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Relapse Prevention Therapy (RPT)

<Understanding The RPT Clinical Process>  <RPT Treatment Plan>

Goal: To Learn how To Identify & Effectively Manage The Core Personality &  Lifestyle Problems  That Can Lead To Relapse In Latter Recovery After A Stable Recovery Plan Has Been Established

Objectives: To Develop In-depth Clinical Skills For Completing ...

1.  Presenting Problem Analysis: You will learn how to teach your clients to create a list of their presenting problems, identifies the relationship of each of those problems to their pattern of chronic relapse, projects logical consequences into the future if nothing changes and makes a commitment to change the core personality and lifestyle problems that cause relapse

2.  Life and Addiction History:  You will learn how to teach your clients to identify lifestyle problems that increase the risk of relapse by completing a detailed life and addiction history that includes childhood, adolescence, and adulthood.  

3.  Recovery and Relapse History:  You will learn how to teach your clients to identify factors leading to past relapses by completing a relapse calendar and a detailed analysis of relapse episodes.

4.  Warning Sign Review:  You will learn how to teach your clients to identify the warning signs that lead from stable recovery to relapse by reviewing a list of common warning signs and identifying three personal warning signs.

5.  Warning Sign Analysis:  You will learn how to teach your clients to identify the hidden warning signs that have led to past relapses by describing past experiences with his or her personal warning signs and identifying the thoughts, feelings, urges, and actions that comprise his or her self-defeating responses to those warning signs.

6.  Final Warning Sign List:  You will learn how to teach your clients to develop a final list of personal warning signs that lead from stable recovery to relapse;  identify the related irrational thoughts, unmanageable feelings, self-destructive urges, and self-defeating behaviors that drive those warning signs; and identify three critical warning signs.

7.  Warning Sign Management: You will learn how to teach your clients to identify and change the thoughts, feelings, urges, actions, and reactions that prevent effective management of the critical warning signs.

8.  Recovery Planning:  You will learn how to teach your clients to develop a schedule of recovery activities that support the ongoing identification and management of core personality and lifestyle problems, test this schedule by identifying how each activity can be adapted to help him or her identify and manage those personality and lifestyle problems, and develop a final recovery plan that addresses all critical warning signs.

You Have Options For Learning About Relapse Prevention Therapy (RPT)

Option 1:  Review Our Web-based Materials 

Option 2:  Study Our Published Materials

Option 3:  Register For A Training Event

Option 4:  Schedule A Training Event In Your Area

                We offer a variety of formats for teaching you about RPT

RPT - Keynote

A 45 - 90 Minute presentation designed for large conference general session presentations.

RPT - Conference Workshop

A 3-hour workshop designed for concurrent presentation at large conferences.

RPT - One-day Seminar

A stand-alone conference to be presented by conference sponsors in their community or as an in-service training package.

RPT - Five-day Advanced Clinical Skill Training Workshop

A three-day advanced clinical skills training experience with an optional competency certification program.

RPC - Optional Competency Certification

An optional competency certification program in assessment and treatment planning is available for students who complete the 3-day Advanced Clinical Skills Training Workshop.

 

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Terry Gorski and Other Members of the GORSKI-CENAPS Team are Available To Train & Consult On Areas Related To Recovery, Relapse Prevention, & Relapse Early Intervention

Address: 6147 Deltona Blvd, Spring Hill, FL  34606
info@enaps.com; www.tgorski.com, www.cenaps.com, www.relapse.org