Do interventions help?
Last Updated: 04/11/2015 at 1:13pm
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Depending on how they are handled. If its done in a small group, it'll be more effective. The person feels less judged
Yes, they are a very hard way to stop a person from doing something, but the end result is worth the pain.
It depends on the context. Studies show drug/alcohol interventions with coerced or forced treatment help. But if you're talking about an intervention because your friend is dating a "bad" boy, sometimes cause more hurt than good.
They always help to an extent, as they give the addict an opportunity to learn about his/her addiction. It also helps the family to say their peace to their loved one. Therefore, even if interventions don't work out the way they are intended to, I believe that they always have a benefit.
yes. they help the person in need of help know people care but are not willing to watch that person suffer anymore
Yes I think they do help, because it show that there is a communal support for the individual in need.
Interventions help based on the person and the situation. Different people have different ways of coping and taking in information.
Interventions can help in some cases. Sitting down and talking about the problem is a very head on way to do it .
It always depends on the person, really! Some people can respond well to being intervened on, but others may not. I definitely think interventions can help if you let them!
I do believe that interventions help in various problems, provided that each situation is judged based on its own merits. A third point of view is more useful than one can imagine and realise at that time.
Yes, they definitely do. After one stage when personal efforts don't suffice, interventions really have the potential to create a change. It also depends on the person and how they respond to the intervention.
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