I would like to recommend Amy Moore for her intervention services. Amy has done several successful interventions at my request to help professionals get help for their addictive disorders. Amy is a wealth of knowledge and helps the families and friends understand the illness. It is a magical moment witnessing a family learn how to address their own emotions and then speak the "unspeakable" in a way that is confrontational but not damaging to their relationships.
She is amazing at helping them talk to their loved one in an effective way to empower the person to get the help they need. These situations can be very unpredictable. Her expertise helps create a forum where everyone can say what needs to be said in an effective, loving manner.
I hope that anyone trying to help a loved one with their addiction, they seek help from a professional such as Amy Moore. It is complicated and emotional. Amy brings order to chaos. Her experience is second to none!
Brett H. Kessler, DDS
Amy, what can I say; you saved our son. You brought us all together, gave us the tools and helped us use them. Without you leading our intervention, we would have failed. You showed us the way to give Byron the love he needed and helped us all understand the dynamics of his disease. I have hope. I think he can break his addiction. We will all be there for him. One day at a time but we have time- we'll be available. I just want my son back.
You are an amazing woman and I want to stay connected. We are not done yet.
My family and I worked with Amy to complete a successful intervention with my husband. I reached out to Amy initially via email, which she responded to immediately. From that point forward Amy was a great support for me in working through the process of setting up the intervention. She provided education to the intervention team on the disease of alcoholism, supported us emotionally through the process and made sure we were prepared for the day of the intervention. I don't believe this intervention could have gone any smoother. I truly give credit to Amy for her support, training and guidance that we were able to successfully intervene with my husband and get him help. I will always be thankful to her
I grew up with an alcoholic mother. I loved her dearly but was frustrated and thought there was nothing I could do for her. I used to watch shows about interventions and think they were a phenomena that was only available to people who had lots of resources and money. Three years ago my desperation swelled as I stood by watching my mother drink herself to death. She was in and out of the hospital more frequently then ever before, she wasn't working, she drank the clock around. Her doctors advised her to stop drinking or she would die. She was living/ dying to drink. She looked like death and seemed to welcome the idea of it. I couldn't bear the thought of standing over her grave knowing I didn't do everything I could to save her life. I knew Amy from my personal life and knew she conducted interventions. I began asking her questions about how I could execute an intervention on my mother. She immediately started helping me with the process. We started calling treatment facilities that our family could afford. She counseled both me and my brother through the painful process of conducting the endeavor. It took about a month to figure out the logistics of how and when we were going to launch the intervention. Two days before the scheduled intervention Amy trained my family on how to lovingly approach my mother with the greatest gift of her life. The gift we were offering was recovery. The day of the intervention was painful. Mom was surprised and quiet but was receptive. Amy was there to gently lead and guide our exchange with her. After what seemed like an eternity and lots of tears, Mom accepted our gift! We took her to the emergency room to detox and then drove her 9 hours to her 30 day inpatient recovery center. That was the best day of my life. It's been three years and my mother is still sober. She can walk, and cook, and drive, and babysit grand kids. She is a miracle! She would have died if Amy hadn't guided me through an intervention. As for me, I can sleep at night because I have my mom back. I am forever grateful!
My name is Gabby and I am a recovering heroin addict. I started using heroin in college and it lasted for a year and a half and brought me to a very dark place. In September 2014, my whole world was rocked. My parents found out I was struggling with this heroin addiction and they scheduled an intervention. On that morning, my parents and Amy came in with open arms and loving hearts. Amy helped my parents get through telling me everything they had to say to me and how they believed heroin was affecting me and our family. They had mentioned to me how much they had learned from Amy and how important it was I get help. Not only did Amy help my parents get me help, but she also helped them understand what I was going through. That day was the start of a whole new journey for me. I remember all the loving words Amy had to say. I had a pretty built up wall at that time. But Amy’s suggestions and sympathy helped me not feel alone. I agreed to go to treatment that day. Amy had helped my parents find a treatment center for me and got everything prepared for me to go to treatment that very day. I went through a 30 day treatment. Being the stubborn addict I was, my story with active addiction did not end there. I ended up going back to heroin because I was not willing to listen to all the suggestions. But during the couple months of use after getting out of treatment, I never forgot what I had learned from my intervention. Despite the fact that I did end up using again after that, the intervention still had a major impact on my life and was a key component to me finding recovery. I finally gave up the fight in January 2015 and went back to rehab. I was able to reach out to Amy and get her support, sympathy, and help at any point. Today, I live drug free. I have a year clean and sober off of all mind altering substances. I am 21 years old and live on my own and I am financially stable. I have rebuilt my relationship with my family and talk to them every day. I have found serenity and it all started with the love in that room during my intervention. An intervention is scary for everyone. The family doesn’t know how things are going to turn out and an addict’s first reaction is fear and anger. But it saved my life. I was very scared and angry but today I can truly say I am so grateful for that day. I have found a new way to live and to this day I have Amy in my life and I am so proud to call her a friend.
- Gabby, Age 21, Aurora CO
There are no words powerful enough to express the superb job you did with the intervention for my daughter. She was in the depths of addiction: going in and out of detox, escaping from treatment centers, wandering in search of relief from her tormented soul. For months, the family tried everything to find a solution. But every attempt failed. Until we met you, Amy!
With your excellent coaching, your perseverance and your masterful guidance through a very effective intervention, you were able to achieve what we had longed for: her agreement to go to a treatment center — and to stay. After nearly a week in therapy, she's still in the early stages of recovery. However, I'm convinced that I will be writing again in a few months,
congratulating you on your excellent intervention and a successful, long- lasting outcome.
Thank you Amy! I will be grateful to you forever!
I performed an intervention on a nurse. She was adamant about not going to treatment. I left with her for awhile and when we returned she was ready to get help. Her brother, a MD, donned me "The Drunk Whisperer".
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