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.

When it comes to addiction and relapse, there’s more to it than meets the eye. Lack of willpower is not the problem. Many things trigger a person to

Cycle of Addiction -- When it comes to addiction and relapse, there’s more to it than meets the eye. Lack of willpower is not the problem. Many things trigger a person to relapse. Addiction is a symptom.

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. Could be used for ED, SH, SA

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.

12 Stupid Things that can Mess Up Recovery - Addiction is not a simple matter. Treatment is ongoing. "To grow in recovery, we must grow up emotionally."

12 Stupid Things that Can Mess Up Recovery - with examples - don't know if I agree with some of them. obviously very focused on program recovery. But might be handy for those clients who really commit to that kind of program.

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