New Directions Co-occurring Disorders Workbook
A New Direction Mapping a Life of Recovery and Freedom for Chemically Dependent Criminal Offenders
Workbook, 72 pp.
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Created in partnership with the Minnesota Department of Corrections, A New Direction is a comprehensive, cognitive-behavioral treatment curriculum for offenders with substance use disorder. The curriculum is divided into six core modules and a Co-occurring Disorders module. Learn more about A New Direction Complete Collection.
Co-occurring Disorders is designed to be used in conjunction with other A New Direction modules, particularly with Criminal & Addictive Thinking and Drug & Alcohol Education. Offenders with both substance use and mental health disorders will participate in this module. The 152 page participant workbook, written at a sixth-grade level, contains materials that reflect real-life experiences of offenders with addiction and activities that demonstrate addictive and criminal thought processes. Thirty-six exercises cover: What You Are Dealing With, Why Treatment, Dealing with Meds and Treatment, Relapse, and Building a Support System.
9796 | $39.95 – Co-occurring Disorders Facilitator guide, 152 pp. 9794 | $5.95 – Co-occurring Disorders Client workbook, 152 pp. 4921 | $149.00 – Preventing Relapse video, 27 min. 9734 | $275.00 (save $62.70) – Complete module, includes 25 workbooksA New Direction Complete Collection: Everything you need to implement this evidence-based and proven-effective program including the six core modules, guidebooks for administrators and staff, outcome studies, forms and research studies. An additional 48 sessions that span all six modules are included in the complete collection (not all available in the individual modules), allowing you to extend your program based on the needs of the clients you serve.
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Item: 9794 ISBN-13: 9781592851386 Publisher: Hazelden Published Year: 2004
Integrating treatment of mental health and substance abuse can reduce negative outcomes such as rearrest. This workbook is designed specifically for inmates with coo-occurring disorder.