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Relapse Prevention Treatment Strategies

Relapse is defined as a return to drug or alcohol use after a sustained period of abstinence. Be it a brief return to previous levels of use, or a complete return to addictive behaviors, relapse is a common part of the recovery process. In fact, the majority of individuals relapse within the first year following treatment - most often within the first 90 days - and many relapse multiple times before achieving long-term recovery. Understanding relapse and the strategies that help to prevent it are critical competencies to have when working with individuals in recovery. In this course, interactive lessons and instructive guidelines will teach you about the various models that explain relapse, as well as specific models for relapse prevention programs. Drawing upon information from Rawson, Obert, McCann, and Marinelli-Casey’s Relapse Prevention Models for Substance Abuse Treatment, this course is the first of a two-part series intended to increase your understanding of relapse prevention strategies so that you can identify the most appropriate strategies to use with the individuals you serve. Written by Maggie Tapp, LCSW, this training is designed for any health care worker who wishes to learn more about relapse and how to prevent it.
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Relapse Prevention Treatment Strategies
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