The Gift of Recovery - Book Only *NO CE

This book offers 52 in-the-moment mindfulness skills to help you cope with daily stress and stay grounded in your recovery. You'll find powerful advice to help you navigate relationships, take time for self-care and manage intense emotions that can get in the way of feeling better.

Learning Objectives

  1. Define mindfulness and teach introductory mindfulness skills that clients can use right away for addiction.
  2. Identify five cognitive and behavioral strategies for coping with cravings and triggers.
  3. Identify three skills for coping with stress, day to day frustration, strong emotions, and conflict.
  4. Discuss how to help clients through significant interpersonal situations in recovery from addiction, such as self-disclosure and developing intimacy.
  5. List three concrete tools to prevent relapse and create a happy and healthy recovery from addiction.
Products specifications
Instructor R. Williams, Ph.D.
Instructor J. Kraft, M.A., L.M.F.T.
# of Pages 237
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