#3034. Funded by the National Institute on Drug Abuse, this award-winning (Silver Apple and New York International Film Festival) and evidence-based series imparts the latest research into urban relapse prevention strategies. The program includes the 5-Video Series plus a Free Counselor’s Guide with Reproducible Client Activity Worksheets. It equips ex-offenders with eight key relapse prevention skills. Includes how to deal with frustration and chronic stress, and resist the lure of “easy money” and the street life.
Covers many key issues: the first weeks home, dealing with old friends, handling “get-high buddies,” dealing with dysfunctional families, sexual triggers, stress of parenting, coping with emotional “danger zones” in early recovery, including anger, shame, guilt, and self-pity, and much more.
Shows how to “take back your dreams” and achieve goals related to work, money, school, and fun.
This program was screened by hundreds of streetwise recovering addicts just prior to their release who rated it a 4.7 on a scale of 1 to 5. Many said these were the first tapes they’d seen about their lives! Make sure your institution has this powerful set of videos that can literally change the lives of former addicts who may be in danger of relapsing on the outside.
Includes a free 170-page Counselor’s Guide (contains 43 activities with reproducible worksheets, 98 suggested questions for leading discussions about each tape, and a useful bibliography). Can also customize the program for teens. Approximately 38-40 minutes each.
Video titles are listed below. $749.00 for the complete series plus a Counselor’s Guide.
- Street Smarts: Learning to Avoid Relapse
- Back on the Block: Early Recovery
- Recovering Relationships: Families, Partners, and Kids
- Catchin’ Feelings: New Ways to Cope With Emotion
- Making It Happen: Work, Money, School, and Good Times
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