Is your loved one struggling with addiction, eating disorder behavior or mental illness but not ready to accept help?
At Riverwalk Counseling Center, we offer expert support and recommendations to continue recovery for the whole family.
- Start with an extended family meeting to assess the problem, the family system and the intervention need.
- Plan the intervention.
- Have intervention meeting (s).
- Assist their loved one into treatment.
- Assist in developing discharge plan.
- Follow-up during and after treatment.
- Aftercare Group
- Sobriety Groups
- Individual Therapy
- DUI Services
Why an intervention?
We recommend that you consider an intervention when you feel like you have “tried everything”.
Since 2008, Char Scott, LCSW, CADC, CIP has been conducting successful interventions to help those suffering from chemical dependency, eating disorders and mental health issues start the treatment process.
We know that the first step toward recovery begins with the family. Each significant family member needs to be heard and included in this process. Together, the family unit helps mobilize their loved one toward recovery.
Over the years we have learned the key to successful sobriety is more than abstinence. Let our experience and expertise help you put all the pieces of complete wellness together for successful, sober living.
Call 630.848.0445 to discuss your family situation
Riverwalk Counseling Center is licensed by the Department of Alcohol and Substance Abuse (DASA) – Illinois
Latest photo of Char (included in this email).
Char Scott is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor, Type 73 School Social Worker and a Certified Intervention Professional. She has been working in behavioral health since 1986.
She also has extensive training in Arise Interventions, Group Psychotherapy, analytical/psychodynamic therapy, CBT and ACT. She is active in the treatment community on a national level to stay current with treatment programs and approaches.
Char is committed to helping people get well and live happy and productive lives. She helps many people go from disease to recovery each year through her intervention program.