Program

Addiction

  • Part 1: Mind Altering Substances
  • Part 2: Addictive Risk Factors
  • Part 3: Substance Abuse & Addiction

Recovery

  • Part 1: The Recovery Process
  • Part 2: Building A Foundation For Recovery
  • Part 3: Creating Quality Rocovery

Relapse

  • Part 1: Basic Principles
  • Part 2: Relapse Warning Signs
  • Part 3: Managing Relapse Warning Signs

Helping Women Recover

Introduction to Substance-Abuse 
  • Women in the Criminal Justice System:
  • Historical Background
  • Integration
  • The Value of Twelve Step Programs
Facilitating the Program 
  • Organization and Content of the Program
  • Principles of an Effective Treatment Program
  • The Role of the Facilitator
 
Module A: Self 
  1. Defining Self
  2. Sense of Self
  3. Self-Esteem
  4. Sexism, Racism and Stigma
Module B: Relationships
  1. Family of Origin
  2. Mothers
  3. Mother Myths

From the Inside Out

Myself / My Significant Other / My Children / My Relatives / My Supprt People / My Higher Power

 

  • Acknowledgments
  • Statement of Beliefs
  • Introduction
  • Overview
  • Session 1: Why relationships are important
  • Session 2: WDoes Love Look Like?
  • Session 3: Looking at  Bad Relationships
  • Session 4: Three Principles of Building Good Relationships
  • Session 5: Your Relationships Start with you
  • Session 6: Relationships Take Both People
  • Session 7: Relationships Take Skills
  • Session 8: Taking Action to Change Yourself
  • Session 9: Relationships and Anger
  • Session 10: Being Trustworthy  Is the Key
  • Session 11: Conflict Resolution in Relationships
  • Session 12: A Checklist for Making and Keeping Relationships

BEAT THE STREET  

Learning to Live Again

  • Chapter 1: Chemical Dependency Is a Desease
  • Chapter 2: Primary Desease
  • Chapter 3: Chronic Progressive Disease
  • Chapter 4: Physical Effects
  • Chapter 5: Psychological Effects
  • Chapter 6: Social Effects
  • Chapter 7: Recovery
  • Chapter 8: The Creation of a New Lifestyle
  • Chapter 9: Adjustment to Abstinence 
  • Chapter 10: Developmental Phases of Recovery
  • Chapter 11: Symptoms of Acute Withdrawal
  • Chapter 12: Post Acute Withdrawal 
  • Chapter 13: Post Acute Withdrawal Episodes

 

  • Chapter 14: Grieving Your Loss
  • Chapter 15: Stress and Recovery
  • Chapter 16: Situations that Complicate Recovery
  • Chapter 17: Wisdom to Know the Differenc
  • Chapter 18: Courage to Change
  • Chapter 19: Serenity to Accept
  • Chapter 20: Nutrition for Recovery
  • Chapter 21: Physical Exercise
  • Chapter 22: Fun and Laughter
  • Chapter 23: Rebuilding Relationships
  • Chapter 24: Support Resources
  • Chapter 25: Alcoholics Anonymous 
  • Chapter 26: Effects on the Family