Why Become a Nationally Certified Intervention Professional?

National Intervention Certification and Training
As a Trained and Certified Interventionist, you will be on the front lines of assisting clients to get the help they so desperately need for their drug and alcohol addictions. As an addiction interventionist, you will be assisting the family in providing a family drug intervention or help for an alcoholic in their family. As a top interventionist you will assist the family and the client in finding the most appropriate setting for the client to get help for their Substance Use Disorder, including alcohol rehab. If you have ‘the gift’ to help people get into rehab or detox and turn their lives around, this career as a Professional Interventionist is for you. You are probably in recovery yourself and have a true desire to help people by using your intervention training skills.  (learn more through the link above)

Seats are still available for our next, upcoming Intervention Professional training. Register through the link below, or call 1.800.706.0318 TODAY! 

June 20th-21st  2019 

Nationally Certified Intervention Professional (NCIP) (includes case mgmt., ethics, supervision and more). Our courses include an introduction to the basics of mental health disorders such as Codependency, mood disorders, and other DSM-5 disorders, some problems that you will see when working with families and family members when performing a professional intervention. Our goal is to help you to begin to understand the basic clinical aspects of mental health and commonly seen disorders when working with family members, addicts, alcoholics, and people who suffer from all types of compulsive behaviors. We use the exclusive RAAD Model.