When you are close to an addict, the impact on both you and your family can be catastrophic. An addiction lie detector test is an effective step to find a way to move forward.
Affecting every area of your life, the stress addiction causes is tremendous. As a known illness, it takes many forms including dependence on alcohol, drugs, gambling and sex. It’s incredibly difficult to manage your feelings when faced with an addict. Encompassing a mixture of sorrow, anger and fear it’s not easy to process your feelings when you are trying to find solutions for someone who is facing addiction. Worse still, the addict will be going through denial so even raising the subject is problematic.
There is no way of knowing what will happen after the polygraph test, but what an addiction lie detector test can offer, is a calm way to start the conversation
Impartial trained examiners
A test carried out by an accredited, fully qualified examiner who is unrelated to any party involved, provides a structured way to begin to address the issue.
The opportunity to meet with a specialist examiner allows you to discuss the usually complex details of the case. Recording your own questions for the test, will provide you with a chance to ask the things that you really need to know, to begin to move things on. The questions will be asked as part of a specially sequenced range of queries during the polygraph test. So it’s a good time to raise some of the most burning questions that you have around the situation.
Without the tense arguments that invariably occur when you try to engage in conversation with an addict on your own, the lie detector test provides the addict with a chance to be heard, without interruption or accusation.
The experienced examiner has undergone specific training for carrying out polygraph tests for addiction. They will formulate and ask carefully selected questions, in a sensitive manner. You will be able to meet with the examiner, review all of the questions and ask anything else that you wish, before the test
Addiction lie detector test results
When you receive the results they will include a range of different types of data, giving you lots of information about the things that you need to know. However, there is no obligation for you to share the results with the subject of the test.
If you are in a difficult situation and would like to talk to someone about a specialised polygraph test, speak to one of our experienced support team today. Specialised tests include those carried out for addiction, infidelity and false accusation among others. Find out how a lie detector test could help you to find a way forward.
Alternatively, if you are experiencing dishonesty around paternity, recruitment, insurance claims, fraud or theft please contact us to find out how we can help you.