Feb 222015

Drug Intervention, Alcohol Intervention

Alcohol, Xanax Intervention Culver City, CA

Dear Carmine,

It was just a week ago that Roy, Jeff, and I were arriving in L.A. for the beginning of Adam’s intervention. Leading up to that day, we had spent many hours over a 2-week period researching what an intervention involved and dealing with the emotional roller coaster of doing the best we could to help our son with his alcoholism. Ultimately, we chose you to be our interventionist based on excellent recommendations from a treatment facility in California as well as four families you helped in the past.

You began to allay our doubts and fears about whether the intervention would be successful from the moment we met you. The pre-intervention meeting was invaluable for preparing us for the actual intervention because of your professionalism, your expertise, your years of experience, your attention to the smallest details, and your personal history, combined with your obvious commitment to, and passion for, this work. The next day couldn’t have had a better outcome as you led us through the intervention with our son in a focused, precise, yet compassionate manner resulting in his agreeing to go to a 90-day rehab program.

We are so thankful that our son has taken this first big step toward sobriety, and we are eternally grateful to you for showing us the way when it at first seemed so insurmountable because we live 3,000 miles away from him. We appreciate all you have done for us and we would recommend you without any hesitation to anyone searching for an intervention specialist. You have a remarkable gift.

You may feel free to use any or all of this email as our testimony. Also, you may use us as a reference for potential clients.

We look forward to staying in touch with you.

All the best,
Beth K.
Culver City, CA
If you are unable to convince someone you care about – or feel like you are losing them, please take a moment to speak with an intervention counselor today at: 800-980-3927

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