doesn't follow her aftercare plan after returning home?
                                  7. What do we do if he relapses?
                                  8. What if he threatens to hurt himself?
                                  9. Should we go to his Alcoholics Anonymous meetings with him?

                                10. What does it mean 'to work a program of recovery?
                             11. When does a family need to hire a professional interventionist?
                               12. How do we get the alcoholic to the location of the intervention?
                               13. Aren't we being deceptive?
                               14. What if the alcoholic doesn't show up?
                               15. How can you say it's a disease? Where's personal responsibility?
                               16. How much time do we need for the intervention?
                               17. How do we know what language to avoid in our letters?
                               18. What if someone can't attend the intervention?
                               19. What should we pack for the alcoholic to bring to treatment?
                               20. Can we call our loved one while they're in treatment?



A subscription to Intervention Workshop gets you:

Intervention Workshop is an online video program that teaches how to plan and carry out a good, structured family intervention. The program can be viewed online, like YouTube, so you can watch all the videos in privacy.​​
YOUR INTERVENTION COACH  and Support Team will walk you step-by-step through the process. ​


Here are some of the things you will learn:

  •     The science of addiction and recovery
  •     Choosing and unifying your intervention team
  •     Preparations for the intervention
  •     How to write intervention letters
  •     How to choose a treatment center
  •     Using love to break denial
  •     Answering objections during the intervention
  •     Preparing bottom line consequences
  •     What to expect in treatment
  •     Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
  •     The journey of recovery.​
If you are going to work with a professional interventionist, the Intervention Workshop will provide you with a detailed understanding of the process, before you begin. If you are planning on doing an intervention on your own, the Workshop will teach you everything you need to know in order to plan and carry out a successful intervention.​​
Subscribe today and get all this and more.​​​​
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Interventions Skills Training

Our Intervention skills training equips participants to understand various intervention models in comparison to other models and methods  widely used in the field, and our approach which pairs intervention with long-term family recovery support and lifelong learning programs and curriculum.
1)  Compare & Contrast Intervention Approaches: ​​
  • ​  Johnson Model

  •   Systemic Model

  •   ARISE Model

  •   Intelligent Interventions method


​2)  Utilizing the Intelligent Interventions method in addressing:


  •     Co-dependency

  •     Food/Weight/ Eating Disorders

  •     Spending & Shopping

  •     Gambling

  •     Gaming & Digital “Addictions”

  •     Sexual Addiction + Pornography Dependency

  •     Chemical Dependency

  •     Alcohol Addiction

  •     21st Century Synthetics: K2, Salts & Pharma Pain

  •     Medication Dependency


3)  Intelligent  Intervention Skills Training: Busting the “Myths” that keep concerned others from helping:
  •  Develop skills competency through a variety of in-depth case studies

  •  Building Intervention Team’s

  •  Family Map Develop skills in prepping the Team and making the invitation

  •  Develop skills needed in producing a successful intervention

  •  Family Meeting Role Play  variety of case studies from start to finish    

  •  Role play   resistance  ​​ from Identified Loved One and Team members.


Training Objectives​
1) Intelligent Intervention method: What, When, Where, How, Why ​​

FLINGING FEAR FROM THE ROOM ROLE PLAY:  Engaging the Voices that Matter


2) Moving from First Call to Freedom​

INCOMING & OUTGOING   ROLE PLAY: Contracts, Contacts + Creating Change


3) Setting the Date ​



4) Circling the Wagons ​

STRENGTH IN NUMBERS VS. GOING IT ALONE  ROLE PLAy:  “Perfect World” Production of the Family Meeting


5) Crafting a Change Plan & Change Agreement ​

ID’ING NEEDS, WANTS & REALITIES  ROLE PLAy: Choosing Outpatient, Inpatient + Harm Reduction

ROLE PLAy: Creating Recovery Deliverables


6) Making the Invitation to Change ​

FOLLOWING THE SCRIPT   ROLE PLAY: NO as a Conversation Starter


7) Enabling the Team

MOVING FROM “NO” TO “YES”   ROLE PLAy: No Letters + No Tissue=Emotion Notion


8) The Family Meeting ​



9) Championing the Change ​


ROLE PLAY:   What if … ROLE PLAy: Change Contracts & Drug Testing


10) Family Matters: 183 Days to Freedom ​

ROLES, GOALS & EXPECTATIONS  ROLE PLAY:   Moving from Entrenched to Vibrant Change​​​

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