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You don't have to do this alone.

And you don't have to wait for them to "find their bottom" either. I will work with your family to create open, honest, invitational interventions that preserve the dignity and respect of your loved one.  

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There is Hope

If you are reading this, chances are you need some help. Before we get into telling you why you might want to hire me to help you, please take this free guide: "How to Help your Loved One." This will help you in the days to come. Know that I are here for you. I work nationwide. You don't have to do this alone. 

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Thank you for stepping into my life and helping me get the help I so desperately needed and wanted. I feel stronger and more hopeful than ever. That is nothing short of a miracle.

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The work you did for our family changed my life. I was terrified and your kindness and work with our family brought me hope in our darkest moments. 

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Clay saved my family and for that I am forever grateful. I cannot imagine what my life would be like had he not been there. 

How it Works

To get started, just select a day on my calendar to make an appointment. Our first call is free.

During that call we will talk about what's going on in your family. We'll talk about previous attempts at quitting, what's worked and what hasn't, and what your family history is. Then we're going to talk about network building. That's the core of what we'll do over the next six months: building a family network of support. See, this isn't just about helping them: It's about helping you.

You deserve a network of support. We will build it together and it will become a long-standing asset for you and your family. It will be the principal asset we use to encourage your loved one to go to treatment, and to stay in treatment for as long as clinical staff recommends they stay -- usually somewhere between 30-90 days. During your loved one's stay, the network will meet weekly, online -- whether your loved one decides to attend or not. See, addiction affects everyone, and everyone needs support in dealing with it. 

After your loved one leaves treatment we will keep meeting. We will do this for about six months, creating new healthy family systems that will not only ensure the success of your loved one, but also help stop the disease from being passed on to future generations. We will learn to talk about the kinds of support various members of the family need, and how the whole family can combat the disease. And, at the end of six months, the family will have the tools it needs in order to combat the disease and I will stay on-call for you should you need additional help or resources from us. 

It starts with the first call which is completely free.