Eric McLaughlin, ASW, MSW, CCMI-M, CIP



Eric is CEO of The Ken Seeley Group which includes Intervention 911 and Ken Seeley Communities. Eric graduated from USC School of Social Work in December 2016 and graduated Magna Cum Laude. Eric enjoyed his education at USC and has begun the process of learning benefits and implementation of evidence-based practices in interventions, treatment, and therapy. He oversees all Clinical Services including intervention, treatment and long-term case management for all clients of Intervention 911 and Ken Seeley Communities. 

Eric loves the variety of services offered under the Ken Seeley Group. His specialty is working with family systems to intervene and reset the trajectory of families that have been impacted by addiction and mental health issues. Eric combines his clinical background with his long term intervention experience to deal with clients and families struggling with , Intervention 911 has been offering training to interventionists for over ten years. Training has always been one of his strengths. He has worked hard to create a robust training for interventionists and case managers in the behavioral healthcare field. 

Eric loves to travel and frequently is on the road doing interventions and attending conferences. 

12:00pm – 1:30pm EDT

Tuesday October 27th

Lunch Plenary - Creating an integrated approach to family involvement in treatment through the use of intervention techniques

1.5 CE Credit

When a family sees their loved one willingly go to treatment, they are often left on the sidelines waiting to hear how their loved one is doing and struggling to understand what they can do to support their loved one. Treatment centers have long dropped the ball at integrating the family into treatment to help support the client and family experience. By incorporating intervention techniques and philosophy, treatment center can integrate families in a way that helps build lasting, long term recovery.