“Thank God my family organized an intervention. I received treatment following that,” he said. “I got to see an intervention work with me. And then, while I was in treatment, I got to see interventions work with numerous other people in the program.”
Since getting sober, Josh has gained roughly two decades of professional experience in the addiction treatment and mental health fields. He has led Guardian Recovery Network as its grown from a single intensive outpatient program to having facilities in multiple states including Maine, New Jersey, Florida, New Hampshire and Colorado.
Josh is trained in multiple models of intervention styles including the Johnson Model, the Invitational Model and the Family Systemic Model. He has become an expert at helping families decide the right approach to intervention, then guiding them through the process. Josh has traveled to Canada, Europe and throughout the United States to stage interventions. He has a deep passion for helping families find hope and assist their addicted love one in building new lives in long-term recovery.
In addition to Josh, Guardian Recovery Network has an impressive list of other interventionists under the guidance and direction of Josh. If you don’t connect with him, there are a number of other high-quality interventionists whom you might resonate with.