Infographic - Relapse Prevention for the Holiday Season.

While directed at addiction issues, much of this can apply to everyone's mental health and well-being: Relapse Prevention for the Holiday Season.

The relapse process - be aware of your warning signs & take positive action - don't fall into old habits. Follow: https://www.pinterest.com/recoveryexpert/

Recreation Therapy Ideas: The Relapse Process - I don't agree with the saying relapse is part of recovery

Helpful guide I saw in a Facebook eating disorder group. If you are reaching or in the danger zone, please talk to someone and get help before things get worse

Pre-Relapse Traffic Light: This activity helps to raise awareness about the often-overlooked “yellow light” behaviors that can lead to relapse. Eating Disorders, but could be modified to any addiction

dbttiger: “ Relapse Prevention Cards Use these cards to help in your recovery. They start with recovery, urges to relapse, slips, and then relapse. These cards are available to help you remember your...

dbttiger: “ Relapse Prevention Cards Use these cards to help in your recovery. They start with recovery, urges to relapse, slips, and then relapse. These cards are available to help you remember your.

If you've recently experienced relapse take a deep breath. You are not the first person to suffer a relapse in addiction, and this does not need to mark the end of your recovery journey. #addiction #recovery #hawaii @hawaiirecovery @petrainvi

The 5 Questions You Must Ask Yourself After Relapse

If you've recently experienced relapse take a deep breath. You are not the first person to suffer a relapse in addiction, and this does not need to mark the end of your recovery journey.

The disease of addiction is subtle, baffling and powerful. Learn relapse prevention strategies at Safehouse Rehab Centre Thailand.

Alcohol Abuse Recovery Tips: Quote on Addiction: We are either working on recov.

webiteback:  Relapse Prevention Plan - Worksheet by lesley

Time: 10 minutes Contraindication: decreased cognition, patient that is still addicted, poor fine motor skills OT Goal: pt. will identify triggers and warning signs of addiction and create a relapse prevention plan to prevent relapse.

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