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PCN 501 Grand Canyon Week 8 Discussion 1
How do coping strategies help clients prevent relapse? Present two examples of coping strategies and justify their effectiveness
PCN 501 Grand Canyon Week 8 Discussion 2
What is a client's support system, and how is it important in preventing relapse?
PCN 501 Grand Canyon Week 8 Assignment
Relapse Prevention Plan
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Develop a relapse prevention plan based upon the “Jed Assessment Case Study” provided. The plan should be in a format that might be given to the client to use as a guide. The plan must address the following:
1- Client name and age
2- Client’s family situation
3- 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?
4- If the client relapses, what is the client’s plan to get help?
5- What high-risk situations could trigger a relapse for the client?
6- What high-risk behaviors or irrational thoughts could lead to relapse?
7- What coping skills may help the client remain sober?
8- 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?
9- How would Jed’s family be involved in his relapse prevention plan?
10- How would Jed’s family and ethnic culture impact his relapse prevention plan?
11- What resources are available in the community to help Jed prevent relapse? (use resources that are available in your community/area)
12- Develop a sobriety card that contains telephone numbers of people the client (Jed) could call if he felt he was were at risk to relapse. (You can add information that is not included in the case study)
Include a minimum of three scholarly references to support the information provided in the prevention plan.
While APA format is not required for the body of this assignment, solid academic writing is expected and in-text citations and references should be presented using APA documentation guidelines, which can be found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center.
This assignment uses a rubric. Please review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion.
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Jed Assessment Case Study
Jed is a 38-year-old welder who came into the treatment center after being arrested for drinking and driving (DUI/DWI). His attorney has suggested that he quit drinking and enter treatment, at least until his trial,which is scheduled to occur in two months. Jed does not anticipate serving jail .homeworkminutes.com/question/view/149390/Grand-canyon-PCN501-Week-8-Relapse-Prevention-Plan-Latest-2015-Dec#">time, but he believes that treatment could strengthen his legal case. After his first arrest for DUI two years ago, he simply paid a fine and attended a special driver's education program for six weeks. Jed found the program to be a “waste of time”.
Jed has been married for eight years and has two daughters, aged 8and 6. He has had numerous arguments with his wife, Emily, concerning his drinking. He gets very angry and defensive when she confronts him about his heavy drinking and he asserts that he is not an alcoholic. He knows this is true because his father was an alcoholic and Jed says that he is not like his father. His father died as the result of a fight that occurred in traffic when he was drunk. Jed says that his father used to “beat the tar” out of him and his brother when he was drunk and that his father always belittled, taunted, and threatened their mother, whether he was drunk or sober. Jed references that his family is Irish and that it was cultural normal to drink and enjoy alcohol and that all of his family and relatives drink in excess.
Jed's work history is very good; he misses less than one day per year. He works the day shift on weekdays, putting in time-and-a-half on most Saturdays. He is well regarded by his supervisors and peers at work. He is fearful that his employer will find out about his treatment (it is being covered by his HMO), and that people at work will learn about the second DUI arrest.
Jed drinks with his buddies from the plant, and does not think that his drinking is any more than what they do. He was just “unlucky” and got caught doing what everyone else seems to get away with. Jed's drinking is very predictable: he drinks 8-9 beers on a weeknight. Several of these are consumed at the bar with friends, the remainder .homeworkminutes.com/question/view/149390/Grand-canyon-PCN501-Week-8-Relapse-Prevention-Plan-Latest-2015-Dec#">at home over the course of the evening. He usually falls asleep in front of the television. On weekends, he often drinks several12-packs between Friday and Sunday. A typical Saturday involves getting up at 10:00 a.m., playing soccer with friends, and going to the bar for the rest of the day and night. This pattern leads to arguments with Emily, who calls him a “lousy father”. At times, Jed has had unsettling episodes of being unable to recall what happened while drinking. He has commented to friends that “maybe I overdo it a bit”. Several times, he has attempted to cut down on his drinking, especially after the last DUI. He once attended a few AA meetings, but did not feel that AA was helpful: "It was listening to a lot of guys whining…" and he especially did not care for the prayers.
Despite these attempts, Jed has experienced increased consumption levels over the past two years. He admits that, as a result of the drinking, he has become increasingly estranged from his wife and daughters. Jed feels that his marriage has been basically good, but that he would not blame Emily for leaving him, the way things have been going lately. She will no longer sleep with him while he is intoxicated, which occurs regularly. She complains that the house is falling apart because Jed does not keep up with his chores. He believes that his marriage would become solid again, if he stopped over doing the drinking, but he complains about her hassling him about the alcohol.
Jed is not close to his remaining family members. His mother is very religious and wishes Jed would see religion as a way out of his problems. His siblings live in other communities and they rarely get together. His wife and daughters regularly attend his mother's church, but Jed only attends on Christmas Eve and Easter Sunday.
Jed is distraught about having to remain abstinent in preparation for the trial. He has trouble getting to sleep without alcohol. He also “gets jumpy” when he tries to stay away from drinking, feeling “closed in or like he is suffocating”. Jed reports that he is not used to socializing without alcohol and alcohol helps him relax and be more social with people.
Jed is willing to go to AA meetings only because he knows they may be court ordered and it may be better for his legal case. He does struggle with the philosophy of AA. He does not like the spirituality part of the program and does not like when people talk about God.
He does believe that he can go to the bars with his friends and not drink. He does think that he can increase his sports activities to help him not drink although many of his friends who play also drink.
National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism.(n.d.). Case examples. Retrieved March 28, 2010, from.niaaa.nih.gov/publications/Social/Teaching%20Case%20Examples/Case%20Examples.html">http://pubs.niaaa.nih.gov/publications/Social/Teaching%20Case%20Examples/Case%20Examples.html
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