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What is Relapse? What is Relapse Prevention? September 18th, 2017 posted by: to Relapse Prevention

What is Relapse?
If you have accepted the notion that relapse is a typical and understandable process from an addiction, then you have been cheated
The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) defines relapse as “… a return to drug use … [by a person] … who’s trying to stop using drugs… [but who] … can make […]

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What is Intervention? Practical Uses for Intervention Strategies September 15th, 2017 posted by: to Intervention

What Is Intervention?
A successful intervention gets help for everyone who needs it!
The Mayo Clinic staff [1], using a widely accepted […]

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Men’s Relapse Prevention Group
November 1st, 2016 posted by: to Addiction Treatment

LCCS is proud to offer a men only psycho-education group focused on relapse prevention. The group meets each Friday from 10:00am […]

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Relapse is Preventable August 11th, 2014 posted by: to Addiction Treatment

A relapse into active alcoholism or sex addiction, or any other addictive disorder, is a preventable syndrome and not a […]

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A 4th Step: One of Its Many Benefits April 21st, 2012 posted by: to Addiction Treatment

The Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous figuratively describes the importance of conducting a moral inventory when it compares the 4th Step […]

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Understanding the Importance of Arousal Templates February 24th, 2012 posted by: to Latest News

The way people express their sexuality seems to be as varied and diverse as the cultures that exist throughout the […]

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Let the Slogans Guide You July 18th, 2011 posted by: to Addiction Treatment

One in the Spirit: A Week’s Summary #3
Let the Slogans Guide You
Empathy can be challenging. If we are not mindful that it is by God’s grace that we are in successful recovery, it is easy to be judgmental of others who continue to struggle with their own challenges. Why are they so stuck? Why can’t […]

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Relapse: Is it a Predictable Aspect of Recovery or Preventable Syndrome June 28th, 2011 posted by: to Addiction Treatment

We believe that a relapse into active addiction is a preventable syndrome and not a predictable aspect of recovery.  Proponents of the position that relapse is a common phenomenon in the recovery process from addiction would have you believe that relapses are expected and that most people recovering from an addictive illness will “fall short” […]

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Time Travel Explained posted by: to Addiction Treatment

Assisting a client, who is repeatedly relapsing can pose a good many professional challenges. Traditional recovery wisdom suggests that the “all addicts relapse for exactly the same reason – to change the way that they feel.” When we are helping clients to build strategies for interrupting a relapse process they find it helpful to understand […]

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Substance Abuse Screening Tools April 1st, 2010 posted by: to Substance Addiction

If you or a loved one is concerned about your consumption of alcohol and/or drugs but are unsure whether or not you you want to seek outside help then perhaps one or both of these tools can help you in the decision process.  The Michigan Alcoholism Screening Test (MAST) is a 22-question self-test to […]

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