Experts in Marriage, Family and Individual Counseling in Schaumburg Illinois

The Lighthouse Emotional Wellness Center is not only the first emotional wellness center founded in the Midwest, but has been providing expertise marriage, family and individual counseling in Schaumburg, Illinois for thousands of clients for over 15 years

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Serving the Chicagoland area for over 15 years

Although located in Schaumburg, Illinois, The Lighthouse originally opened its doors in Arlington Heights in 2002, and has been providing marriage, family and individual counseling services for clientele from suburbs such as Palatine, Barrington, Inverness, Hoffman Estates, Elk Grove Village, Buffalo Grove, Wheeling, Rolling Meadows, as far south as Naperville, as far west as Rockford, as far north as Gurnee, and as far east as downtown Chicago.

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Our Marriage and Family Counseling programs are conducted in a unique way to insure success

Most major insurance plans accepted such as, Blue Cross and Blue Shield, Aetna, Humana, Cigna, Tricare and Medicare.           We now also conduct teletherapy sessions!

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Counseling for Children, Adolescents and Adults

The Lighthouse Emotional Wellness Center is the first professional counseling center of its kind, founded in the Midwest over 15 years ago and dedicated to the growth and development of healthy relationships

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Marriage Counseling

Marriage Counseling

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Family Counseling

Family Counseling

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Individual Counseling

Individual Counseling

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Colorado Alcohol Rehab Centers

Colorado Alcohol Rehab Centers

When a loved one has an alcohol use disorder, it affects their family and the people they work with. Alcohol use disorder is a chronic disease where a person drinks uncontrollably and only thinks about getting more alcohol. They may be unaware of how their drinking has affected the people around them, thus staging an intervention can be a wake-up call.

At Red Rock, we help persons with alcohol use disorder. Our Colorado alcohol rehab centers provide patients with a comfortable and nurturing environment where they can find healing for their addiction. We offer group therapy as well as individual counseling in our treatment programs.

How to Stage an Intervention

Here are the essential steps you need to take if someone you love has an alcohol dependence and want to stage an intervention.

  • Plan

To succeed in an intervention, you need to plan it carefully. An intervention aims to help a loved one who is dependent on alcohol get treatment. Talk to a specialist or a doctor who has experience dealing with similar situations, and they will help you come up with a suitable plan.

  • Gather Information

Take time to research and get as much information as possible about alcohol abuse disorder and the available treatment options. Look up rehabilitation centers near you and out of town, as well as the costs involved. Take time to understand the illness and how it affects the person you are planning the intervention for.

  • Seek Willing Participants

Interventions are usually emotionally charged, and if you can, include a medical professional or a specialist in the group. Ensure that the group consists of both family members and friends. Pick a time and venue that is comfortable for all the group members.

  • Decide on What to Do

You should decide what to do if the person with an alcohol use disorder doesn’t go into treatment even after the intervention. For instance, you can stage a second intervention. Another intervention might be more successful, offering your loved one with the chance to get the help they need, when they need it most.

  • Holding the Meeting

On the day of the meeting, ask your loved one who is alcohol dependent to join you at the venue. Voice the concerns you have about their alcohol problem and the love you have for them. You can even pinpoint situations where their drinking has affected the family. Although such conversations can be scary and emotional, try to keep them as straight-forward as possible. It’s advisable to have a professional therapist present to ensure the discussions are solution-based.

Follow Up

When your loved one chooses to go into treatment, give them love, support, and care. Be there for them during their stay at the recovery center and when they come home.

Getting Help for Your Loved One

We are compassionate and nurturing and believe that love and support are the key to healing for anyone struggling with an alcohol addiction problem. Our Colorado alcohol rehab centers are staffed with professionals who ensure that all our patients receive high-quality treatment and care. For more information about our alcohol rehabilitation programs, call us today on 855.218.7588.

Colorado Alcohol Rehab Centers
Red Rock Recovery Center
(855) 908-0071
12567 W Cedar Dr #100
Lakewood CO 80228

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