Bruce Lupin is the co-founder of Entelechy Recovery Group, an addiction and mental health intervention and recovery services firm providing services across the US and internationally. He is a seasoned professional in the field of addiction and recovery. With over 30 years of experience, he holds the title of Certified Intervention Professional (CIP) and Certified ARISE Interventionist (CAI) as well as being a dedicated Recovery Coach and member of the Association for Intervention Specialists. His approach to intervention and recovery coaching is rooted in love and compassion, as he meets individuals and families where they are on their journey. He is committed to helping people on their recovery journey and find purpose and meaning in their lives through individual coaching.
Bruce’s own journey to recovery began when he was 23, and he was intervened on by his family for his addiction. Today, he is in long-term recovery and actively involved in the recovery community. He is married to his soulmate Meg and they have three sons. Bruce’s first intervention experience was in 1986, when he was asked by a family to help their daughter struggling with alcoholism and mental health issues. This experience was a turning point for him, as he realized that this was the work he was meant to do. He is inspired by the saying “we find our mission through our wounds”, and he feels blessed to be able to pass on the gift of recovery to others. Bruce has since helped hundreds of clients to date and stays in contact with many of the families.
Bruce’s process of intervention is different from others, as it is tailored to each individual and family situation. He uses a flexible framework called “Process Intervention”, which incorporates approaches from several different intervention models to create a unique process for each family. He works collaboratively with families, using his experience, skills, and intuition to lead and facilitate the process, while ensuring that decision-making remains a collaborative effort.
Bruce and his team take their work very seriously and prioritize honesty and integrity. They believe that people’s lives are at stake, and families deserve the best possible care.