you're reading this, then it may be Time for Change. If you
time for change, you came to the right place.
First, take a slow deep breath…
insanity of continued destructive behavior can
contagious, continuous destructive behavior from, for example,
alcohol or drug use or even depression. To witness these
difficulties in a loved one is painful. Complete exhaustion
likely occurred, yet somehow, energy returns and you look for another
to reach them. The underlying motivation for you is
And you are applauded for trying to help.
important that you understand that you did nothing wrong in trying to
reach them. You
probably did everything right. The
problem is on
the "receiving end" and it takes training and certain
skills to reach them. A professional trained in
the process of intervention and not emotionally
this make sense?
gift you can give to yourself and to the one who worries you
is the gift of Intervention.
Intervention: An orchestrated process
that, not only helps a person recognize that a problem exists
behavior but that they need professional help. The individual
realize their behavior is out of control. They may be in
The intervention process is a difficult and delicate one. If not
in the right way, the individual may become defensive and outraged at
invasion of their privacy. This may catch family and friends off guard
without proper skills, the intervention will fail, leaving the
individual in a
are not alone. Together, we will make a plan and implement
will learn better how to help
as I learn about your situation. Once we begin,
you will have my support through the end of the intervention.
is my passion...to help people regain control in their lives.
to stop the insanity? The pain? Call me. The 800
number is for your
convenience. Let's get started.
from the following:
Sex, including internet
(Elderly to Assisted Living)
restoring order to chaos by breaking through denial of the
person in self-destruct.
person and situation is unique therefore requiring a specific skill set
to address the situation. Control can be regained
through intervention, a process used to achieve that goal.
About The Interventionist:
DeKom has over 15 years experience
counseling men, women, teens
and seniors from the effects of destructive behavior,
own or someone else's. Some of these behaviors include
substance use, addiction, codependency, depression, trauma,
violence, anger, eating disorders, grief, life transitions
(elderly transition to
assisted living). She
is also a
life coach and personal growth workshop leader. She believes each
person and situation is unique.
Susan holds both an AA and Bachelors Degree
in Human Services. Certified
drug counselor in both California
she has the formal education necessary to assist the individual having
trouble, and their family and friends. She also holds a
certificate in mediation.
was raised in Northern California. Her career spans
telecommunications, government and private industries, sales,
engineering, holistic medicine, self employment and counseling.
Each experience allows her to better connect with her
She also knows the pain and frustration of witnessing self
destructive behavior in a loved one and can therefore bring a special
sensitivity to the process.
Susan loves the beach, golf, to
travel, music, sports but mostly her passion is helping others move
forward. She believes we all have Purpose and our
is to learn about that Purpose. Intervention can help all
involved move in that direction.