Which of the following statements is not true? According to Marlatt's model of the relapse process.
A. Clients should be taught skills for anticipating, avoiding, and coping with their personal high-risk situations. B. Clients should be taught constructive responses to cope with lapses when they do occur. C. Clients should be helped to recognize that one or more temporary lapses are likely to occur and are permitted. D. Any positive expectations that clients have about drug use should be countered with reminders about the lows that follow the highs and about the long-term negative consequences of substance abuse.