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1 Milton S. Magness D Min, MA Psy, MA(RE), LPC, CSAT

2  What are the basic tools of recovery?  Which of these do you consider essential?  Why?

3  Originally coined by Austrian psychologist Alfred Adler in  In sociology, a lifestyle is the way a person lives.  A characteristic bundle of behaviors that makes sense to both others and oneself in a given time and place.  Includes social relations, consumption, entertainment, and dress.  A mixture of habits, conventional ways of doing things, and reasoned actions.  Reflects an individual's attitudes, values or worldview.

4  “The typical way of life of an individual, group, or culture”  From Merriam-Webster’s Online Dictionary

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6  March 31, 1984 to September 2, 1995  Produced and hosted by Robin Leach  Featured the extravagant lifestyles of wealthy entertainer, athletes and business moguls.  One of the first shows to capitalize specifically on Americans' interest in the lives of the wealthy.  Today would be called a “reality show”

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8  Recovery is a way of life  Practiced behaviors become habit  Recovery routines are automatic  Motivation is intrinsic

9 Recovery Begins 6 mo1 yr1 ½ yr2 yrs2 ½ yr3 yrs Survival Stability Sustaining Freedom

10 Recovery Begins 6 mo1 yr1 ½ yr2 yrs2 ½ yr3 yrs Survival Stability Sustaining Freedom

11  Marked by:  Fear of going back to former behavior  Relationship crises  Learning about Recovery  Understanding addiction  Lasts at least 6 months  To move to next phase  Minimum of two meetings a week  Must have sponsor  Sober at least three months

12 Recovery Begins 6 mo1 yr1 ½ yr2 yrs2 ½ yr3 yrs Survival Stability Sustaining Freedom

13  Settled into recovery routines  Continue minimum of two meetings a week  Focus is on:  Working the steps  Establishing recovery routines  Settling into solid sobriety  To move to next phase  Recovery time: minimum of 18 months  Sobriety time: minimum 6 months  Recovery has become a lifestyle

14 Recovery Begins 6 mo1 yr1 ½ yr2 yrs2 ½ yr3 yrs Survival Stability Sustaining Freedom

15  Deepen recovery habits and routines  Recovery is not a chore but a choice  Friendships developed with recovering persons  Relationship has stabilized  To move to next phase  Recovery time: minimum of 2 ½ years  Sobriety time: minimum 1 year  Have worked all 12-steps

16 Recovery Begins 6 mo1 yr1 ½ yr2 yrs2 ½ yr3 yrs Survival Stability Sustaining Freedom

17  The place in recovery one aspires to  Focus is on:  Gratitude  Service work  Continuing all recovery routines  Sponsoring others

18 Recovery Begins 6 mo1 yr1 ½ yr2 yrs2 ½ yr3 yrs Survival Stability Sustaining Freedom

19  When did recovery first begin to become a lifestyle for you?  As you look at your recovery, what is going well?  What is not going so well?  Are changes necessary?

20 Recovery Begins 6 mo1 yr1 ½ yr2 yrs2 ½ yr3 yrs Survival Stability Sustaining Freedom

21  Recovery Activities/Behaviors  Spiritual  Mental/Psychological  Physical

22  Meetings  Sponsor/Sponsee Meetings  Step Work  Program Calls  Recovery-Related Reading  Recovery Night  Recovery Activity With Partner

23  Spiritual Activity  Attending Services, Tai Chi, Yoga, structured meditation  Recovery Prayer/Meditation  Journaling  Affirmation

24  Individual Therapy  Group Therapy  Couple’s Therapy  Affirmations  Something Just for Fun

25  Physical Exercise  Healthy Eating  Adequate Sleep  Healthy Sex (Also in Spiritual & Mental/Psychological area)  Doctor or Dentist Visit  Date Night

26 Points Needed Wk Phase of Recovery Minimum Survival 70

27 Recovery Points Needed Wk Phase of Recovery MinimumTarget Survival 7080

28 Recovery Points Needed Per Week Phase of Recovery MinimumTargetOptimal Survival

29 Recovery Points Needed Per Week Phase of Recovery MinimumTargetOptimal Survival Stability

30 Recovery Points Needed Per Week Phase of Recovery MinimumTargetOptimal Survival Stability Sustaining

31 Recovery Points Needed Per Week Phase of Recovery MinimumTargetOptimal Survival Stability Sustaining Freedom

32 Recovery Begins 6 mo1 yr1 ½ yr2 yrs2 ½ yr3 yrs Survival Stability Sustaining Freedom

33  Meetings  Sponsor/Sponsee Meetings  Step Work  Program Calls  Recovery-Related Reading  Recovery Night  Recovery Activity With Partner

