Rebecca Smith, MEd, PCC, NCAC I, BRI II, SAP
Certified Personal Development Coach & Recovery Life Coach, Substance Abuse Professional (WA State Licensed Addiction Counselor)


Call for a complimentary 30-min. telephone session:

Call or text: 520.465.7880 






    


 
Rebecca Smith, MEd, PCC, CDP, NCAC, ERYT, SAP

CALL OR TEXT: 520.465.7880
I have developed my own intervention model based on my work with families since 1991.

Addiction Intervention Coaching - Tucson, Arizona

(in-person, by telephone, or ZOOM)


• Pre-Intervention Coaching (This is a low cost approach to putting 
together the usual family intervention.) I meet or conference call with 
your family to talk about the dos and don'ts of an intervention, educate 
about substance abuse and the steps to take to formulate a plan to 
move forward. Your family has the opportunity to talk about the idea 
of an intervention and what it will take. I coach your family long enough 
to process feelings and help you create a plan to follow through on the 
intervention - whether you move forward with me or not!

• Typical Intervention - offered in Tucson, Arizona - lead the 

intervention, much like a director setting up a play - there are scripts, 

letters, rehearsals, and the actual intervention itself where, if all goes

well, the loved one goes to treatment.


Post-Intervention Coaching - support your family after the actual   

intervention event. Some of the common challenges for families who   

intervene on substance abuse are processing the intervention event,  

learning the 'dos and don’ts of supporting the loved one in treatment,  

putting together self-care, good communication, having a family  

relapse prevention plan (setting new ground rules) and simply learning  

how to trust the process.


Recovery Life Coaching (after treatment) - This focuses on helping  

clients create a long-term plan to stay in recovery, using coaching tools  

and techniques with built-in accountability. The family or intervention  

client hires me to support recovery post-treatment.


"As a Board Registered Interventionist II, Nationally Certified 

Addiction Counselor, and Certified Recovery Life Coach, I offer  

several ways to work with your family. I approach alcohol & drug  

interventions from a holistic perspective treating the entire family 

unit as the client with mindfulness and compassion. -Rebecca"


Comments from family members…

From the ‘intervention wrap up meeting’ after the intervention itself:


“Hi Rebecca, Thank you very much for helping me and my sisters 

navigate that conversation tonight. I think it could have really torn us 

apart if we hadn’t had you to really drill down to the heart of the issue. 

I appreciate you very much, and I will make sure this isn’t the last time 

we see you!!  - C. R. (5/20/19)



From my follow up survey, after the intervention:


Rebecca, I can't thank you enough for the time you spent helping me 

and my family. What made you so special to us was your ability to help 

us work through some of the hardest conversations and things we've 

ever done. You always helped advocate for us (the children) and 

honored each of us in our own journeys. Thank you - we couldn't have 

done this important work without you. S. C. (6/10/19)



















"I have developed my own intervention model, drawing from several  
factors: 

- my training specific to interventions and substance use disorders, 
- (since 1991) my years of experience orchestrating interventions,
- my professional coach training which informs my coaching approach. 

I have developed a more inclusive, client-driven coaching model for  
working with families who desire to create an intervention themselves 
or to hire me for a more formal intervention. (I also created an 
educational 5-week course for families who are not quite ready to 
embark on an intervention, but need time to process their feelings 
and want Intervention Recovery Coaching.)" 

- Rebecca Smith, MEd, PCC, CDP, NCAC

"I have developed my own intervention model, drawing from several  
factors: 

- my training specific to interventions and substance use disorders, 
- (since 1991) my years of experience orchestrating interventions,
- my professional coach training which informs my coaching approach. 

I have developed a more inclusive, client-driven coaching model for  
working with families who desire to create an intervention themselves 
or to hire me for a more formal intervention. (I also created an 
educational 5-week course for families who are not quite ready to 
embark on an intervention, but need time to process their feelings 
and want Intervention Recovery Coaching.)" 

- Rebecca Smith, MEd, PCC, CDP, NCAC





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