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Self-Awareness

Part of our comprehensive workbook series, these workbooks provide basic vocabulary for substance abuse treatment. Explains typical patterns of dependencies and relapse. Guides clients to examine past use and stages in personal relapse "cycle." Clients identify vulnerabilities, specific triggers to past difficulties, and "stinking thinking" (about self, about other people, not being realistic, negative thinking about the future, etc.). Clients describe how feelings of discomfort have been dealt with, how isolation may have been a contributing factor in past difficulties, typical patterns of "build up" toward relapse, the need for control of uncomfortable feelings, and steps taken in the past to achieve that feeling of control, and how they began to plan or "set themselves up" for relapse. Additionally, clients describe the specific temptations experienced in various categories, their most common harmful behaviors or dependencies, their thinking, feelings, and behavior after relapse, and issues resulting from relapse.

This material is easily adapted to age- and gender-specific programs.

Catalog Code Title Description Hours
SA1 Self-awareness: preventing relapse by increasing your sensitivity to your pattern or cycle Provides basic vocabulary for substance abuse treatment. Explains typical patterns of dependencies and relapse. Guides clients to examine past use and stages in personal relapse "cycle." Clients identify vulnerabilities, specific triggers to past difficulties, and stinking thinking" (about self, about other people, not being realistic, negative thinkingabout the future, etc.). Clients describe how feelings of discomfort have been dealt with, how isolation may have been a contributing factor in past difficulties, typical patterns of "build up" toward relapse, the need for control of uncomfortable feelings, and steps taken in the past to achieve that feeling of control, and how they began to plan or "set themselves up" for relapse. Additionally, clients describe the specific temptations experienced in various categories, their most common harmful behaviors or dependencies, their thinking, feelings, and behavior after relapse, and issues resulting from relapse. 5 to 6
SA1 Self-awareness: examining your pattern or cycle in detail 10 to 11
PT6 A guide to using your new coping skills Identifies specific coping skills which can be used at various stages in the relapse "cycle." Links with workbook SA2 and the "Coping Skills" workbook series.