In this stage (which will be discussed in Module 8 in more detail) the client has achieved abstinence for at least six months. As relapse of substance use and gambling disorders is common, one important goal is to help maintain an awareness that relapse is possible and to take steps to minimize the chan ces of relapse occurring. A second goal of this stage is to expand the client’s recovery to other areas of functioning such as social relationships and health. Comm on strategies include developi ng a relapse prevention plan, participating in self-help groups , and working on rehabilitation.
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Co-occurring Disorders Problem Gambling Integrated Treatment Workbook, in Louis de la Parte Florida Mental Health Institute, 121 p.
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Moore, Kathleen; Matthews, Chad O.; Hunt, W. Michael; and Pape, Laura, "Co-occurring Disorders Problem Gambling Integrated Treatment Workbook" (2002). Mental Health Law & Policy Faculty Publications. 454.