At Brazell Intervention Services, we provide comprehensive care and intervention services for those suffering from addiction. We understand that addiction is an incredibly complex issue and it requires a holistic approach. That’s why we use the ARISE Model of Comprehensive Care with Intervention. This model focuses on the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual needs of the individual to create a full and lasting recovery. We are committed to providing the highest quality of care for our clients and their families.
"Healing starts here: Brazell Intervention Services provides the personalized care you need to take back control of your life."
247 Columbia Avenue, Suite B Lexington, SC 29072
Brazell Intervention Services: Professional Guidance for Addiction Recovery
Co-founder of the Inpatient Addiction-Consult Team (I-ACT) for Prisma Health, Consultant to legal services, approved as an expert witness in a defense drug case, Robert Brazell has served the recovery community for almost 9 years in many capacities. He is a person in long-term recovery from heroin/opiate use disorder who educates the public and families to help those who suffer as he once did.
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About the ARISE Model
At Brazell Intervention Services, we’re proud to offer a unique non-confrontational approach, designed to improve the family, encouraging growth through participatory engagement. Look through our site to learn more about us.
About Brazell Intervention Services
Bobby Brazell CAI,CPSS, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR/FOUNDER MRC
Pictured with Dr. Landau at Cumberland Heights in Nashville, Tennessee
Judith Landau, MD, DPM, LMFT, CFLE, CIP, CAI, CRS, President and CEO of Linking Human Systems, LLC, and ARISE® Network, and President of LINC Foundation, Inc
ARISE INTERVENTION WITH CONTINUED CARE
About the ARISE Invitational model
Judith Landau, MD, DPM, LMFT, CFLE, CIP, CAI, CRS, President and CEO of Linking Human Systems, LLC, and ARISE® Network, and President of LINC Foundation, Inc., is a child, family and community neuropsychiatrist. A former professor of psychiatry and family medicine, she has devoted her career to developing Evidence-Based, Best Practice collaborative care family and community systems and resilience models. She enjoys overcoming challenging patients, family, business, and community issues, and unraveling complex systems. Dr. Landau has consulted with addiction and mental health treatment centers, mental health professionals, consultants, organizations, and interventionists around the world. Former professor of Psychiatry at the University of Pennsylvania, Psychiatry and Family Medicine at the University of Rochester, and Senior Consultant to the Trauma Studies Program at NYU and Columbia, Dr. Landau draws upon 40+ years of research and experience aimed at facilitating long-term healing for addicted individuals and their families.
Based on her extensive research into relational resilience, Dr. Landau developed the Evidence-Based, Best-Practice Transitional Family Therapy, the first integrative model of family therapy. She subsequently developed Evidence-Based interventions at individual, family, and community level (coining the term “community resilience”) based on this model. These include LINC Community Resilience, ARISE Continuing Care with Intervention, a method for engaging and treating addicted individuals and their families, and LIFE, applied to reducing intimate partner violence, STDs/HIV/AIDS, and addiction in inner city and minority women. She took early retirement from her academic position to apply these methods in the “real world.” She has conducted several dozen country and state-wide community interventions, numerous executive, and business interventions, and a few thousand individual and family interventions.
Author and co-author of over 200 peer-reviewed publications and books, she has taught in over 100 countries, and trained several thousand trainers, therapists and interventionists in the models. She has been principal investigator on research conducted through WHO, NIDA and NIAAA, SAMHSA and has consulted to UN, WHO, NIMH, NIDA, NIAAA, SAMHSA, CDC & P, numerous national and international universities, and several international governments including Argentina, South Africa, Hungary, Brazil, Taiwan, all the countries in the former Yugoslavia (most recently Kosovo), Brazil, and to a United States Congressional Committee on the prevention of the consequences of mass disaster.
A Senior Fulbright Fellow, and Fellow of Orthopsychiatry, Association, AAMFT and NCFR, she is the recipient of awards for AAMFT’s Outstanding Contribution to the Field of Marriage and Family Therapy and AFTA’s Innovative Contribution to Family Therapy. She is past president of the International Family Therapy Association (IFTA) and has served on numerous editorial boards, and national and international association boards.
Dr. Landau continues to explore the interface of trauma, resilience and addiction and its impact on mental and physical health by identifying trauma that spans generations. Her current presentations and TEDX talk, “Family Stories, Secrets and Survival,” focus on family resilience, trauma, addiction, behavioral health, mental illness, and collaborative care. She is an Isangoma or traditional African healer and a member of 4 Winds Indigenous Healers, committed to bridging traditional wisdom and western science
We are happy to hear from the families we have served. We are never promised a desired outcome, but we will always continue supporting those in need.