Brad is an author, teacher and interventionist best known for helping people make life-enhancing change. Brad’s mission is to help families have “more good – less bad” in their lives and reduce suffering.
I have been in private practice since March of 2010, as founder and owner at Hope Family Interventions. I have also partnered, contracted, or collaborated with Brad Lamm, Louise Stanger, Dr. Reef Karim, Sean Firtel, and other prominent professionals in the field of intervention and addiction treatment.
Reach Aftercare, LLC
After undergraduate at Ohio Wesleyan University and completing his MBA (1995) from Penn State’s Smeal School of Business, John embarked on an 10-year career trading...
Working at residential treatment center for the past 8 years and have owned a womens sober living in LA for 3 years.
All About Interventions
Dr. Louise Stanger is an expert clinician with over 35 years experience working with families and conducting interventions. Her interventions are extremely beneficial for families who have loved ones.
Patricia is a Nationally Board Registered Interventionist and Addiction Specialist who has conducted hundreds of successful Interventions both in Canada and in the U.S. She is a member of the California Consortium of Addiction Programs and Professionals and holds an accredited Certification in Addiction Studies.
West Coast Recovery Centers
Sean Firtel CIP, RAS has worked in the recovery and intervention field for the past 4 years. His work experience includes i911, Intervention Specialists and his own company Continuum Care Intervention Services.
S. Dillon Consulting
Steven Dillon founded S. Dillon Consulting in 2011 to fulfill his passion for helping families affected by addiction. He has performed successful interventions across the U.S., and his experience, strategies, and intervention model have allowed him to place the majority of his clients in appropriate treatment.
I have worked in the addiction industry helping families and their loved ones find recovery for over 11 years in varying capacities. It was while working in the admissions department for one of the top treatment.