Family and Social Recovery & Health

  • Gender, Age, Sexual Orientation, Culture, & Family and Substance Disorders

  • The Basics About Family Systems & Developing Relationships With Family

  • The Family in Recovery & Developing Relationships With Others

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Gender, Age, Sexual Orientation, Culture & Family and Substance Disorders (pages: 3-21 – 3-28)
Positive Beginning; Women and Substance Dependence; Seniors and Substance Dependence; Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender (GLBT) Population and Substances; Native Americans and Substance Disorders; Treatment For Specific Populations; Substance Disorders Are Family Illnesses; Defining a “Family”; The Family in the Disease Process; Emotional Reactions to The Family Toward Chemical Dependency; The Family in The Recovery; “The Journey” Inspirational Handout; Positive Closure

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The Basics About Family Systems & Developing Relationships With Family (pages: Subject 7-56 – 7-62)
Positive Beginning; Family Rules; Traits of Dysfunctional Families; Traits of Healthy Families; Family Roles; Hero, Scapegoat, Lost Child, Mascot; Visible Qualities; Inner Feelings; Represents to Family; Characteristics; Possible Future Characteristics; Without Help & With Help; Exercise#1: Family Roles Exercise; How Roles Develop – Family Sculpture; Substance Dependent Person; Enabler, Alanon, or Co-Alcoholic; Adult Children of Alcoholics; Traits of Children From “Alcoholic” or Dysfunctional Homes; Exercise#2: “Solutions for Recovering From “Mostly”  Dysfunctional Families”; “Recovering From Dysfunctional Childhoods”  Inspirational Reading; Positive Closure

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The Family in Recovery & Developing Relationships With Others (pages: Subject 7-63 – 7-70)
Positive Beginning; Family Education; Caught Between NAMI and Al-Anon; Emotions for The Family in Early Recovery; Resentments of The Family Toward Recovery; The Family Working Toward Balance – Recommenced Don’ts for the Family of a Recovering Person; Resentments of The Recovering Person Toward The Family; The Family in Recovery; Guidelines For The Family of a Recovering Person; Finding Balance: What the Family Can Do; Guidelines For the Recovering Person; Disorders Affect Relationships; Renewing Friendships; Making New Friends; Early Recovery Guidelines for Current Romantic Relationships; Developing Healthy Communications With Others; Sex and Relationships; New Romantic Relationships; Worksheet Part I: “Balance Is Key to Recovery – Personal Recovery Involvement Checklist”; Worksheet Part II: “My Recovery Goals”; “Twelve Steps Downward” Inspiration Handout; Positive Closure

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