Intervention

Loving Someone With an Addiction

Subject: 
Recovery
Minutes Long: 
60 min.

For those who live with an addiction, it is both hearbreaking and exhausting. Family members are torn between how to help the addict and how to avoid supporting the addiction. Through interviews with experts and with families who have experienced the addiction of a loved one, this video will offer hopefilled support in the form of practical information, advice from others who have been there, and the power of shared experiences.

Produced By: 
Charity Spatzeck-Olsen

Intervention Techniques: Do's And Don'ts

Subject: 
Intervention
Minutes Long: 
45

Use in educating family, employer's and concerned others in basic techniques of the intervention process.  Key points are amplified by graphics and demonstrated by an "Intervention Team" performing "mock" interventions.

Produced By: 
Johnson Institute

Intervention: How To Deal With The Addict In Your Life

Subject: 
Intervention - denial
Minutes Long: 
52

Takes viewers through an eight-step intervention process in a chemically dependent person’s life, using short dramatizations.  Explains denial, the major obstacle to recovery, enabling and co-dependency. 

Produced By: 
Wilron Media

Intervention and Recovery

Subject: 
Intervention
Minutes Long: 
28

Employers, friends, family members and family doctor can assist someone abusing alcohol/drugs to enter treatment and recovery. Answers such questions as -- "What is intervention?" "How do we overcome denial?" "Who makes up the intervention team?"

Produced By: 
FMS Productions

Enabling: Masking Reality

Subject: 
Enabling
Minutes Long: 
22

Our normal healthy social instincts become distorted by chemical dependence. Viewers will see how attempts to be helpful often enable dependents to escape the consequences of their problem.  This video is useful as a pre-intervention tool. 

Hosted by Hugh Downs of 20/20.

Produced By: 
Johnson Institute

Enablers, The

Subject: 
Alcoholism intervention
Minutes Long: 
52

Problems with an alcoholic person? This film puts the problem of enabling into perspective and teaches concerned individuals how to stop hurting and start helping. 

 PART 1. Deals with enabling followed by.

 PART 2. The Intervention showing what happens when the people around the alcoholic decide to take positive action. Motivated by love and concern, they all work together with a counsellor to take the first step to recovery. 

Produced By: 
Johnson Institute
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