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When an individual is unable or refuses to address a pattern of unhealthy behavior, family, advisors, or employers may reach a point where they require professional help to facilitate a conversation.

O’Conner Professional Group provides nuanced Interventions facilitated by clinically sophisticated professionals. Interventions can be the first step in getting your loved one help and breaking through resistance. 

Our dedicated team of clinically trained and supervised interventionists understand how hard it can be to want to help someone you care about while not being sure how to discuss treatment without making the situation worse.

Our Services Address

  • Mental Health Issues
  • Substance Abuse and Other Compulsive Behaviors
  • Eating Disorders
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder and Other Special Needs
  • Evolving Needs of Older Adults and Their Families
  • General Mental Wellness and Life Transitions

Intervention Services

Sample Intervention Process

  • Gathering background from relevant parties

  • Determination of the type of intervention or facilitated meeting that will best match the situation

  • Selection of an appropriate interventionist or team

  • Preparatory discussions with family members, employers, and/or advisors

  • Discussion of appropriate boundaries to be implemented if the client refuses help

  • Selection of residential or outpatient services to be offered

  • Identification of appropriate participants

  • Guidance and review of intervention letter if appropriate

  • Coordination of admission logistics

  • Creation of a long-term care plan and assignment of a case manager or family coach

  • Intervention rehearsal

  • Facilitation of the intervention

  • Follow up support with client, family members, employers and/or advisors, including implementation of care plan

Family members, advisors or employers should recognize that an intervention is the first step in the therapeutic stabilization or recovery process. Whether or not the individual accepts help, it is essential for concerned parties to remain invested in supporting healthy behaviors.
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OPG services are not covered by insurance.