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RELAPSE PREVENTION Michael Nerney and Associates PO Box 93 Long Lake, NY
Aftercare or Afterthought Outpatient Treatment Residential Treatment RELAPSE PREVENTION
Program Staff Community WHAT RELAPSE PREVENTION MEANS FOR:
Ready for Release Cold, Cruel World Negative Emotional State RELAPSE PREVENTION CONSIDERATIONS
Other-Centric Interpersonal Conflict Disbelief/Rejection RELAPSE PREVENTION CONSIDERATIONS
With a Little Help from My Friends Positive Emotional State Practice, Practice, Practice Passionate Interest RELAPSE PREVENTION CONSIDERATIONS
Negative Emotional State35% Conditioned Cues Social Pressure30% Urges and Temptation PRECIPITANTS TO RELAPSE
Interpersonal Conflict16% Positive Emotional State12% PRECIPITANTS TO RELAPSE
Emotional Competencies: Self Awareness Verbal Access Emotional Regulation ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS IN TREATMENT
Emotional Competencies: Empathic Response Passionate Interest ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS
New Research on the Brain Conditioned Cues Chemical Changes WHY RELAPSE PREVENTION?
New Research on the Brain Social Pressure Structural Changes WHY RELAPSE PREVENTION
M eetings A bstinence from all psychoactive drugs S ponsor and other people helping S ocial support systems T reatment efforts M.A.S.S.T.
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