Framework for Recovery
GOALS & OBJECTIVES OF EDUCATION OFFERING
PURPOSE OF PRESENTATION (GOALS):
To assist treatment professionals to utilize cognitive restructuring concepts and techniques to address addiction and underlying barriers to recovery. Experientially to teach the participants the use of cognitive restructuring in applicable reality based skills & tools to aid both the clinician & client in the treatment process.
COURSE CONTENT AND DESCRIPTION:
The course utilizes (2) eight hour days to provide participants with a thorough introduction to the cognitive restructuring model specific to D&A treatment and the over-all recovery process. Participants will complete course with specific action plan & goal development strategies including resource for self & client. Provides participants with specific skills and tools to assist clients with making desired changes in their lives. Specifically addresses denial, treatment and relapse issues.
INSTRUCTIONAL METHODS (VIDEO USE, ETC.):
Didactic presentation and group discussion, video, role play, and experiential exercises.
EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (LISTED NUMERICALLY)
To utilize self assessment to identify current reality.
To understand the challenges and barriers to personal growth.
To understand how denial affects the recovery process.
How to increase treatment involvement and build group identity.
To identify how comfort zones can be a barrier to the recovery process.
To create vision that supports recovery.
Specific ways to avoid traps and blind spots that often result in relapse.
Planning and preparation for the changes we want to effect in our lives.
To utilize possibility thinking, support and resources.
DIDACTIC PRESENTATION TIME:
EXPERIENTIAL PRESENTATION TIME: