Ken Sieczkowski
CIP, CSAC, BRI-ll
Founder 
 
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Kenneth Sieczkowski is a CIP, this stands for Certified Intervention Professional. This represents the national credenetial for an interventionist. An individual can claim to be an interventionist however, if they do not pocess a CIP they are misrepresenting themselves. The BRI-II demontrates experience in the field of addiction as well as the ability to intervene on other process addictions including but not limited to Pathological Gambling, Internet and Gaming Addictions, and Eating Disorders.

 

Ken is also board registered as a CADCIII and CSAC. These represent Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor of the Highest Level and Clinical Substance Abuse Counselor. Ken's training includes studying Psychology as an undergraduate in California, Master's level work in Wisconsin and Intervention and Pathological Gambling Training in Illinois.

 

Ken continues his training regularly all over the US. Ken served 6 years as a Board Member of AIS, The Association of Intervention Specialists. He is also a member of Nii, The Network of Independent Interventionists. This represents Ken's independence from inpatient and residential treatment facilities. Ken has been at the forefront of the field for over 20 years helping families find freedom from addiction. His intervention success rate is an amazing 90% due to what has been called "an outstanding set of skills and compassionate counseling style".

 

WHAT IS KEN'S LEVEL OF EXPERIENCE?
Ken has experience in residential program development, and has worked in the inpatient and outpatient treatment fields, including nationally acclaimed Rogers Memorial Hospital. Therefore, by choosing Ken you will ensure the appropriate treatment modality will be recommended for your loved one.

 

Further, Ken is an expert at explaining the level of care that your loved one will require and in ensuring that it is received. Ken offers this forward-thinking addition to his programs: a complete menu of follow-up care, coaching and mentoring options after treatment is completed to ensure continued recovery for your loved one. A high end network of Family Therapists is available through Ken should you wish to inquire about these resources as well.

 

WHAT TYPES OF CLIENTS HAS KEN WORKED WITH?
Ken has experience in working with a wide variety of clients: adolescent, adults and geriatric in age including professionals, attorneys, doctors, business executives, musicians, and actors.

 

IS KEN ACTIVE IN ADVOCATING FOR A RECOVERING COMMUNITY?
Ken carries out his passion for Empowering Families to Help Themselves and Find Freedom From Problem Behaviors through an active role in Community Support Groups, the Association of Intervention Specialists and advocating for individuals and families with addictive behaviors through the MICAH and Treatment Instead of Prison Activist Groups. He also was the Chairperson for WSNAC XVIII, organizing a convention for recovering addicts by recovering addicts.