Personal Development & Recovery

  • Fear in Early Recovery & Developing Self-Awareness With the Johari Window

  • Self-Esteem & External, Internal, Physical, and Emotional Boundaries

  • Developing a Relationship With Yourself Through Building Self-Esteem

  • Identifying and Working Through Character Defects

  • Codependency Defined & Patterns, Characteristics, and Recovery

  • Procrastination, Perfectionism, and Identifying & Changing Self-Defeating Behaviors

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Fear in Early Recovery & Developing Self-Awareness With the Johari Window (pages: Subject 1-38 – 1-39; 1-40 – 1-43; 1-46 – 1-48; 1-65 – 1-66) Positive Beginning: Fear in Early Recovery; Fear of Living Life Without Substances; Fear in the Group Process; Acknowledging Fear; Working Through Fear By Living in Today; Increasing Self-Awareness With The Johari Window; Window Pane 1: Open, Public, Conscious Self; Window Pane 2: Blind Self; Window Pane 3: Private, Hidden, or Avoided Self; Window Pane 4: Unknown or Unconscious Self; The Window Panes Change With Self-Disclosure and Feedback; Exercise: Johari Window;  Moving From Victim to Survivor; Don’t Let Fear Be In Charge; Sharing Personal Experiences in a Support or Recovery Group; Learning to Value The Perceptions of Others; Group Closure; Co-Occurring Disorders Without Recovery; Co-Occurring Disorders With Recovery;  “Change” Inspirational Handout; Positive Closure

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Self-Esteem & Internal, External, Physical and Emotional Boundaries (pages: Subject 7-50 – 7-56)
Positive Beginning; Affirming Yourself; Develop Skills You Want to Be Strong In; Set and Accomplish Realistic Goals; Rewards of Self-Esteem; External and Internal Boundaries; Types of Unhealthy Boundaries; No Boundaries; Walls or Rigid Boundaries; Partial Boundaries; Exercise #1: Self-Esteem & Boundaries”; Unhealthy Boundaries in Family Systems; Unhealthy Boundaries In Early Recovery; Unhealthy Boundaries In Treatment; Reacting or “Acting Out”; Healthy Boundaries; When boundaries are healthy and intact…; Exercise #2: Self-Esteem”; “Narcotics Anonymous” Inspirational Reading; Positive Closure

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Developing A Relationship With Yourself Through Building Self-Esteem (pages: Subject 7-44 – 7-49)
Positive Beginning; Family Systems and Self-Esteem; Psychiatric and Substance Disorders and Self-Esteem; Low Self-Esteem; Viewpoints Reflect Esteem…or Not; Personal Values and Self-Esteem; Dishonesty; Thoughts Create Low Self-Esteem; Developing Self-Esteem; Unhealthy Externally Based; Healthy Internally Based; Characteristics of Self-Esteem; Values in Recovery; Trusting Yourself and Others; Rigorous Honesty; Values Pave The Road to Recovery; Behaviors of Self-Esteem; Celebrates Firsts and All Small Victories; Exercise #1: Characteristics of Self-Esteem”; Exercise #2: Values in Recovery”; “Things I Have Learned” Inspirational Handout; Positive Closure

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Identifying and Working Through Character Defects (pages: Subject 7-24 – 7-29)
Positive Beginning; Character Defects; Letting Go of Control; Identifying Character Defects; Alibis; Antisocial; Compulsive; Dependent; Envy & Jealousy; Excessive Fears, Worries, & Anxieties; Extreme Guilt, Shame, & Remorse; False Pride; Impatience; Intolerant; Narcissism; Overly Sensitive; Passive-Aggressive Tendencies; Procrastination; Resentment; Self-Centeredness; Self-Pity; Other defects of character can include…; Working Through Character Defects; Changing Personality Traits; Specific problem personality traits fall into the following categories…; “Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions” Inspirational Handout; Positive Closure

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Codependency Defined & Patterns, Characteristics, and Recovery (pages: Subject 7-37 – 7-43)
Positive Beginning; Codependency Defined; Codependency and Family Rules; Codependency and The Recovering Person; Externally Focused; Patterns of Codependency; Characteristics of The Codependent Person; Finding The Balance; Changing The Rules Through Codependency Recovery; What Old Messages Are You Carrying Around?; “Twelve Steps Downward” Inspirational Handout; Positive Closure

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Procrastination, Perfectionism, and Identifying & Changing Self-Defeating Behaviors (pages: Subject 7-29 – 7-36)
Positive Beginning; Procrastination; Causes of Procrastination; Working Through Procrastination; Perfectionism; Causes and Consequences of Perfectionism; Working Through Perfectionism;  Self-Defeating Behaviors; Vicious Cycle; The Familiar Becomes a Habit; Obvious and Not So Obvious Self-Defeating Behaviors; Identifying Self-Defeating Behaviors; Self-Defeating Behaviors in Group; Pay Offs and Prices of Self-Defeating Behaviors; Changing Self-Destructive Behaviors; “Personal Identification of Self-Destructive Behaviors, Pay Offs & Prices, and Developing a Change Plan” Exercise; “Oh God Forgive Me When I Whine” Inspirational Reading; Positive Closure

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