PROGRAM EXERCISES

My Recovery Skills program utilizes a variety of exercises to help identify needs, issues and resources.  The exercises are also meant to build skills and provide individuals an opportunity to put into practice the material that they have learnt as it applies to their specific case.  Simply being provided information is not enough to understand the material.  Applying the material being presented to one's own life will add meaning to it and convey to the individual how it impacts and can improve their own life.  Exercises also act as a structured plan to achieve or acquire many items that many of us take for-granted (ie. ID or an e-mail address).

MODULE 1A - BASIC SKILLS and INFORMATION

MODULE 1B - SOCIAL INTERACTION SKILLS

Exercise 1.11
Communication Style

MODULE 2A - MENTAL HEALTH

Exercise 2.1
Mindfulness
Exercise 2.3
Exercise 2.4

MODULE 2B ADDICTION CONCEPTS

Exercise 2.5
Urge Awareness
Exercise 2.6
Trigger Identification
Exercise 2.7
High Risk Situations
Exercise 2.8
Sexual Triggers

MODULE 3A - MANAGING EMOTIONS

Exercise 3.1
Anger Issues
Exercise 3.2
Toxic Emotions
Exercise 3.3
Understanding Fear
Exercise 3.4

MODULE 3B - RECOVERY PRINCIPALS

Exercise 3.5
ABC Problem Solving
Exercise 3.6
Cognitive Distortions
Exercise 3.7
Daily Inventory
Exercise 3.8
Lifestyle Balance

© 2020 by Tyler Lorenz | Residents in Recovery Society

Residents in Recovery Society

Phone: 877-201-3955

E-mail: info@residentsinrecovery.com

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