Personal Professionalism

Our professional staff has decades of experience in sobriety and in the addiction treatment field. In order to garner trust, it is necessary that someone believe that those guiding him/her know how he/she feels. It is imperative in this nascent stage of recovery for clients to feel safe and secure. Our staff has learned how to navigate real life situations with grace, dignity, and sobriety. Once a client becomes comfortable and has confidence in the process of recovery, we will provide additional support that may range from intervention, sober companionship, sober coaching, individual and group therapy, psychiatric care, anger management, and/or career counseling services, to name just a few. During this entire process, the anonymity of our clients and staff remains of utmost importance. Privacy and discretion is vital in order to further ensure the trust and safety of our clients.

 
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Eric Moore, CADC II, ICADC, CIP

Eric began his mission of interventions on the premise of providing nothing less than excellence to his clients and families. His understanding of what is needed to begin a life in recovery gives him the compassion and empathy that is necessary in all his interactions with clients and loved ones. His dedication to the recovery community and those who struggle with addiction is beyond reproach. With over a decade of experience working in the behavioral healthcare arena and years of experience working on the front lines with, what others would consider to be, the most difficult cases he has shown that everyone can recover and find a new way of life when given the appropriate environment, opportunity, and guidance to do so. He believes that when people are met with positive regard for their own desires or dreams, love, and compassion from those closest to them the intervention process is much more powerful and, therefore successful.

Evan Amarni, M.S., LAADC-CA, ICADC, CIP

Evan has been working in the behavioral healthcare industry for over 10 years. Spending a majority of his career working with individuals who have been incarcerated most of their lives and showing them a different lifestyle than what they have been accustomed to has helped shape his perception of how addiction can take a toll on those suffering. Evan really enjoys working with families and partnering with them through the intervention process. He does this by offering direct feedback in a loving and caring way, setting the tone for how the family will carry on in the healing process. Evan has sat on numerous boards including the California Association of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselors and the California Consortium of Addiction Programs and Professionals. His most rewarding moment in any intervention is when he witnesses a family that has been torn apart by addiction reunify in a more healthy dynamic than when he first started working with them. He believes undoubtedly that the family must seek out help and put forth effort in their own healing process in order for the reunification process to be most successful.  

These two interventionist professionals work as a team, a single unit, in the intervention process. They have the flexibility to switch roles during the process and change trajectories based on the given situation, in the moment. It is by this capability that they find working as a team is more effective and leads to a more successful intervention process.