All of my experience and expertise is geared towards helping you achieve ONE Singular Result:
Help Your Loved One Live Sober and Happy
First, we provide a thorough assessment of your loved one's problem.
Then you choose the best solution to help him.
We both want your loved one to stay sober.
But staying sober isn't possible unless we get him sober first.
Why Choose Me?
I'm the head substance abuse counselor and Interventionist for the New York City Fire Department. I became a firefighter in 2008. As a firefighter I wanted to help my peers who struggled with substances. As you can imagine, drinking isn't just acceptable for firefighters, it's encouraged. I became the go-to counselor for guys who didn't believe they needed help. I've heard every imaginable explanation and objection. Many were ambivalent about getting sober. Some were outright defiant and resistant. Still, most agreed to get help within an hour. For the FDNY and in private practice, I've convinced hundreds of people to get help for addiction.
Both of my parents were in addiction recovery. I've seen this work for them and countless others my entire life. I struggled with alcohol and cocaine addiction. I know the pain of wanting to stop and not being able to. I couldn't stop and I knew where to go for help! Today, I have 13 years sober. I believe everyone deserves an opportunity for recovery. Yet, the majority of people with addictions never get that opportunity. My personal mission is making sure every family knows recovery is possible for their loved one.
My parents were divorced when I was a little boy. My mother had sole custody of me. She worked full time, took care of me and maintained her own sobriety. When I struggled with addiction, she handled it with grace and dignity. Through conversations with my mom these last few years, I've extracted and packaged the same tips and tricks she used on me to get me sober at 17. Without her, I never would've gotten sober. Yes, she was amazing, she was awesome, she was brilliant, (I'm a little biased). But most importantly, what my mom did is duplicatable. Meaning you can do it too. And I can show you how.
Here's What I Know About You...
You're Not in Denial.
You know waiting for your loved one to "be ready" or "hit bottom" doesn't make any sense.
And you know "letting go" means the addiction will get worse.
Others offer their opinions and make suggestions, but you know they don"t "get it."
You don't want to be tough, confrontational, or mean.
You just want this to get better.
You want this fixed and you're not sure what to do.
Start With A Single Conversation
Schedule a complimentary call today. There's no obligation. No fluff. You'll gain clarity, learn your best options and know exactly what to do next.