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.

$19.95

Hours: 1.50
REL-HHS-0-RPTS

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Course Details

Course Code: REL-HHS-0-RPTS
Hours: 1.5
Type: Online Course
Learning Objectives:
Differentiate between a lapse and a relapse.
Identify five warning signs of relapse.
Describe three models of relapse prevention.

Outline:
I. Section 1: Introduction A. Learning Objectives B. Course Description II. Section 2: Understanding Relapse a. Meet Chris b. What Could Joyce Have Done to Help Chris? c. Defining Relapse d. Relapse: The Cold Hard Facts e. Special Populations f. Relapse vs. Lapse g. Relapse as a Continuum h. Understanding Relapse as a Process i. More on Relapse j. Common Causes of Relapse k. Theoretical Approaches to Relapse l. Theoretical Views of Relapse: The Relapse Prevention Model m. High Risk Situations n. Self-Efficacy o. More on Self-Efficacy p. Increasing Self-Efficacy q. The Abstinence Violation Effect r. More About the Ave s. Relapse Prevention Model in Action t. Relapse Syndrome: Gorski u. Factors That Lead to Addiction v. Personality Disorganization and Social Dysfunction w. The Role of Family of Origin x. Post Acute Withdrawal Syndrome (PAWS) y. PAWS Symptoms z. Relapse: Becoming Dysfunctional During Recovery aa. Stages of Recovery bb. Personal Distress Leads to Relapse cc. Roots of Relapse dd. Classical Conditioning ee. More on Classical Conditioning ff. Common Conditioned Situations Which May Lead to Relapse gg. Let’s Review III. Section 3: Practical Approaches to Relapse Prevention a. Treatment Works, and Treatment is Work b. Don’t Be Afraid to Talk About Relapse c. Relapse Prevention Starts with Knowledge and a Plan d. Thinking and Feeling Warning Signs of Possible Relapse e. Recognizing the Signs f. Common Steps to Relapse g. More Steps to Relapse h. Practice What You’ve Learned i. Three Approaches to Relapse Prevention j. Cognitive Behavioral Changes k. Avoiding Predictable High Risk Situations l. Avoiding Unpredictable High Risk Situations m. Identifying Cues and Emotional Responses n. What Should Consumers Do: Lapses o. Cravings p. Meet Roxanne q. What Should Roxanne Do? r. Social Support in Recovery s. Examples of Social Supports t. The Role of Family in Recovery u. Importance of Family v. Twelve-Step Programs w. Belief in a Higher Power x. More on Twelve-Step Programs y. Steps 1 – 6 z. Steps 7 – 12 aa. How Twelve-Step Programs Work bb. Criticisms of Twelve-Step Programs cc. Lifestyle Approaches to Recovery dd. More on Lifestyle Approaches ee. Practice What You’ve Learned IV. Section 4: Specific Models of Relapse Prevention a. Recovery Training and Self Help (RTSH) b. Elements of RTSH Programs c. A Few More Elements of RTSH Programs d. Moving on from RTSH Programs e. Relapse Prevention Therapy: RPT f. Primary Interventions in RPT g. Eliminating Myths and Placebo Effects h. Cognitive Restructuring i. CENAPS Model of Relapse Prevention Therapy (CMRPT) j. More CMRPT k. Premise of CMRPT l. Balance is Key m. Return to Higher Levels of Care n. Differences between Gorski’s and Marlatt’s Models o. Remember Roxanne? p. Cue Extinction q. Six Cue Extinction Techniques r. Medical Interventions s. Antabuse and Temposil t. How These Drugs Work u. Methadone v. Methadone: The Downside w. Methadone: The Upside x. Suboxone y. More on Suboxone z. The Role of Psychotropic Medications in Recovery aa. Meet Teddy bb. Putting it All Together: Components of Effective Treatment Programs cc. Increasing Treatment Outcomes dd. Let’s Review V. Section 5: Summary and Resources a. Summary b. Remember c. And Don’t Forget d. What’s Next e. Resources f. References

Instructor: Maggie Tapp, LCSW
Maggie Tapp, LCSW is a licensed clinical social worker who works as a director in a managed behavioral healthcare organization providing clinical and administrative oversight of an urban Medicaid managed care program in New York City. Prior to this role, Ms. Tapp was in private practice specializing in the treatment of adolescents and women's issues including perinatal mood disorders. Ms. Tapp served as the Deputy Director of Mental Health for the American Red Cross 9/11 Recovery Program. As Deputy Director, Ms. Tapp was responsible for the creation and development of the 9/11 Mental Health and Substance Abuse Benefit Program which provided financial assistance for mental health and substance abuse treatment for victims of the terrorist attacks. In this role, she also provided crisis intervention for survivors and disaster recovery workers and conducted training on topics such as disaster mental health, vicarious traumatization, and burnout. Ms. Tapp also has an extensive background in community based mental health practice and special education. She has a Masters in Clinical Social Work from Virginia Commonwealth University and completed post graduate training in child and adolescent psychotherapy at the Washington School of Psychiatry in Washington, DC.  Disclosure: Maggie Tapp, LCSW has declared that no conflict of interest, Relevant Financial Relationship or Relevant Non-Financial Relationship exists.
Target Audience:
The target audience for this course is: entry and intermediate level Alcohol and Drug Counselors; entry and intermediate level Nurses; entry and intermediate level Professional Counselors; entry and intermediate level Psychologists; entry and intermediate level Social Workers; in the following settings: Health and Human Services; and the following practice categories: Addictions, Mental Health.
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