April 12, 2023

Amy Cooper, CAC, IC&RC-ADC, NCRC

Amy’s roller-coaster journey in this beautiful “life” allows her to provide you and those around you the guidance to work through addiction, unhealthy behaviors, unresolved trauma, and family
dynamics. She truly believes that we are “ALL WORTHY” of healing.

In her personal recovery, Amy strives daily to embrace humility, an attitude of gratitude, and honesty. With self-first and an emphasis on being both mentally and physically healthy, she also
clings to her faith in a higher power.

Dr. Gabor Mate says it best: “Addictions always originate in pain, whether felt openly or hidden in the unconscious. They are emotional anesthetics.”

Being here for you is her honor and privilege.

In addition to being a Family & Post Intervention Support Specialist at Family First Intervention, Amy is a Board Certified Drug and Alcohol Counselor accredited by the International
Certification & Reciprocity Board (IC & RC). She also received a National Certification in Advanced Clinical Intervention (NCACIP), and she is an International Master’s Addictions
Coach (IMAC) that envelopes Recovery, Food, and Gambling addiction along with Anger Management and Family Coaching. Additionally, Amy is a SHE RECOVERS® Coach.

Mike Loverde

Mike Loverde is a Certified Intervention Professional with more than 10 years of experience, and he is the founder and president of Intervention Helpline. He believes in taking a family-first approach to every intervention, and he created Intervention Helpline with the primary purpose of saving each family’s loved one before it is too late.

Furthermore, he is the primary writer for the Intervention Helpline Blog. He is always eager to share his insight and expertise on interventions, addiction treatment programs, rehab insurance coverage, relapse prevention and many other related topics.

Read the latest blog articles from the desk of Mike Loverde here, and don’t hesitate to contact if you have any questions or need intervention help now.

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