Maintaining Recovery

  • Living the Program, Maintaining the Program, Setting Goals, & Maintaining Conflict 

  • The Crisis Making Process & The Crisis Coping Process

  • Addressing Violence – Past (Childhood Trauma) and Present (Domestic Violence)

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Living the Program, Maintaining the Program, Setting Goals, & Maintaining Conflict (pages: Subject 8-64 – 8-67)
Positive Beginning; Living the Program; Developing Advanced Skills to Maintain Recovery; Goals and Decisions; Setting Goals and The Steps to Get There; Conflict Management; Communication Helpful to Resolving Conflict; Positive Closure

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The Crisis Making Process & The Crisis Coping Process (pages: Subject 8-1 – 8-5)
Positive Beginning; Coping With Crisis; “Crisis Making” Process; Unmanaged Crisis; Stages I: Alarm Reaction; Stages II: Resistance; Stages III: Exhaustion; Physical Response to a Crisis; Crisis Response Results in Physical Changes; Crisis Response Grid; Coping With Crisis – Hardiness Factors; Crisis Coping Grid; Self-Instruction to Cope with an Event; Evaluating Crisis Event; “This Is Recovery” Inspirational Handout; Positive Closure 

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Addressing Violence – Past (Childhood Trauma) and Present (Domestic Violence) (Pages: Subject 8-73 – 8-80; 8-82 – 8-84)
Positive Beginning; Domestic Violence; Link Between Substance Abuse or Dependence and Domestic Violence; Identifying Domestic Violence; Power & Control Circle: Using Male Privilege or Sexual Abuse; Using Emotional Abuse; Using Isolation; Using Economic Abuse; Using Children; Using Intimidation or Physically Abuse; Minimizing, Denying, and Blaming; Using Threats & Psychological Abuse; The Cycle Theory of Violence; Myths and Facts About Domestic Violence; Treatment for Batterers; Treatment For Survivors; Childhood Sexual Abuse – The Worst Betrayal; Treatment of Childhood Sexual Abuse; Specialized Trauma Therapy; Moving From “Victim” to “Survivor”; Daily Recovery Plan; Recovery Reinforces Itself; The Twelve Steps of Dual Recovery Anonymous; The Principles; Positive Closure

 

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