Recent studies have shown that a high percentage of all chronic pain patients also struggle with traumatic stress. Findings also demonstrate that individuals who suffer from posttraumatic stress disorder are at much higher risk for developing chronic pain.
It was believed by professionals in the drug and alcohol treatment
field, and even those recovering in A.A., that a practicing
alcoholic/addict must reach “bottom” before he/she would benefit from
any kind of help for his/her addiction.
Have you ever played the game, “If you could go back in time and have dinner with anyone in history, who would it be?”
I hope you enjoyed Part One, of So You Want To Be An Interventionist! I will now continue with Part Two. Please remember, in this series, I am speaking to a new prospective person who is contemplating entering the field of intervention specialty.
When is it too late for an intervention? I believe as long as an addict
is breathing it is never too late, you never give up. There is still
time to save a life.