SOMETIMES THE HARDEST THING
IS DARING TO HOPE
Breakthrough Interventions provides family focused interventions to address the difficult dynamics that risky behaviors create in the home environment.
At Breakthrough Interventions we create successful and impacting interventions for adolescents and young adults displaying behaviors that place the individual and the family at risk.
WHY AN INTERVENTION?
Interventions are opportunities to address behavior, denial, and resistance with someone on a precipitous life path.
Interventions are about love, potential, and how to redirect someone struggling towards their dreams. Rather than using guilt, blame, or shame, we focus on the unique gifts and talent that each person has to offer. At Breakthrough Interventions, we are committed to helping each family member take the next few steps forward, both individually and collectively.
WHO WE ARE
Our therapeutic backgrounds cover every aspect in the field of treatment. While each team member has their own unique style and presence, our common
core values are consistent.
We are grateful for your trust with your loved one and we will do everything in our power to assist them through this hardship.
"It's now five years later and our son graduated with honors from a top university. He is being recruited because of his dissertation work and loves what he does. His days of drugs and running with that crowd are over. Thank you for having such an immense impact on his life."
- Parent, Vancouver, Canada
"A wise man once said, "Nothing can match the strength of those whose lives have been forged by challenging and overcoming hardships." This quote now rings true in my life. There are many hardships yet to come and now I am able to say that I know I can overcome them. Thank you for helping start this new path and believing that I could get where I am today."
Does your son, daughter, or loved one need a program for help?
Communicating that can be challenging... We can help.
Richard Curtis, LMHC LFCCI
Offices nationwide. Please call for assistance.
Phone: (610) 220-3098