Strategic Intervention Coaching is an Alternative Modality for Addiction Treatment
It’s a powerful blend of a variety of disciplines including: Ericksonian therapy, strategic family therapy, Human Needs Psychology, organizational psychology, neurolinguistics, psychology of influence, strategic studies and others.
The goal of this potent addiction recovery method is to take action in a fast, strategic way so that the clients human needs are fulfilled, emphasizing the importance of the the two needs required for life fulfillment: growth and contribution.
What makes Strategic Intervention unique is the belief that holistic solutions seem to appear naturally and stick when more of a person’s needs are met, expressed and elevated.
A huge part of Strategic Intervention is the focus on Human Needs Psychology (HNP).
HNP teaches that there are six fundamental human needs that everyone has, regardless of race, sex, culture or beliefs. These six basic needs are broken down into two categories. The basic needs: certainty, uncertainty, significance, love/connection. Everyone meets these needs whether they choose to in positive, neutral or negative ways. For a person to be fulfilled in life they also need to be meeting the two spiritual needs: growth and contribution.
The goal of Strategic Intervention is to develop a strategic plan with the client using this mix of disciplines, focusing on their human needs being met, and taking action.
It consists of strategies that evolve from the emotional patterns and belief systems of an individual, to individual relationships, to group dynamics, to organizational and cultural interventions.