(PRWEB) July 10, 2015
Brad Lamm’s BreakFree Intervention skills training equips participants to understand the history and methods of various intervention models, which pairs Lamm’s invitational approach with a long-term family curriculum. Through education, case studies and role-play, participants in this three-day professional seminar learn to intervene using this cutting edge approach to family recovery.
“Having Dr. Stanger join the team brings a new dimension of experience, knowledge and wisdom to the table,” said Lamm when asked about the new partnership.
Trainings will be held in San Francisco, Los Angeles, New York and Detroit in 2015, to equip clinicians, therapists, counselors and interventionists to work with those in crisis in a thoughtful, ethical manner.
“I am delighted to join Brad’s team. This training is dynamic and fun, and full of information to help interventionists and clinicians intervene in a loving, family-centered way,” said Stanger.
Dr. Stanger is a lecturer, professor, clinician, trainer and interventionist. She has developed and refined her invitational process for complicated mental health and substance abuse interventions using the well-established qualitative research methodology of portraiture. She has performed hundreds of family interventions throughout the United States and abroad.
She is a published author whose work has been featured in the Huffington Post, Journal of Alcohol Studies, Recovery View, Sober Way, and various other magazines and scholarly publications. In addition, the San Diego Business Journal listed her as one of the top 10 “Women Who Mean Business”, as well as being named one of the Top 10 Interventionists in the country by Quit Alcohol, December 2013.
Most recently, Foundations Recovery Network, 2014 Moments of Change Conference proclaimed Dr. Stanger the “Fan Favorite Speaker”. Her memoir, Soul Survivor is scheduled for publication spring, 2016.
For more information on Dr. Stanger: http://www.AllAboutInterventions.com
For more information on Brad Lamm: http://www.Change.us
For more on BreakFree Intervention skills training: http://www.Change.us/events