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Jerry Law, D.Min., BCPCC, M-RAS, CIP

(480) 774-7673
2164 E Broadway Rd., Suite 260

One Sentence Treatment Philosophy

I facilitate interventions based on love, care and concern for families struggling with a loved one bound by eating disorders and other addictions.

Personal Statement of Faith

As a teenager, I was introduced to a loving, risen Savior, Jesus Christ. I asked him into my life and have never looked back. Through all of life’s challenges and struggles, He has always been there. I know that recovery from addictive diseases and compulsive behavior is possible because I am living proof of this fact. As the Serenity Prayer states, “God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference.” With God’s love, grace and guidance we are able to live our lives with the knowledge that while life is filled with what we cannot change, He will empower us to live as overcomers in the mist of all trials.

Area(s) of Specialty

Family Systems

Unique Therapies/Offerings

I am the developer of the Trans-theoretical Intervention Protocol (TIP). An Intervention protocol that embraces and incorporates the best of several different modalities. This approach is designed to assist your loved one to make a choice for treatment while bringing hope, education and training to the family as well.

Current License(s) and/or Certification(s)

License/Certification State or Accrediting Agency

Other Info

In addition to facilitating Interventions, I am a nationally known speaker on topics, including addiction, eating disorders, communication and family systems. I also offer consulting and coaching services.


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