Addiction Recovery Relapse Prevention
People in recovery need to understand how the disease of addiction manifests in them once the drugs and alcohol are out of their system. Once they identify their unique addictive behaviors, they must learn how to manage those thoughts and urges on a regular basis. Successful management of cravings, triggers and other addictive behaviors is the foundation of positive long-term recovery outcomes.
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Relapse Prevention Education
Harmony Place’s program curriculum is designed to educate our clients on topics including, but not limited to:
- The Progression of Addiction
- The Disease Concept
- Post-Acute Withdrawal and Addictive Preoccupations
- Internal and External Threats to Stabilization
- Identifying and Managing Relapse Warning Signs and Triggers
- Development of Coping Strategies
- Developing a Personal Relapse Prevention Plan
In our residential program, relapse prevention education takes place in group settings for one hour at least three times per week. As clients progress into the outpatient phase of care, they will continue to receive this education, and our specialists work with each client to build out a personalized aftercare/relapse prevention plan.