Relapse Prevention for Criminal Offenders

Text: Counselorís Manual for Relapse Prevention

With Chemically Dependent Criminal Offenders (TAP 19)

By: Terence T. Gorski MA and John M. Kelley MA, CSW

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A.DEFINITIONS

 

01. Recognition that chemical dependency is a bio/psycho/social disease is a goal of:

a.†† The Medical Model

b.†† The Social/Behavioral Model

c.†† both a. and b. above

d.†† none of the above

 

02. Recognition that of the need for lifelong abstinence from all mind-altering drugs is a goal of:

a.†† The Medical Model

b.†† The Social/Behavioral Model

c.†† both a. and b. above

d.†† none of the above

 

03. Development and use of an ongoing recovery program to maintain abstinence is a goal of:

a.†† The Medical Model

b.†† The Social/Behavioral Model

c.†† both a. and b. above

d.†† none of the above

B.RECOVERY

 

04. Which stage or period is marked by the need to establish a chemical-free lifestyle?

a.†† Early Recovery

b.†† Pretreatment Period

c.†† Stabilization Period

d.†† Transition Period

 

05. During which stage or period does the person make changes in ongoing personality issues?

a.†† Early Recovery

b.†† Middle Recovery

c.†† Late Recovery

d.†† Maintenance

 

06. Coping with adult life transitions, managing routine life problems and guarding against relapse are tasks of which stage or period?

a.†† Early Recovery

b.†† Middle Recovery

c.†† Late Recovery

d.†† Maintenance

 

C.RELAPSE

 

07. Approximately __________________ of patients achieve permanent abstinence from their first serious attempt at recovery.

a.†† one third

b.†† one half

c.†† one tenth

d.†† one quarter

 

08. Another __________________ of patients have a brief period of relapse episodes but eventually achieve lifelong abstinence.

a.†† one third

b.†† one half

c.†† one tenth

d.†† one quarter

 

09. An additional __________________ of patients have chronic relapses that result in eventual death from chemical addiction.

a.†† one third

b.†† one half

c.†† one tenth

d.†† one quarter

D.†† TREATMENT

 

10. The Relapse Prevention Procedure of Stabilization is associated with what CENAPS Principle:

a.†† Understanding

b.†† Self-Knowledge

c.†† Integration

d.†† Self-Regulation

 

11. The Relapse Prevention Procedure of Self-Assessment is associated with what CENAPS Principle:

a.†† Understanding

b.†† Self-Knowledge

c.†† Integration

d.†† Self-Regulation

 

12. The Relapse Prevention Procedure of Relapse Education is associated with what CENAPS Principle:

a.†† Understanding

b.†† Self-Knowledge

c.†† Integration

d.†† Self-Regulation

E. SKILLS

 

13. Empathy is:

a.†† a Relapse Prevention Technique.

b.†† Active Listening.

c.†† a Helping Trait.

d.†† none of the above

 

14. Genuineness is:

a.†† a Relapse Prevention Technique.

b.†† Active Listening.

c.†† a Helping Trait.

d.†† none of the above

 

15. Respect is:

a.†† a Relapse Prevention Technique.

b.†† Active Listening.

c.†† a Helping Trait.

d.†† none of the above

 

F.GROUPS

 

16. In the ____________________ stage, members feel uncomfortable, anxious or fearful.

a.†† power and control

b.†† intimacy

c.†† differentiation

d.†† preaffiliation

 

17. In the ____________________ stage, the leader will allow the group to become more autonomous.

a.†† power and control

b.†† intimacy

c.†† differentiation

d.†† preaffiliation

 

18. In the ____________________ stage, the leader can give less direction, allowing the members to work together more spontaneously and more independently.

a.†† power and control

b.†† intimacy

c.†† differentiation

d.†† separation

G.SELF-ASSESSMENT

 

19. Reasons for Relapse is:

a.†† Exercise No. 1

b.†† Exercise No. 2

c.†† Exercise No. 3

d.†† Exercise No. 4

 

20. Why Do I Want To Change is:

a.†† Exercise No. 1

b.†† Exercise No. 2

c.†† Exercise No. 3

d.†† Exercise No. 4

 

21. The Relapse Episode Checklist is:

a.†† Exercise No. 1

b.†† Exercise No. 2

c.†† Exercise No. 3

d.†† Exercise No. 4

 

H.†† WARNING SIGNS AND RECOVERY PLANNING

 

22. Challenging Injunctions is:

a.†† Exercise No. 21

b.†† Exercise No. 22

c.†† Exercise No. 23

d.†† Exercise No. 24

 

23. Improved Reactions to Mandates and Injunctions is:

a.†† Exercise No. 21

b.†† Exercise No. 22

c.†† Exercise No. 23

d.†† Exercise No. 24

 

24. The Evening Inventory Sheet is:

a.†† Exercise No. 25

b.†† Exercise No. 26

c.†† Exercise No. 27

d.†† none of the above

 

25. The Daily Recovery Plan is:

a.†† Exercise No. 25

b.†† Exercise No. 26

c.†† Exercise No. 27

d.†† none of the above

 

26. Relapse Prevention Strategies is:

a.†† Exercise No. 25

b.†† Exercise No. 26

c.†† Exercise No. 27

d.†† none of the above

 

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DESCRIPTION

 

This 12 hour distance learning course applies Terence Gorskiís CENAP Model for relapse prevention to criminal offenders.Provides theoretical and practical information for treating criminal offenders with addiction problems. Includes an extensive relapse prevention manual for use by clients.

 

OBJECTIVES:

Explain Stuck Points in Recovery

Compare the Developmental Model of Recovery with Traditional Models

Describe Relapse Prevention Treatment

Identify Basic Relapse Prevention Techniques

Assist clients with Self-Assessment

Implement Relapse Prevention Workbook for Chemically Dependent Criminal Offenders