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This bundle includes 3 Gorski Workbooks:
1. Denial Management Counseling Workbook
This workbook is designed to help people overcome denial, recognize their addiction, and make a personal commitment to recovery.
The structured exercises in this workbook teach the reader how to recognize and more effectively manage their denial when it occurs.
96 Pages. Table of Contents:
Exercise #1: Understanding Denial as a Part of the Human Condition
Exercise#2: Understanding the Principles of Denial Management
Exercise #3: Recognizing Your Denial Patterns
Exercise #4: Managing Denial
Exercise #5: Stopping Denial as You Think about Your Problems
Exercise #6: Stopping Denial as You Think about Your Life History
Exercise #7: Stopping Denial as You Think about Your Addiction Symptoms
Exercise #8: Stopping Denial as You Decide What to Do Next
Exercise #9: Evaluating Your Denial Management Skills
2. Relapse Prevention Counseling Workbook
This workbook is designed for people who want to recover from chemical dependency or other self-defeating behaviors.
This book will benefit those who have relapsed, those currently in recovery, and their counselors & therapists.
If you don't have a therapist, you can do these exercises with the assistance of a self-help group sponsor.
The 7 Steps in this Workbook include the following:
#1 - Making the Commitment to Stop Using
#2 - Planning to Stop Relapse Quickly if It Occurs
#3 - Identifying High-risk Situations
#4 - Mapping and Managing High-Risk Situations
#5 - Managing Personal Reactions to High-risk Situations
#6 - Developing a Recovery Plan
#7 - Evaluating High-risk Situation Management Skills
3. Relapse Prevention Therapy Workbook w/ cards included
This workbook is for people in recovery from alcohol or other drug addiction who have a history of relapse, or are afraid they might relapse. There continues to be confusion and misunderstanding about what relapse is and how it happens. In this workbook, the definition of relapse is clarified, how it happens, and most importantly how to prevent a person from entering the relapse cycle.
If a person completes the 14 developmental exercises, they may never have to experience the pain of relapse again.
120 pages. Table of Contents:
1. Stress Self-Monitoring
2. Learning from Past Efforts at Recovery
3. Life and Addiction History
4. The Recovery and Relapse Calendar
5. Review of the Warning Sign List
6. Developing Your Final Warning Sign Card Sequence
7. Identifying Three Critical Warning Signs
8. Managing Thoughts
9. Managing Feelings
10. Managing Urges
11. Managing Actions
12. Managing Personal Reactions to Critical Warning Signs
13. Building a Recovery Program
14. Building a Relapse Prevention Plan