Taking the Mystery Out of Relapse
This training will be presented on two consecutive Wednesdays, March 17th and 24th at 6:30 PM EST. total of 4 CE’s. Participants will only pay once to attend this training.
This interactive webinar is for professional healthcare clinicians who want to learn how to assist their clients to identify and manage the progressive warning signs and high risks situations that lead to alcohol or other drugs (AOD) relapse despite a commitment to sobriety. Participants will learn that relapse is a process, not an event and that there are many identifiable warning signs and high-risk situations that occur far in advance of their AOD use. Valuable tools will be introduced that will enable the participants to assist their clients to take the mystery out of the relapse process and develop a strategic relapse prevention plan. Participants will learn how to utilize and personalize the “Relapse Cycle” process to better help their clients in preventing their own relapse cycle. This webinar includes a combination of lectures, demonstrations, and group discussions, designed to enhance the training process. Participants will also learn how to develop an early relapse intervention plan (R.I.P.). Then the participants will be led through a strategic step by step high-risk situation identification process. The process ends with teaching participants to help clients finalize a relapse prevention plan designed to help them identify and manage future warning signs and high-risk situations. This webinar includes a combination of lectures, demonstrations, and group discussions, designed to enhance the training process.
- Explain relapse as a process—not an event—and educate their clients that recognizing and managing early relapse warning signs is crucial step in stopping a potential relapse cycle.
- Identify and be able to develop a management plan for the six (6) symptoms of Protracted or Post Acute Withdrawal (PAW) as part of a strategic relapse prevention plan.
- Develop a strategic craving management plan by education clients about the biological and psychological components of craving and utilize the nine (9) steps of an effective craving management plan that becomes a major component of a strategic relapse prevention plan.
- Assist their clients to develop a seven (7) step relapse prevention plan the significantly reduces the risk of a relapse episode.
- Discuss and utilize the five (5) components of a high-risk situation management plan to assist clients in personalizing their own relapse prevention plan designed to identify and manage future high-risk situations.
- Lectures 2
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 2 hours each session total of 4 CE's
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 0
- Certificate Yes
- Assessments Yes