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The Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Client Workbook
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The Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Client Workbook

Fourth Edition


October 2021 | 184 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
The Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Patient Workbook is intended for patients on their journey to recovery in 12-step treatment programs. Designed to provide a venue for individuals to write down their thoughts and experiences as they progress through the 12 steps of treatment.

As a complement Chemical Dependency Counseling, this interactive book is used and purchased by treatment centers and individual substance abuse counselors. The workbook takes the patient (client) through the first five steps of recovery and offers space for the client to work on their own personal recovery plan. It also has a chapter on preventing relapse and honesty.

 
Introduction
 
Chemical Use History
 
Honesty
 
Step One
Powerlessness

 
Unmanageability

 
 
Step Two
A Power Greater Than Ourselves

 
 
Step Three
The Moral Law

 
The Key to Step Three

 
How to Turn It Over

 
How to Pray

 
How to Meditate

 
 
Step Four
Personality Defects

 
Physical Liabilities

 
Time-Out

 
The Way to Recovery

 
We Stay on Track Through Action

 
Physical Assets

 
Mental Assets

 
The Autobiography

 
 
Step Five
 
Step Six
 
Step Seven
 
Step Eight
 
Step Nine
 
Step Ten
 
Step Eleven
The Third Step Prayer

 
 
Step Twelve
 
Stress Management
Relaxation

 
Exercise

 
Exercise Program

 
Changing Your Lifestyle

 
 
Relapse Prevention
Relapse Is a Process

 
The Relapse Warning Signs

 
Interpersonal Factors

 
When You Experience a Warning Sign

 
The Behavior Chain

 
A Daily Relapse Prevention Plan

 
People Who Can Help You in Recovery

 
 
Personal Recovery Plan
Statement of Commitment

 
Recommendations for a Successful First Year in Recovery

 
Instructions for Logging Into Online Recovery Support

 
 
Appendix 1 • Adverse Childhood Experience (ACE) Questionnaire
 
Appendix 2 • Daily Craving Record
 
References
 
About the Author
 
Recovery Journal
Key features
  • Updated introduction with discussions on motivation, rating cravings and triggers and journal keeping
  • Discussions in Chemical Use History, including changing relationships with family members
  • Discussions in Honesty, including 5 ways you feel about yourself when you lie
  • Discussions in Relapse Prevention and 12-step facilitation, including What to do when you are tempted to drink or use drugs and Developing a social support system
  • Suggestions in the Personal Recovery Plan
  • Appendices: Daily Craving Record
  • Sections for each of the 12 steps include exercises to further guide recovery.
  • Updated photos and cartoons make the text more enjoyable.

 

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