Texas is the second largest state in United States of America. Alcoholism seems to have an inbuilt deniability which causes the alcoholics to simply and barefacedly say that they are in control and do not have any problems and refuse any suggestions of treatment outright. In such cases one method is to use intervention technique known as Johnson Model. This method was invented by Vernon E. Johnson. This method is most effective method of intervention as applied by rehab centers in this state with a degree of success.
Alcohol interventionists in Texas trained to use the Johnson model will confront an alcoholic directly and squarely in the face, using a range of emotional techniques with calm persuasion too when required, to break through the wall of denial. Situations can get dramatic and emotionally charged. Family members are also taught to take part in the dynamically dramatic situations that the interventionist will create to break through the barriers of the alcoholic. The end result is that the alcoholic will begin to realize that they have caused a lot of harm and damage and it is for him to stop his addiction and get reformed if not to give happiness, at least to stop further harm, damage and losses.
The alcohol interventionist in Texas using this method will also be a very effective actor since he has to emote to put across the message and create an impact on the alcoholic and bring about the result he is aiming for. It is through such dramatic and dynamic confrontation that he will convince the alcoholic of the harm that alcohol has never benefited anyone and will cause nothing but losses in the long run and that returning to a normal is the best and only option.
Most alcoholics may already be fed up and disgusted inwardly with their condition and are seeking for that little push or a shove which will help them over the edge. It is this dramatic method of confrontation that will most likely result in his giving in and agreeing to a rehab. When such a stage does arrive the alcohol interventionist in Texas loses no time and along with the family members, he helps the alcoholic into a rehab where treatment begins immediately.
Some might possibly argue that this method is not ethically or morally right but what matters at the end is that the alcoholic lowers his barriers and agrees to get reformed and change his life.
The best time to seek intervention is as soon as one detects that a person in the family is getting too involved with drinks and ignoring the other aspects of life. This is the early warning signs and an interventionist in Texas will obtain best success if brought in at this stage.