MATRIX MODEL Primary Manifestation of Honeymoon Stage BehavioralCognitive RelationshipEmotional High Energy- Unfocused Behavior Inability to Prioritize Overconfidence/ Feeling Cured Denial of Addiction Disorder
MATRIX MODEL Primary Manifestation of the Wall Stage BehavioralCognitive RelationshipEmotional Sluggish Low Energy/Inertia Relapse Justification Depression/Anhedonia Irritability/ Mutual Blaming/Impatience
THE BENEFITS OF EXERCISE Aerobic/Cardio seems to be the best for reducing or in some cases eliminating Post Acute Withdrawal Syndrome (Wall) 20 or more minutes a day Increase respiration Increase pulse rate Light sweat Increases endorphin production which may help stabilize neurotransmitter regulation
MATRIX MODEL Primary Manifestation of Adjustment Stage BehavioralCognitive RelationshipEmotional Sloppiness Regarding Limits Drifting From Commitment to Recovery Experiencing Normal Emotions Surfacing of Long-Term Issues
Traditional View of Psychotherapy for Substance Abuse Until 1960 psychodynamic oriented psychotherapy was the primary professional approach to substance abuse treatment. Assumed that substance abuse behavior was a manifestation of underlying psychopathology. If resolution of underlying psychopathology could be achieved, substance abuse would be lessened.
Program Schedule A sample schedule for the Matrix IOP program is illustrated in the following table: INTENSIVE OUTPATIENT PROGRAM SCHEDULE WeekMondayTues.Wed.Thurs.FridaySaturday & Sunday Weeks 1 Through 4 6-7 PM Early Recovery Skills 7-8:30 PM Relapse Prevention 12-step Meeting Or other community participation 7-8:30 PM Family Education Group 12-step Meeting Or other community participation 6-7 PM Early Recovery Skills 7-8:30 PM Relapse Prevention 12-Step/ Spiritual Meetings and Other Recovery Activities Weeks 5 Through 16 7-8:30 PM Relapse Prevention Group 7-8:30 PM Family Education Group or Social Support 7-8:30 PM Relapse Prevention Group Weeks 17 Through 52 7-8:30 PM Social Support Urine testing and breath-alcohol testing conducted weekly Ten individual sessions during the first 16 weeks
MATRIX MODEL Organizing Principals STYLE Nonjudgmental, supportive attitude Engagement & Retention Strong bond with individual counselor or group Minimal use of confrontation Use of recovering role models in group Ability to work with relapse
TRIGGERS AND CRAVINGS & ROADMAP TO RECOVERY Foundation of the Matrix Model & are 2 of the FAM ED topics Material needs to be learned by the counselor so they can teach it to the clients. Information is woven through all the topics Clients will begin speaking the language of the model and integrating it into their recovery Classical Conditioning & Cognitive Behavior Therapy Brain Chemistry and Functioning Stages of Recovery