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People sometimes engage in self-destructive behaviors, rejecting any help others may offer. Intervention, when done correctly, is extremely effective in helping these people accept help. Long used for alcoholism and addiction, intervention is now also used for compulsive behaviors including gambling, infidelity, and eating disorders. Intervention is also used at work place in the board rooms. Recently, we have seen civil society conducting intervention in crucial issues of national interest. Print and electronic media has been conducting intervention on regular basis. Exec. PR Mohsin Nawaz
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Dr. Sadaqat Ali, a graduate from Dow Medical College, Karachi is a recognized professional in the field of addiction. He has a background of training at "HAZELDEN" and "Vital Smarts", USA. He is the Project Director of WillingWays, Turning Point & DIP (Diabetic Institute of Pakistan).

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Dr. Sadaqat Ali, a graduate from Dow Medical College, Karachi is a recognized professional in the field of addiction. He has a background of training at "HAZELDEN" and "Vital Smarts", USA. He is the Project Director of WillingWays, Turning Point & DIP (Diabetic Institute of Pakistan).
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