Judith Landau The ARISE method misrepresents itself. It IS about coercion. It is an extended Johnson intervention that ‘gradually escalates’ with ‘serious consequences’ for not entering 12-step treatment. The contracts in the book Invitational Intervention involve immediate inpatient rehab if any drug is used, mandatory drug tests, and ‘natural consequences’ (which are not actually natural … Continue reading The ARISE Intervention by Judith Landau – My review
Full story here Hi Kelly, I was looking around ARISE’s website again today, and wanted to touch base on some other concerns I now have. Although it was beyond great that the 12 Step reference was removed from the Intervention Page, I am concerned that this may be misleading. On this page for Information for … Continue reading Another Email to ARISE Interventionist’s Website
Something’s not quite right here… Here’s another ‘testimonial’ from a happy customer of a sponsor of the ARISE Intervention network, which was created by my own personal interventionist, James Garrett of Albany New York.
This Invitational Intervention (ARISE) basically attempts to solve the treatment industry’s problem of families not being comfortable with the coercion and civil liberties violations of a traditional Johnson intervention (to get more people into treatment which is $$$), instead of the real problem: that the expensive ‘religious’ treatment doesn’t work and is often counterproductive and … Continue reading Book on ARISE 12-step coercion by Judith Landau and James Garrett
Name: Juliet Abram I’m interested in: General Inquiry If general inquiry, please specify.: I have a few quick questions. On this page: https://premo-castelli.squarespace.com/arise-intervention/ Shouldn’t ARISE also include SMART Recovery, SOS, LifeRing, Women for Sobriety, Moderation Management, HAMS or some other supports instead of just the 12 Step programs? If ARISE can help 61% stay clean … Continue reading Questions for ARISE Interventionists
The ARISE Intervention! He must get kickbacks or something. (here’s a link about getting paid for fake drug tests)..telling people’s friends/family/therapists they need to extort someone into expensive rehab treatments and that they will fall prey to the ‘disease’ if they don’t go to treatment. I went around that block a few times… By the … Continue reading The ARISE Intervention: The “Leverage” and “Consequences” Technique of 12-Step Coercion (AKA Extortion)
This was shortly after being terminated from the 12-step outpatient rehab for complaining about the cost of drug tests and step one worksheets. That was never acknowledged by Samaritan Counseling Center of the Capital Region. Months later, they said my claims to have done those things were ‘contradictory’ (regardless of the fact that I can … Continue reading What contract?
Please read the reviews of the ARISE Intervention method, and the comments. There are only two. But here are my concerns and comments about this, a search for ARISE on my website. http://notpowerless.com/?s=arise
Samaritan Counseling (a ‘faith-based’ organization of state licensed social workers) forced me into ‘addiction treatment’, forcing me to pay for more and more treatment and to say that it was helpful to me even if it wasn’t. Samaritan Counseling continued to insist I engage in treatment with this fraudulent provider even after he was charged … Continue reading James Garrett LCSW-R — It ‘Works’ if You’re Paying Him, He Makes You Pay if You Don’t
Investigator Patrick Flynn told me on the phone when he was closing out my case that 1. My therapist denied everything so it was “he said she said” and 2. ‘We don’t look into the AA thing’. So, after three attempts at getting New York State to acknowledge a very serious problem with two-hatting therapists … Continue reading New York State Education Department Investigator Admits Policy of Willful Negligence