34 ActivityPoints Possible Meetings7x

35 ActivityPoints Possible Meetings7x Sponsor/Sponsee Meeting5

36 ActivityPoints Possible Meetings7x Sponsor/Sponsee Meeting5 Step Work (for every 45 min) 2x

37 ActivityPoints Possible Meetings7x Sponsor/Sponsee Meeting5 Step Work (for every 45 min) 2x Program Calls (max 2 pt/day) 1x or 2x

38 ActivityPoints Possible Meetings7x Sponsor/Sponsee Meeting5 Step Work (for every 45 min) 2x Program Calls (max 2 pt/day) 1x or 2x Recovery-Related Reading (30 min) 1x

39 ActivityPoints Possible Meetings7x Sponsor/Sponsee Meeting5 Step Work (for every 45 min) 2x Program Calls (max 2 pt/day) 1x or 2x Recovery-Related Reading (30 min) 1x Recovery Night (min 2 hr focused work) 4

40 ActivityPoints Possible Meetings7x Sponsor/Sponsee Meeting5 Step Work (for every 45 min) 2x Program Calls (max 2 pt/day) 1x or 2x Recovery-Related Reading (30 min) 1x Recovery Night (min 2 hr focused work) 4 Recovery Activity With Partner2x

41  Spiritual Activity  Attending Services, Tai Chi, Yoga, structured meditation  Recovery Prayer/Meditation  Journaling  Affirmation

42 ActivityPoints Possible Spiritual Activity (min 1 hour) 3x

43 ActivityPoints Possible Spiritual Activity (min 1 hour) 3x Recovery Prayer/Meditation1x or 2x

44 ActivityPoints Possible Spiritual Activity (min 1 hour) 3x Recovery Prayer/Meditation1x or 2x Journaling1x

45 ActivityPoints Possible Spiritual Activity (min 1 hour) 3x Recovery Prayer/Meditation1x or 2x Journaling1x Affirmations (Repeated 100x) 1

46  Individual Therapy  Group Therapy  Couple’s Therapy  Something Just for Fun

47 ActivityPoints Possible Individual Therapy5

48 ActivityPoints Possible Individual Therapy5 Group Therapy5

49 ActivityPoints Possible Individual Therapy5 Group Therapy5 Couple’s Therapy5

50 ActivityPoints Possible Individual Therapy5 Group Therapy5 Couple’s Therapy5 Something Just For Fun1 per week

51  Physical Exercise  Healthy Eating  Adequate Sleep  Healthy Sex (Also in Spiritual & Mental/Psychological area)  Doctor or Dentist Visit  Date Night

52 ActivityPoints Possible Physical Exercise (20 min) 2x

53 ActivityPoints Possible Physical Exercise (20 min) 2x Additional Exercise (each 10 min) 1x

54 ActivityPoints Possible Physical Exercise (20 min) 2x Additional Exercise (each 10 min) 1x Healthy Eating1x

55 ActivityPoints Possible Physical Exercise (20 min) 2x Additional Exercise (each 10 min) 1x Healthy Eating1x Sleep (min 7 hours) 1x

56 ActivityPoints Possible Physical Exercise (20 min) 2x Additional Exercise (each 10 min) 1x Healthy Eating1x Sleep (min 7 hours) 1x Healthy Sex (6 pt max per wk) 3 or 6

57 ActivityPoints Possible Physical Exercise (20 min) 2x Additional Exercise (each 10 min) 1x Healthy Eating1x Sleep (min 7 hours) 1x Healthy Sex (6 pt max per wk) 3 or 6 Doctor/Dentist Visit5

58 ActivityPoints Possible Physical Exercise (20 min) 2x Additional Exercise (each 10 min) 1x Healthy Eating1x Sleep (min 7 hours) 1x Healthy Sex (6 pt max per wk) 3 or 6 Doctor/Dentist Visit5 Date Night1

59 ActivityPoints Possible Meetings7x Sponsor/Sponsee Meeting5 Step Work (for every 45 min) 2x Program Calls (max 2 pt/day) 1x or 2x Recovery-Related Reading (30 min) 1x Recovery Night (min 2 hr focused work) 4 Recovery Activity With Partner2x

60 ActivityPoints Possible Spiritual Activity3x Recovery Prayer/Meditation1x or 2x Journaling1x Affirmations (Repeated 100x) 1

61 ActivityPoints Possible Individual Therapy5 Group Therapy5 Couple’s Therapy5 Something Just For Fun1

62 ActivityPoints Possible Physical Exercise (20 min) 2x Additional Exercise (each 10 min) 1x Healthy Eating1x Sleep (min 7 hours) 1x Healthy Sex (6 pt max per wk) 3 or 6 Doctor/Dentist Visit5 Date Night1

63 Recovery Points Needed Per Week Phase of Recovery MinimumTargetOptimal Survival Stability Sustaining Freedom

64  How many points did you get? PointsWk 1Wk 2Wk 3Wk 4Wk

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70 Available January 2011

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