I was led into this field literally....

In February of 2005, I was motivated to make some life changes after a divorce.  I wanted to be a better father to two young daughters and create sustainability for me after battling anxiety, depression and chemical dependency for 15 years.  I found myself working at a wilderness therapy program for teens in Asheville, NC a month later.  I spent 200 days and nights working in the Pisgah National Forest as a field instructor guiding teens and co-facilitating the process of reuniting the families.  After working 5 years in residential and outpatient treatment, I was encouraged to become an interventionist in 2010 by my mentor Heather Hayes.  I have facilitated more than 200 family interventions and refer approx. 80 new clients each year to treatment.  90% of my referrals come from past clients that have mentioned me to a friend or family member.  

 

 

I am a trusted intervention professional and do not receive any forms of compensation from treatment providers that I refer to.