Successful recovery often requires multiple attempts. With the understanding that relapse happens, we designed our Managing Your World, Relapse Prevention Teacher's Guides integrated with the In-Person Engagement Workbooks both Standard and With Devotionals are designed for incorporation into recovery groups, counseling, and coaching as companion resources.
The Managing Your World offerings use Applied Learning principles to address 25 areas of stress that are most commonly faced by those recovering from addiction. This practical approach allows learners to follow participant-centered lessons that include direct application of skills to real-world situations relevant to ongoing recovery from addiction.
About the Teacher's Guides and Workbooks
Managing Your World is designed to serve as a companion resource to assist providers to help their participants on their path to recovery. The lessons include personal stories with activities and reflective thinking. Designed to meet wherever your participants are in their recovery. Managing Your World, Relapse Prevention Teacher's Guides integrated with the In-Person Engagement Workbooks both Standard and With Devotionals are available for purchase.
The Managing Your World tools are designed to serve as a companion resource to assist providers to help their participants on their path to recovery.
Managing Your World, Relapse Prevention Teacher's Guides integrated with the In-Person Engagement Workbooks both Standard and With Devotionals.
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Each lesson in Managing Your World is created with our implementation of Applied Learning. It begins with a personal story, followed by activities and reflective thinking, all related to that lesson’s stress theme subject.
You with your participants can navigate the lessons in the order that best suits your focus and their current challenges. For example, start with the In-Person Engagement Workbook v2, and step right into "Addressing Personal Triggers". This lesson could be helpful for someone feeling particularly challenged to maintain their sobriety.
Or jump right to "Grieving and Letting Go" if the current challenge has to do with significant loss.
As you will discover, the unique design of Managing Your World allows you to focus in on those topics that are most relevant to your participants current experience. The lessons can stand alone or implemented in sequential or dynamic order.
With our Applied Learning structure the Workbooks can also be studied at times and locations most convenient to the participant outside of your time with them.
The length of time to complete each lesson can vary from 20-40 minutes if read/worked through without interaction. Complete time per lesson when used interactively varies.
The Managing Your World In-Person Engagement Workbooks v2 (Standard and With Devotionals) contain 25 lessons.
Here is a list of the lesson titles:
Lessons are presented in the context of internal and external struggles faced day-to-day.
1: Establishing Resilient Behaviors
2: Making Commitments
3: Conflict Management
4: Dealing with Depression
5: Dealing with PTSD
6: Facing Our Fears
7: Addressing Our Resentments
8: Shared Experiences
9: Navigating Peer Pressure
10: Healthy Use of Electronics
11: Power of Groups and Good Counsel
12: Healthy Boundaries
13: Making Amends
14: Keeping Your Guard Up
15: Addressing Personal Triggers
16: Prayer and Meditation
17: Hobbies that Heal
18: Self Compassion
19: Dealing with Perfectionism
20: Heart Healthy Lifestyle
21: Long-Term Sobriety
22: Being the Scapegoat
23: Grieving and Letting Go
24: Saying Things with Honesty
25: Do It For the Kids