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Transformational Intervention Model™ outline

On July 15th, 2005, the transformational model of intervention was outlined for the first time.

Developed with Dr. Rickards, addiction, mental health, behavioral health, and social model therapeutic community experience, along with the Milan model of systemic systems through an advanced humanistic and systemic systems standpoint.

Dr. Rickard realized that looking at bigger frames of time towards success would be of higher value than identifying a disease and trying to be protected from it for the rest of your life.

As his studies progressed and to add humor to this demanding career path, Dr. Rickard discovered how a person develops the “Fu*k its” through his study of Batesons’ double bind theory. Its as simple as I don’t know what to do so I SAY FUNK IT; there ya go its not so complicated after all.

The main idea of the Transformational Intervention Model™ (identifying the solution rather than focusing on the problem) is not congruent with any models of addiction and mental intervention that only have a disease-for-life offering.

We know too much now about how these behaviors can be developed, whether it comes from the environment or elsewhere and we know people do recover into healthy lives that are not abstinent of consumption.

Understanding how to help a person into a solution is a key component of being a Transformational Interventionist. No way works for everyone.

Updated in 2022

Currently Dr. Rickard Elmore The Psychedelic Interventionist™ is finding more people are seeking qualified psychedelic providers.

The treatment centers are doing their best to get caught up with all the updated training and protocols.

The bigger issue is the abstinence based 12 step comminutes are having a struggling time excepting they have been mis-informed (some say lied to) about psychedelics and now have a moral reservation due to their belief about these substances and their effects.

As for the Disease model: Not everybody can identify with being responsible for being traumatized or accept they have a disease for life due to them trying to resolve the trauma in unproductive ways, i.e., addictions.

As we evolve into science and data, we find that some psychedelics have quite a significant catharsis of trauma. This itself is a tool that has been utilized for centuries in some cultures and for the first time we are able to utilize these resources in the current medical system to help those in need.

The psychedelic evolution in the treatment of addiction and mental health is congruent with the Transformational Intervention Model™, as we are helping people into the solution with the most advanced technologies available.