Having a relapse prevention plan is a vital part of recovery. If recovery is a journey then your relapse prevention plan is the map that will help you navigate along the way. Your plan needs to be tailored to suit you though there are aspects of it which are common to all. This catagory of the blog is for posts related to developing your own relapse prevention plan and a dedicated page on relapse prevention planning is coming to Relapse Prevention Activites very soon….
Hi just an update on this ever changing site! Sorry if you started doing the oars4u.com 7 day course directly on Relapse Pevention Activities – I’ve had to move the course back to oars4u.com as having it here caused a nightmare with search engine listings. To get going on it now (or to continue) take a peek here: oars4u.com
Just a quick note to say that Relapse Prevention Basics part 2 in up and running. In this unit we look at Relapse Prevention as being a process over which you can take control! We also look at the important difference between doing relapse prevention proactively and reactively.
It is also a chance to say thanks to all those who have visited the site since January. Thank You! Especially those of you who are keeping an eye on developements. Please keep coming back and do comment or contact me with feedback and suggestions.
I will be making more time to work on the content over the next month or so and so a comprehensive programme will be available soon.
Relapse prevention activities video testing and introduction
Hi here’s a short video I made about the site. Please do take a look. It’s a bit of a test video and I’m working on upping the quality a bit but I do get the chance to say a bit about what the relapse prevention activities website is aiming to offer.
Just a quick Hi and Happy New Year! Thanks for dropping by. I have added unit 1 of the Relapse Prevention Basics Course today and will be adding the next units very soon. Please feel free to feedback here: