Read the “Jed Assessment Case Study” and imagine that Jeb is your client. Develop a relapse prevention plan based upon the “Jed Relapse Prevention Plan” provided. The plan should be in a format that might be given to the client to use as a guide. Use third person (i.e., Jed will or the client will) and assume that the two of you have formulated the plan together. The plan must address the following:
- Client name and age
- Client’s family situation
- What is the client’s agreement to stop using drugs/alcohol? Be specific. For example, does the client commit to attending AA meetings? If so, how many?
- If the client relapses, what is the client’s plan to get help?
- What high-risk situations could trigger a relapse for the client?
- What high-risk behaviors or irrational thoughts could lead to relapse?
- What coping skills may help the client remain sober?
- What new activities could the client participate in to help replace old behaviors such as going out with his friends, for a drink, etc. after work? How many? How often?
- How would Jed’s family be involved in his relapse prevention plan?
- How would Jed’s family and ethnic culture impact his relapse prevention plan?
- What resources are available in the community to help Jed prevent relapse? Use resources that are available in your community/area.
- Develop a sobriety card that contains people and resources the client (Jed) could call if he felt he was were at risk to relapse (e.g., sponsor, family members, crisis hotline). Include why that person/resource should be included.
APA style is not required but solid academic writing is expected.
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This assignment meets the following CACREP Standard: 5.C.2.c: Mental health service delivery modalities within the continuum of care, such as inpatient, outpatient, partial treatment and aftercare, and the mental health counseling services networks.