Treatment Process

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Clients learn how to analyze their behavior by breaking down their individual substance use behavior chains into antecedents, behaviors, and consequences.
Clients learn the refusal skills they need when social pressure creates high-risk situations for substance abuse relapse. The objective is to teach clients how to control their behaviors and still be able to socialize.
Clients learn how to cope with feelings of boredom and loneliness and manage leisure time.
Clients learn how to recognize negative self-talk and repetitive thoughts, interrupt these negative patterns, and find ways other than substance abuse to cope with changes in mood.
Clients learn how to manage feelings of anxiety, ways to avoid situations that produce these feelings, and skills to reduce these feelings.
Clients learn ways to handle feelings of anger
and frustration by using assertive behavior.
Clients learn how to recognize their personal
substance abuse cues, and they practice skills to control these cues.
Clients learn that urges last for various periods; have a beginning and an end, even during abstinence; can be waited out; become weaker and end sooner each time they are resisted; and become easier to resist each time they are managed successfully.
Clients learn more techniques to help them resist substances. They are taught that one slip does not have to lead to relapse, negative self-talk can be replaced with positive self-talk, and self-management skills and requests for help can be used to avoid a relapse.
Source: U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Center for Substance Abuse Treatment. Substance Abuse Relapse Prevention for Older Adults: A Group Treatment Approach 2005
Treatment Process
How To Manage Situations at Home and Alone
Preventing a Slip From Becoming a Relapse
How To Cope With Urges
How To Control Substance Abuse Cues
How To Manage Anger and Frustration
How To Manage Anxiety and Tension
How To Manage Negative Thoughts and Emotions Associated With Substance Abuse
How To Manage
Social Pressure
Analysis of Substance Use Behavior

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