What Is Trauma? — September 16, 2016

What Is Trauma?

Trauma happens when something overwhelms and threatens a person’s sense of safety or ability to cope. One person’s forgettable incident may be another person’s haunting memory. For some, it could be their parents’ divorce. It could be getting lost in the grocery store. It could be having a childhood illness, or being in the hospital. It may be witnessing violence, or the suffering of a family member. It may happen with an abusive, absent or addicted parent, or silent emotional distance from a primary caregiver.

Bob Lemoine

Ormond Beach, Florida

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Trauma — September 15, 2016

Trauma

It cannot be stressed enough how important it is to consider and treat trauma when we talk about addiction treatment and recovery.  There is always a reason someone is using. When a pattern of addiction behavior has taken hold, it is not because it’s fun or feels good. People use because they are trying to maintain a sense of feeling “normal,” to feel less badly, or to feel less of anything at all.

Bob Lemoine

Ormond Beach, Florida

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Success Rate — September 10, 2016

Success Rate

According to research, interventions work 85% of the time. The 15% who do not seek treatment at the intervention meeting are more likely to accept treatment within two weeks, as long as the family members are willing to follow through on the set limitations and continue to gain recovery support for the whole family unit. Interventions are a successful process that helps the whole fam­ily and friends understand the cycle of addiction also it helps to create recovery resources.

Family — September 8, 2016
Objectives — September 5, 2016

Objectives

Assure all clients are treated with the utmost respect

Assist family members and friends in identifying recovery resources and solution-based treatment

Offer effective intervention services and after-care recovery support services; such as recovery coaching, life coaching and family case management

Assure services and support, based on best practices, are provided by qualified, compassionate Interventionists and recovery coaches

Assure the family members of continued support and aftercare services

Advise appropriate family referrals to other programs as appropriate

Continue as a resource to support family members

Bob Lemoine

Ormond Beach, Florida

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Vision — September 3, 2016

Vision

Lemoine Interventions have the focus in our Intervention delivery services that the individual is not limited by his addiction that has become obvious. It is our goal to provide the best professional Intervention practice modalities to achieve a positive outcome for all involved. At Lemoine Interventions, we utilize best evidence based Intervention service applications without limitations in regard to race, creed, financial wellness or social status.

Bob Lemoine

Ormond Beach, Florida

(386) 846-6672

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Mission — September 1, 2016
Heart to Heart — August 28, 2016

Heart to Heart

At Lemoine Interventions, our motto “Heart to Heart” was created as a way to express the importance that an intervention is an unconditionally loving, non-judgmental and care confrontation approach; directed by a professional interventionist in which friends and relatives can perform a great act of love!

Bob Lemoine

Ormond Beach, Florida

(386) 846-6672

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Helping Others — August 20, 2016

Helping Others

October 15, 1984 Mr. Lemoine realized that he had a calling to help others who suffered from addiction. His entry into coaching began with an encounter with an individual that asked for help to eliminate their desire for the use of chemicals to make them feel better. Mr. Lemoine responded that it was not the drugs, it was the inability to stay in reality and to live life on life’s terms. From this beginning, it was apparent that the interaction with others would fuel his passion for helping others find a new way of life.

Soon after the initial contact, Mr. Lemoine began to visit people incarcerated and carry a message of hope to those who could not engage in programs of rehabilitation ‘outside the walls’. His message has always remained simple: Desire to stay clean 51% of the time and recovery from addiction is possible.

As Mr. Lemoine continued to volunteer his service, his relationships with others took on a new meaning and he began to be invited to speak at gatherings to tell his story.

Bob Lemoine

Ormond Beach, Florida

(386) 846-6672

help@lemoineinterventions.com

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Wish — August 19, 2016