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TRN Intervention Network Partners

Therapeutic Recovery Network utilizes a team approach to our intervention process. For many reasons, a team approach to clinical care for the client and family is often required. We tailor each intervention specifically to each family and individual--every situation is unique and often complex, therefore a highly individualized plan for intervention is required and developed by our team. In additional to Kirsten & Robert, depending on the specific needs of your situation, TRN may partner with one or more of the following providers to develop the right team for your case. This often includes arrangement of sober escort services to assist in getting the loved one to treatment in a safe, reliable, and supportive way.


Kirsten Banks, LPC, CPCS, CAI, CIP

Clinical Interventionist

Kirsten is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Certified Professional Counselor Supervisor (CPCS), Board Registered Interventionist (CIP), founder of Therapeutic Recovery Network and Certified ARISE® Interventionist.

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Robert Banks

Administrative Intervention Coordinator

Robert is your first point of contact. Robert takes all the initial calls from families or clients to assist them in scheduling the services they need. He also helps to schedule & coordinate each step in the process.

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Lindsay Dunbar, MS, LAPC, NCC, CAI

Therapist | Interventionist

Lindsay is a Licensed Associate Professional Counselor (LAPC), Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC), Trained EMDR Trauma Therapist and a nationally Certified ARISE® Interventionist.


Heather R. Hayes & Associates

Respectful Therapeutic Transport

Heather R. Hayes developed the Respectful Adolescent Transport Protocol™, Respectful Adolescent Transport Process® and the Respectful Therapeutic Transport Protocol™


Graham Skinner, CAC-I

Certified Addiction Counselor

Graham partners with the Therapeutic Recovery Network team as a Certified Addiction Counselor. His passion for working in this field came from his own personal experience with substance abuse.  

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