The GORSKI-CENAPS® Model for Recovery and Relapse Prevention 

The GORSKI-CENAPS® Model for Recovery and Relapse Prevention is a comprehensive system for diagnosing and treating substance use disorders and coexisting mental disorders, personality disorders, and situational life problems. The model is based on a biopsychosocial model of addiction, a developmental model of recovery, and a relapse prevention model. The model integrates addiction-specific treatment methods with state-of-the-art cognitive, affective, behavioral, and social therapies. The GORSKI-CENAPS® Model is a research-based system. It is evolutionary because it includes the strengths of a wide variety of clinical models while transcending their limitations. The model is dynamic because it is designed to grow by integrating new research findings while adapting to current fiscal constraints.

 

Course Objectives Upon completion of this homestudy course, the participant will be able to:

  1. Understand the Gorski-CENAPS Model for Recovery and Relapse Prevention.
  2. Teach clients that recovering persons need to be aware of the warning signs of relapse.
  3. Explain that chronic relapses are NOT hopeless because they are incapable of recovery.
  4. Develop a framework for patients to understand that successful recovery from addiction requires continued abstinence from the time of commitment to sobriety through the rest of their life.

This 2 credit hour course is offered for only $42.00.

 

 

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