Client experiences continued physical altercations with a family
The client has obtained a sponsor.
The client will illustrate motivation related to continuing a recovery program to remain sober.
The client has identified events leading up to relapse.
Over-the-counter medications are never addictive and cannot be abused.
Prescription medications are never addictive and cannot be abused.
If you addicted to one substance, there is no reason to abstain from using another substance.
None of the above
None of above
Performing is another way to confront in a group.
As storming occurs establishment within the group occurs.
In a cohesive group they work together; they perform as a unit.
Performing is another name for fragmentation.
List of strengths and weaknesses.
Neighborhood ethic makeup.
The learning of the ability to trust one’s self and others.
To learn to confront aggressively with few regard to other.
A growing empathetic understanding of the needs of others.
It can be used if needed to confront client with the need for treatment.
It helps to justify the reason for treatment.
It is not necessary to include the precipitating events in the treatment plan.
It serves as the element that begins treatment.
The client will disclose in group ten times that she is an alcoholic.
The client will accept her alcoholism.
The client will attend NA following discharge.
The client will abstain from alcohol forever.
Allowing for the development of congruence
Examining the past
Enabling the clients to reach their own conclusions
Encouraging change and growth