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Mental Health Interventions

At Interventions Canada, we are trained to support persons with complex mental health and trauma related intervention.

It is rare anymore to facilitate an intervention or Case management case without having clients or family members struggling with some type of complex trauma or mental health diagnosis.

One of the important aspects to providing professional services to our clients are to facilitate an assessment from family members to gain information for your loved one that relates to substance use, medication, mental health state, family history of mental health, behaviors patterns, work or school background, relationships status, history of violence, hospitalization, treatment episodes and current living situation.

In all mental health cases, we collaborate and consult with psychologist, psychiatrist, nurse, lawyers, recovery coaches, and/or mental health clinician.

All mental health interventions or case management plans are individualized for individuals and/or families to meet the needs of our clients.

Untreated mental health diagnoses and trauma can progress with symptoms and effects without treatment. Most individuals suffering with untreated mental health or trauma have a high probability to use illegal drugs and/or alcohol to self-medicate.

Families become baffled of what to do for their loved ones, we provide a handheld approach, working closely with families and individuals to take steps towards guiding safety steps, treatment placements and supporting the entire family.

It is essential to understand that persons challenged by complex addiction and/or mental health challenges are untreated and have biological factors, in the brain chemistry that prevents them from stopping the symptoms without professional help.

Steps to getting help for your loved one challenged by mental health diagnoses:

  • The importance of implementing safety, working with professionals that can help to start the process of developing a mental health plan and guide families, step by step.
  • It will be essential to collaborate with mental health clinicians to gain education, treatment planning, and gaining directions on best intervention approaches.
  • Being compassionate, mindful on how personal interactions and behaviors can have on individuals with a history of mental health and/or trauma.
  • Stay calm through interactions with your loved ones. Reach out to talk with a professional before engaging in in depth conversations with an untreated mental health loved one.
  • Be aware of your tone of voice and gain support to understand taking small steps to get your loved one help can have better treatment outcomes.
  • If you are concerns for your loved one’s mental health, and believe they may harm themselves or others, it is important to call (911), requesting a police welfare check.