New York, NY – Adam Banks, the CEO of the US-based drug and alcohol Intervention company, Adam Banks Recovery, announces the release of his recent penmanship with the title Navigating Recovery Ground School: 12 Lessons to Help Families Navigate Intervention Recovery.
Adam’s plan to release his new book is to promote and contribute to the yearly celebrated health campaign tagged “Dry January”, a month set apart to abstain from alcohol. Through his inspiring and life-saving book, Adam has helped hundreds of people break free from drug and alcohol addictions by customizing programs that inspire change.
According to Adam Banks, “Successful recovery comes in many ways and many forms”. He further stated that “Recovery from an addiction requires a new plan to intervene on a loved one and give them a structured path back to health. Navigating Recovery – Ground School organizes the intervention process into 12 lessons that will give you the tools required to help a loved one in a positive and lasting way”.
Adam Banks has supported many individuals and families to achieve recovery through goal-setting and continuous self-improvement. His new book walks families and addicts through the entire intervention and recovery process.
Adam has brought families together through a loving and inclusive approach and is dedicated to helping others achieve long-term sobriety. However, his work as an interventionist has guided executives, pilots, and physicians on paths to recovery. Adam’s Navigating Recovery Ground School: 12 Lessons to Help Families Navigate Intervention Recovery and other books are available on Amazon for purchase.
About Adam Banks
Adam Banks began his career as a commercial airline pilot and was the co-founder of NY SportsMed, a sports medicine chain acquired by UnitedHealthcare. He is a certified interventionist trained in the ARISE method and a certified addiction recovery coach with an MBA from the University of Chicago.
For more information, visit https://adambanksrecovery.com.