At Assisted Interventions we recognize the effects a negative transport process can have, not only on the child, but on the parents and siblings as well. No struggling child should be subjected to an experience based on threats and intimidation. At Assisted Interventions we feel strongly that each child is deserving of an intervention, and we approach the child promoting a sense of calm and follow that up with an un-hurried dialogue based on care and respect. Each and every child is treated with dignity and enters the transport phase with an understanding of the process that lies ahead for them. The child is not being punished and they need to know this. This dialogue is continued throughout the transport in an effort to prepare the child for transition into the program.