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Interventionist, family consultant, case management, addiction and substance use disorders

Interventions & Family Consulting

Jennifer DeLeon, MA, brings a wealth of experience in the Dallas, Ft Worth area as an interventionist and family consultant for individuals who suffer from substance use disorder. Holding a Master's Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology, she specializes in Trauma Informed Therapy, Family Consulting, and interventions. I acknowledge that individuals navigate their unique paths to addiction and, consequently, possess the capacity to chart their course to recovery. My services are tailored to each individual and family I collaborate with, aiming to restore health and vitality through personalized guidance, respect, dignity, and love. Serving the Greater Dallas Ft Worth metroplex


An intervention stands as an invaluable gift for both individuals grappling with addiction and the families trying to support them. It signifies the commencement of a transformative process and embodies the profound expression of a family's love and encouragement. This unwavering support plays a pivotal role in influencing the addict's decision to seek treatment positively. Throughout this journey, families not only assist but also receive the necessary support to actively participate in their loved one's recovery.

The dual purpose of an intervention includes: 

1. Encouraging the addict to willingly embrace treatment.
2. Empowering the family to reclaim control over their lives, which may have been overshadowed by their loved one's addiction.

While interventions may evoke strong emotions and discomfort, they are not intended to be harsh or confrontational. The central message conveyed during an intervention is that the family is resolute in doing everything possible to help their loved one overcome addiction, yet simultaneously unwilling to support the destructive path of addiction. Successful interventions hinge on the family's commitment, adherence to guidance, and unity.

The delicate nature of interventions underscores the importance of having a trained professional involved to ensure success while preserving dignity, respect, and love. The role of an Interventionist extends beyond inspiring the individual to seek help; it also involves re-establishing the family's authority with a renewed sense of hope and direction.

Comprehensive intervention services encompass:

1. Preparatory meetings with family members.
2. Facilitation of the interven
tion process.
3. Identification of the most suitable treatment facility based on individual needs.
4. Coordination of admission to the treatment facility, including transportation.
5. Recovery coaching and support for the family during the individual's treatment period.
6. Guidance for the family on how to support their loved one post-treatment.

Sober Companion

As a sober companion, I offer a range of services to help clients achieve and maintain long-term recovery, particularly during the critical initial stages of their journey.

Emotional Support: Sober companions provide a compassionate and non-judgmental presence, offering comfort and acting as confidantes. Clients can share their struggles, fears, and successes in a private and supportive environment.

Teaching Responsibility and Accountability: Sober companions help clients stay accountable to their sobriety and recovery goals. By fostering a sense of responsibility, they support clients in resisting triggers and cravings, aiding them in becoming sober and resilient individuals.

Relapse Prevention: Sober companions work closely with clients to identify potential relapse triggers and develop effective coping strategies. This proactive approach helps clients avoid reverting to substance use.

Instilling a Healthy Lifestyle: Collaborating with family members, sober companions assist in establishing healthy daily routines. This includes promoting proper nutrition, regular exercise, and adequate sleep, all of which are crucial for personal well-being.

Crisis Intervention: In times of crisis, sober companions are prepared to intervene confidently. They provide appropriate resources and support, including access to therapists or medical attention if necessary, ensuring clients receive the help they need during challenging moments.



Master's Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling

Trauma Certified Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TCBT)

Forensic Mental Health Counseling

Addiction Specialist, Certified Recovery Specialist (CRS)

Interventionist Professional 



Individual consulting

Case management

Family consulting

Treatment Placement

Sober Companion

Substance Abuse & Mental Health Assessments

Recovery Coaching






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