Teen Drug Intervention
Intervention & Addiction Crisis Prevention
Have you discovered that a teen in your life has been struggling with alcohol or drug abuse, chemical dependency, or other forms of addictive behavior? For most parents, finding out that their son or daughter has been struggling with teen drug abuse is an extremely frightening and exceptionally confusing revelation. Thoughts of failure, disappointment, guilt, and embarrassment frequently flood a parents mind. Please remember that you are not the only parent to face such a baffling, disruptive and difficult situation. Most importantly, please know that families can learn how to respond and become proactive in responding to such problems.
If you want immediate help, call me to schedule an appointment or arrange a telephone conference. 206-547-4357
Learn about just how intervention specialists can help you restore safety and peace of mind.
If you are troubled by your loved one’s abuse drugs or alcohol, a one hour phone consultation will help you explore your options for restoration and safety. Numerous “harm reduction” approaches and decisive change options are available by means of a broad range of teen intervention models and methods of family change.
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The Science Behind Teen Drug Abuse and Addiction
Through the Teen Drug Abuse website, we attempt to educate people about why teens begin using, what they are using, and how various drugs affect teens physically, socially, and mentally. This site is full of helpful information about teen drinking, adolescent substance abuse and addiction in teenagers. Be sure to visit the “Teen Drug Abuse Articles” section and educate yourself about teen drug intervention. This section has several articles about the effects of teen drug abuse and about some specific information about popular drugs that teens are abusing today.
The Hart Center Mental Health Counseling.
Dr. Patrick J. Hart: Licensed Mental Health Counselor.