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If you are someone who wants to be able to help people overcome addictions, you need to be properly trained. Trying to help someone with alcoholism without being proper alcohol intervention training, for example, could cause more harm to them than good. The following guide walks you through a few things you need to know about being trained to provide help to addicts.
The Training Will Take Time
You are not going to be able to learn everything that you need to know within a few weeks or months. You need to be willing to dedicate quite a bit of time to your training. You want to be sure that you are properly prepared to handle any situation that comes to you when you start helping the addicts. Addicts are not always warm, welcoming people when they are trying to kick an addiction, and you need to know how to handle the many different sides of an addict you will see.
You Need to See a Psychologist
Before you even start training to help addicts, you need to be sure that you are able to handle the emotions that will come with helping them. There may be times where you get close to an addict during their treatment only to find out that they have relapsed and passed away. You need to be sure that you are able to psychologically handle such a loss. There are many people who cannot handle that type of pain and are not cut out to work directly with addicts. Knowing if you are able to work with them before you start your training will be important.
You Can Start Working in an Intervention Program Right Away
If you want to see what you can expect when you start working with the addicts directly, you may want to get a job working at an intervention program. They are always looking for people to help around the building with cleaning, cooking, or simply watching to make sure that the building is safe. You will be able to see what to expect and make a living at the same time.
Once you finish your training, you will be able to work with professionals who have been helping addicts for a long period of time. You want to be sure that you learn strategies from them so that when you start working with the addicts on a one-on-one basis you are able to handle things in the proper way.Share
23 January 2018