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Compassionate Interventions LLC
Drug, Alcohol & Gambling Interventions


Benjamin D Randolph


Designations:

MS

Phone Number

view phone855-770-0577

Address

10600 SE McLoughlin Blvd. Suite 207 Portland, Oregon, United States 97222


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Profile Summary

Recovering addict and US Navy Veteran, Benjamin Randolph is a Master's Level Therapist that specializes in interventions for addictive behaviors. Trained in DBT, CBT, Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) for veteran's dealing with PTSD, and structural family therapy. For interventions, both Jennifer and Benjamin Randolph are trained in both ARISE and Johnson model.

Profile Narrative

Compassionate Interventions

The goal of Compassionate Interventions is to assist friends and family of those struggling with addiction to seek and engage in treatment by using a strength-based intervention process.

Addiction can include, but is not limited to; drugs and alcohol, gambling, sex addiction, pornography, internet and shopping.

If you are unsure if your loved one is dependent, please call Compassionate Interventions for a free consultation and see if Intervention may be appropriate. The worst thing you can do is give merit to any hopelessness you may feel. If you feel hopeless, please call us for a free consultation. (503)901-1836

 

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If you are unsure if your loved one is dependent, please call Compassionate Interventions for a free consultation and see if Intervention may be appropriate. The worst thing you can do is give merit to any hopelessness you may feel. If you feel hopeless, please call us for a free consultation. READ MORE Compassionate Interventions excels at intervening on those with an alcohol problem. With the prolific use of alcohol in most societies around the world due to its legal status, it is often hard to identify if someone really “has a problem.” READ MORE Gambling addiction is sometimes referred to as a "hidden illness" because there are no obvious physical signs or symptoms like there are in drug or alcohol addiction. Problem gamblers typically deny or minimize the problem. READ MORE
 

 



   

Benjamin Randolf, MS                       

Interventioist Certifications: The Johnson Model, ARISE

Recovering addict and US Navy Veteran, Benjamin Randolph is a Master's Level Therapist that specializes in interventions for addictive behaviors. Trained in DBT, CBT, Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) for veteran's dealing with PTSD, and structural family therapy.  Read More

Jennifer Randolph, C.I.P., C.A.I.

Interventioist Certifications: The Johnson Model, ARISE, Certified Intervention Professional

Jennifer is a Certified Arise Interventionist and trained by Judith Landau, the creator of the ARISE model. Jennifer has also obtained the most recently instituted national certification for interventionists, "Certified Intervention Professional." Being one the of the first recipients of the new national certification, shows the drive and tenacity that Jennifer brings with her to the field of addiction treatment. Read More

  

Johnson Model of Intervention

Compassionate Interventions primarily uses the Johnson Model of Intervention (named for Vernon Johnson). Detractors of the Johnson model dislike it because you “surprise” the person engaged in addictive behaviors. We at Compassionate Interventions believe the Johnson Model is the most effective way to conduct an intervention, because if you notify an individual engaged in addictive behavior that there is going to be a “meeting,” they often won’t show up. If they do show up, they will have several convincing reasons why they can’t go to treatment at this time. We also believe that the Johnson model is the most cost effective way to address addictive behavior, because many of the “Invitation Models” are very costly by the time the addicted individual is brought into the group.

One of our philosophies is, “Just because a person is engaged in unintelligent behavior, does not mean they are an unintelligent person.

The person engaged in addictive behavior is still that person you love; they are just currently on the wrong path. It is the goal ofCompassionate Interventions that everyone in the family during an intervention comes from a mindset of “love and compassion.”

Being a recovering addict and a Master’s level clinician allows Ben Randolph the ability to develop a comprehensive strategy from which to address the addicted individual. It also offers Ben the opportunity to connect with the addict and an effective way to get the addicted individual to commit to the treatment process.

Our goal in an intervention is to not only get the addict into treatment, but also to support the family so the addict’s behavior changes while in treatment are supported in a healthy, positive way once they complete treatment and return to the social group. Even after the loved one is placed in treatment, family members are free to call Compassionate Interventions with any questions. It is our goal to be a part of the process for as long as the family needs us to.

 

 

Client Focus

Age: 14-90

Ethnicity: All

Gender: All

Languages: English

Modality

Adolescents

Couples

Families

Group

Individuals

Senior

Orientation

Behavioral

Client Centered Therapy

Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)

Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)

Ecletic

Experiential

Mindfulness Cognitive Therapy

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Practice Specialities

AD/HD

Addiction/Substance Abuse

Adjustment Disorders

Advocacy

Anger Management

Anxiety Disorders

Assessments

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Client Focus

Age: 14-90

Ethnicity: All

Gender: All

Languages: English

Modality

Adolescents

Couples

Families

Group

Individuals

Senior

Orientation

Behavioral

Client Centered Therapy

Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)

Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)

Ecletic

Experiential

Mindfulness Cognitive Therapy

Person Centered Therapy

Psycho-Education

Solution Focused Brief Therapy

Systems Therapy

Practice Specialities

AD/HD

Addiction/Substance Abuse

Adjustment Disorders

Advocacy

Anger Management

Anxiety Disorders

Assessments

Bipolar Disorder

Child/Adolescent

Chronic Pain/Illness

Codepedency

Critical Incident Debriefing

Depression

Disassociative Disorder

Divorce

Domestic Abuse/Violence

Dual Diagnosis

Eating Disorders

Elderly Persons Disorder

Fear/phobias

Intervention

Loss/Grief

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

Personality Disorder

Psychosis

Relapse Management

Relationship Issues

Second Half of Life

Spirituality

Strategic Treatment Planning

Trauma/PTSD

Vocational Rehab

Speaking Engagements: Hero Conference - San Diego 2013 -Veteran's Issues

Training Services: Identifying addiction issues, veteran's issues.