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A 40-page client workbook based on the principles of cognitive-behavioral relapse prevention . Most relapse prevention workbooks are so detailed and intricate that the materials are too complicated for typical clients. Staying Quit is an 8-session program that helps clients avoid a relapse by recognizing risky situations, coping with urges and cravings, being around users, understanding support issues, and taking charge. The materials help you and your clients understand which situations and people may trigger a relapse. This enables you to target the most risky situations. The relapse prevention curriculum is also available in Spanish.
Staying Quit is targeted to individuals who are participating in substance abuse programs of any type and in any setting. Relapse prevention actually is the primary goal of treatment, but focusing on relapse prevention issues should take place sometime after the client is engaged in treatment and not actively using substances.
CCI’s relapse prevention materials are used in many settings ranging from small to large agencies, including behavioral health providers, substance use disorder programs, hospitals, criminal justice settings, amongst a variety of other settings.
How It Is Conducted
The program has 8 modules completed in 8 group sessions supplemented by several sessions with a counselor or facilitator. Clients complete homework for each module prior to coming to group. In group each client presents his or her homework to the group and the facilitator passes the client to the next module or has the client redo the homework based on objective criteria. The groups are open-ended meaning that new clients can enter an ongoing group at any time. Each group session will usually have new clients as well as some finishing the program. A typical group will have a client present Module 1, another client completes Module 2, and so on. The workbook is individualized to specific client needs by requirements to meet with the facilitator or counselor at several modules.