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Relapse Prevention Therapy Program


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woman talks with therapist about needing a relapse prevention therapy programThe journey to recovery takes time as well as effort. There will always be challenges and setbacks that occur along the way, like cravings and triggers for relapse. Relapse is a common part of the recovery journey. Many of those who are working to overcome addiction will return to use after a period of sobriety. However, even though relapse is common, it doesn’t have to be inevitable. The relapse prevention therapy program at Roaring Brook Recovery can help reduce the risk of relapse by equipping individuals with the tools they need to stay on track.

This therapeutic approach focuses on identifying triggers for relapse and developing skills and strategies to cope with them. Participants in the relapse prevention therapy program will work with their therapist on developing a personalized relapse prevention plan tailored to their individual needs and goals. This plan will include a set of steps to take when they are feeling particularly vulnerable or triggered, such as reaching out for support from a sponsor or participating in a recovery activity.

Roaring Brook Recovery’s Kentucky addiction counseling programs support long-term change. If you’re ready to learn more, contact our team at 855.590.9944 today.

Understanding Relapse

Relapse is complex and can occur for a variety of reasons. It is important to understand that relapse can be seen as a learning experience rather than a failure. It’s not a sign that you or your loved one will never be able to overcome addiction but rather an opportunity to gain insight into what triggers relapse and what strategies can be used to prevent it.

Some of the most common triggers for relapse include:

  • Stress
  • Chronic pain
  • Negative emotions
  • Social pressure
  • Unresolved trauma

Relapse can be a sign that more treatment is needed—such as attending additional therapy sessions or joining a support group—and that current strategies may need to be adjusted.

Whether you or your loved one has experienced relapse in the past, relapse prevention therapy can help reduce the risk of relapse and support long-term recovery.

What to Expect in Relapse Prevention Therapy

Relapse prevention therapy sessions at Roaring Brook Recovery will be tailored to each individual’s needs. During these sessions, participants will work with their therapist to identify triggers for relapse and develop a personalized relapse prevention plan. This may include activities that can be done when feeling triggered or vulnerable, such as participating in a recovery activity or speaking with a friend.

The relapse prevention program will also help individuals develop coping skills and strategies to manage their cravings and emotions. This includes learning how to identify potential triggers, how to create an action plan in case of relapse, and how to develop a strong support system.

These sessions will not only provide skills and strategies to reduce the risk of relapse but also help participants understand the dynamics of relapse and how it can be prevented.

As part of a comprehensive approach to addiction treatment that includes therapies like trauma therapy, family therapy, and cognitive-behavioral therapy, relapse prevention therapy can help individuals remain on track in their recovery journey.

Contact Roaring Brook Recovery for More on Effective Relapse Prevention Therapy

If you’re in need of a relapse prevention program, we can help. Our Lexington addiction treatment center features supportive outpatient treatment in a supportive environment. Here, you can focus on building the foundation you need for sustainable sobriety. If you’ve relapsed in the past, there is no shame or judgment here—just evidence-based treatment from a team of experienced clinicians.

Contact our team at Roaring Brook Recovery today to learn more about relapse prevention therapy and how it can help you stay on track in your recovery journey. Call 855.590.9944 or reach out online to get started.