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Use the readings and multimedia in this module to support your comments in responding to the following questions:
- Brain science shows that recovery and relapse are not about willpower. What are the other issues at play? How would use the science of addiction and relapse to explore a clientâ€™s motivation for change? How would you use the science of addiction and relapse to assist a client to understand the process of recovery? What are your â€œtakeawaysâ€ regarding the neuroscience related to motivation for change, recovery, and relapse?
- Give a brief description of what â€œRecovery-Oriented Systems of Careâ€ means to you. In what ways do you feel this concept can be helpful in our new healthcare environment, to the recovery process from addiction, and in helping clients with relapse prevention? How might you apply this construct to treating substance abusing clients? Please refer to the podcast in this weekâ€™s multimedia assignments and your own additional research online to support your positions.
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Wormer, K. & Davis, D. (2018). Addiction treatment: a strengths perspective. Boston, MA: Cengage Learning. ISBN-13: 978-1305943308
Sheff, D. (2013). Clean: overcoming addiction and ending Americaâ€™s greatest tragedy. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. ISBN: 978-0547848655
(2014). Drugs and the Brain | National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA). https://www.drugabuse.gov/publications/drugs-brains-behavior-science-addiction/drugs-brain
Vaughn, M. & Perron, B. (2013). Social work practice in the addictions. New York, NY: Springer. ISBN: 9781461453567
- A Drug Policy for the 21st Century
- McCabe, H.A., & Wahler, E.A. (2016). The Affordable Care Act, substance use disorders, and low-income clients: Implications for social work. Social Work, 61(3), 227-233.
- Volkow, N.D. & Boyle, M. (2018). Neuroscience of addiction: relevance to prevention and treatment. The American Journal of Psychiatry, 175(8), 729-740.
- Melemis, S. M. (2015). Relapse prevention and the five rules of recovery. The Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine, 88(3), 325-332.
- Gideon, L. (2010). Drug offendersâ€™ perceptions of motivation: the role of motivation in rehabilitation and reintegration. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 54(4), 597-610.
- Optional: Thacker, J., & Ward, T. (2010). Relapse prevention: a critique and proposed reconceptualisation. Behaviour Change, 27(3), 154-175.
- Optional: Relapse Prevention Plan Guides & Examples: How to Write a Bulletproof Relapse Prevention Plan, River Oaks; 5 Critical Components of Successful Relapse Prevention Plans, The Recovery Village; Your Relapse Prevention Plan Guide, Northpoint Washington.
- Relapse Prevention: A Relapse Prevention Plan: Early Warning Signs and Tools of Recovery. Read info on the webpage and watch Relapse Prevention Video â€“ Transcript
- Neuroscience of Addiction Video: Directions for the Future â€“ Time 29 mins (requires UNE Library sign-in), CC available
- â€œRecovery-Oriented Systems of Careâ€ Episode 275 of the Counselor Toolbox podcast with Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes, Time: (57:54 min).
- â€œRelapse Prevention Strategiesâ€ Episode 241 of the Counselor Toolbox podcast with Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes, Time: (1:01:00 min). Transcript