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Unformatted text preview: Hagedorn 5/13/2008 MHS 6450 1 The Intervention/Confrontation Model Getting the Addicted Client into Treatment W. Bryce Hagedorn General Principles involved in an Intervention The purpose is to gain the addicted individuals attention (______________________________) Bring in loved ones and others _________________ on the individual _________________ Using children Can increase the likelihood of behavior change ______________________________________? Bring in people ahead of time and have them prepare to describe to the individual what he/she means to them General Principles involved in an Intervention Each person talks about the _______________ __________________ and what these behaviors mean to them Each person then explains how these addictive Each person then explains how these addictive behaviors will no longer be tolerated Identify ________________ individual and group Identify ________________ End result of an intervention the individual goes...
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