Jeff is a Licensed Professional Counselor, and holds certifications of Certified Addiction Counselor III, ARISE Interventionist, and Certified Intervention Professional. He has expanded the context of addiction and created a three-phase program that empowers families to safeguard their loved one in an addictive cycle or recovery, while they engage in a process to stop the addiction cycle in this generation. It is learning the three linear phases and integrating them into interactions, which takes repetition – but over time, increases resiliency and allows for addiction in the family to be an opportunity for transformation for the whole family.
Jeff was inspired to create a more collaborative approach to healing – by working with the family as a whole. Why? The answer is simple AND complex at the same time – the bottom line is that healthy family members allow healing to happen in the short-term and continue to heal far into the future.
I hope to see you and your family in the Family Recovery Community
A community dedicated to building remarkable outcomes.
Every Wednesday, the community comes together to discuss issues relevant to addiction, recovery and more. We talk about the various roles within the family and how they can contribute to recovery, as well as chat about any recovery-related questions that might arise. Be with others who are sharing your journey can make a significant, positive impact in your life. Learn from others. Let others learn from you.
Every Friday, the community comes together in a forum that empowers members to ask questions - and have them answered. Community members are encouraged to send their questions throughout the week, or to simply ask them during our get-together. Meaningful transformation begins with meaningful connection. Bring your wisdom and your questions to an “Addiction in the Family” open forum of questions and answers.
There’s a lot of opportunities for individuals who have had their own transformation with addiction to speak out and tell their story. This is beneficial for the one speaking out as well as for others to hear, learn, and gather inspiration and new ideas. This is an opportunity for individuals who have been or are in the role of family member of an addicted loved one to speak out, share what stage of the process they are in now, and what they’ve learned.
Here we shine light on the slow progressive stages of addiction, the slow progressive stages of impact on family members, and how understanding both are crucial for best outcomes - short term with your addicted loved one, and longterm with the level of connectedness in the family.
About the Family Recovery Deep Community.
The ideas exchanged and the shared learning experienced, serve the values and goals of the community. Deep Communities foster the type of interactions that improve understanding and leverage different perspectives to pursue common objectives.
Deep Communities are value-driven. They are deliberately designed to deliver value to community members. Connecting personal and professional growth to deep community empowers an individual to engage in continuous education and development.
Working together empowers transformation. Working together is about mutual engagement motivated by common pursuits. Deep Communities have the language and platform to pool communal resources, motivate a willingness to share, inspire participation, and adopt the type of common procedures and metrics that enable effective action.
Deep Communities empower action. Our Deep Communities bring about change. They empower community members to achieve shared objectives. Deep Community Members assist, inform and support one another. They plan, resource and execute strategies, together, aimed at common pursuits.
We are Stronger. Together.
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What People are Saying.
Jeff has excellent conceptualization skills in seeing the big picture within families with multiple needs. Clients loved to work with him. His unique life experiences singularly qualify him for working with individuals and families with substance abuse issues.
Jeff helps me to dig below the surface, simplify things, and identify issues that relate to patterns that have kept me stuck in a repeating loops. He’s down to bare bones, insightful, kind, caring with a good mix of listening and talking. Willing and able to try different paths coupled with what seems to be a sincere interest in helping me, the client!
Thank you again, Jeff, for doing such an eloquent job with the intervention process, the continuing care, structured communication with the family, and orchestrating the amazing case management. The family is lucky to have found you!
Jeff, the most helpful thing for our family was the convenience of having phone sessions from the privacy of my office, having them recorded, and involving family across the country. My relationship with my son is new and different. I’m constantly amazed with the wisdom he shares with me.