Chris has an incredible track record of success advising families on how to motivate their loved one to get sober.




First, you receive a thorough assessment of your loved one's substance use problem.

Then we work together to form the best plan for you and your family.

We both want your loved one to stay sober.

But staying sober is impossible unless we get them sober first. 

That's what we aim to achieve with the Intervention Process.


Why Choose Me?




I am the former Head Substance Abuse Counselor and Interventionist for the New York City Fire Department, where I dedicated myself to making a positive impact on the lives of my fellow firefighters. In 2008, I embarked on my firefighting journey, but it didn't take long for me to recognize the pressing need for assistance within our ranks when it came to substance use.

As you can imagine, drinking isn't just acceptable for firefighters, it's encouraged. I became the go-to guy to speak with proud, hard-headed, heels-dug-in firefighters who didn't believe they had a problem. I've heard every imaginable excuse and objection. Many were ambivalent about getting sober. Some were outright defiant and resistant. But despite these obstacles, I managed to help countless individuals see the severity of their addiction and guide them towards the path of recovery. Whether in my role within the FDNY or in my private practice, I've had the privilege of assisting hundreds of people in getting the help they needed to overcome their addiction.

Now retired from the New York City Fire Department, I have transitioned into providing full-time family coaching and addiction intervention services. My extensive intervention training was under the guidance of Earl Hightower, a seasoned expert with 40 years of experience in the field. I am fortunate to have Earl as a mentor and supervisor on many of my cases, ensuring that you receive unparalleled guidance and direction as you navigate your loved one's journey from addiction to recovery.




Growing up, both of my parents were in recovery from alcoholism and addiction. I've seen recovery work for them and countless others my entire life. But despite knowing the pitfalls, I still became addicted to alcohol and cocaine. So I know how your loved one feels. I experienced the pain of wanting to stop but not being able to. And in my case, I couldn't stop even when I KNEW where to go for help! 
Today, I have 17 years sober. I know these methods work because my mother used them to help me. The same tools and techniques she used to break through my denial I share with families today. And I believe everyone deserves an opportunity for recovery the same as me.
Yet, ninety percent of people with addictions never get that opportunity. This is because of the very nature of addiction itself. Addiction convinces the person with it that they don't have it. I'm sure you've heard,
  • "I'm fine"
  • "I got this"
  • "I don't have a problem"
  • "I don't need help"
  • "I can stop whenever I want to..."

I've said all of these myself and heard them more times than I can count.

People with addictions don't perceive the need for help. And no one is going to solve a problem they don't believe they have. This is why intervention is necessary.

My personal mission is making sure that you have the tools you need to get your loved one sober.


Yes! You Can Get Them Sober.


Staying sober requires building a solid foundation, learning and using new coping skills, and an internal desire for a better way of life.

This desire grows as your loved one gets a sense for what life can be like without their substance. This takes time. And isn’t possible until your loved one stops. 

Right now your loved one has no foundation, one coping skill, and a way of life that isn’t working. But their way is still the only way they know. They’re afraid of the unknown just like anyone would be when faced with making a massive change. 

Your loved one in their current state of mind and body lacks the resources to get themselves sober. Even if they want to stop, addiction makes it impossible.

You and your family can make the seemingly impossible not just possible, but likely when you come together in the Intervention Process.


Here's What I Know About You...


You're not in Denial.

And your family isn't dysfunctional.

You've tried to help but nothing has worked.

You know waiting for your loved one to "hit bottom" doesn't make sense.

And you know simply "letting go" means the addiction will get worse.

So nothing will change.

People give you their opinions and make suggestions, but you know they don"t "get it."

You don't want to be tough, confrontational, or mean.

You just want this to get better. 

You want this fixed and you're not sure what to do.


You Can Start By Booking A Call With Chris

Receive a Complimentary Clarity Call today. There's no obligation. No fluff. You'll gain clarity, learn your best options and have a plan for what to do next.

You've Been Led To Believe A Lie

Many Lies Actually.

  • You Can't Help Your Son If He's An Addict.
  • Getting Him Sober Is Impossible.
  • He Has To Want It
  • Nobody Can Do It For Him
  • He Has To Hit Bottom
  • He Can Stop If He Really Wants To
  • There's Nothing YOU Can Do
  • You Just Have To Let Go

Sometimes these statements are well intentioned. But mostly they're ignorant, misguided and misinterpreted

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