[Authentic] Bachelor of Community Mental Health,

Bachelor of Community Mental Health, Alcohol and Other Drugs
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Year 2, Semester 1, 2019
Mental Health Practice B
HE-BCHT103
Assessment Task 2: Case Study – Wellness Recovery Support Plan
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MAPPING YOUR RECOVERY JOURNEY
GETTING STARTED – THE ME TODAY MAP
Relationships
Health
Interests
Me Today
Work
What do I want?
Emotions
GETTING STARTED – ASSESSING YOUR STRENGTHS
Problem Solving/Coping
Social Relationships
Health and Physical
What are your strengths?
Work and Skills
Emotions/Temperament
Values and Beliefs
RECOVERY PLANNING – WHAT ARE YOUR PRIORITIES
Goals for tackling this problem
Summarise the Problem
Problem Area
RECOVERY PLANNING – SETTING A GOAL – 1
Helpful people & useful thoughts
Strengths you have or need
Goal
Solutions
Possible Problems
RECOVERY PLANNING – SETTING A GOAL – 2
When
Specific Actions
Helpful people & useful thoughts
Strengths you have or need
Goal
Possible Problems
Solutions
RECOVERY PLANNING – SETTING A GOAL – 3
When
Specific Actions
Strengths you have or need
Helpful people & useful thoughts
Goal
Solutions
Possible Problems
RECOVERY PLANNING – SETTING A GOAL – 4
Strengths you have or need
Helpful people & useful thoughts
Goal
Possible Problems
Solutions
BUILDING YOUR MOTIVATION – STAYING THE SAME OR CHANGING?
Making a change to my life
Continuing to as before
Disadvantage
Advantage
Advantage
Disadvantage
BUILDING MOTIVATION – PLANNING FOR THE FUTURE
Where I am now?
Where would I like to be in 5 years time?
COPING AND SELF-ESTEEM – ASSERTIVENESS
Situation where I didn’t behave assertively
What happened?
What emotions were you feeling?
How intense was that emotion?
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What were your thoughts at the time?
What could I do differently next time?
What have I learned from this?
COPING AND SELF-ESTEEM – BUILDING SELF-ESTEEM
What are my strengths and achievements?
Ways I can look after myself:
Things I can say back to my inner critic:
Things I can do to improve my self-esteem
Things I can do to treat myself when I’m feeling down:
Who can I talk to for support?
AVOIDING RELAPSE – EXPLORING YOUR DRUG AND/OR ALCOHOL USE
EXTERNAL FACTORS
Who was with you?
Where were you?
When did you use?
EXPLORE YOUR DRUG AND/OR ALCOHOL USE
What did you use?
How much did you use?
How long did you use for?
INTERNAL FACTORS
What were you thinking about before you started?
What were you feeling physically?
What were you feeling emotionally?
MANAGING CRAVINGS
How can I deal with my cravings?
WAYS OF DISTRACTING MYSELF
WAYS OF RELAXING MYSELF
THINGS I CAN TELL MYSELF
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RELAPSE PREVENTION – MANAGING A LAPSE
How can I avoid them?
How can I avoid them?
EXTERNAL
INTERNAL
CRAVINGS
How do they feel?
How can I cope with cravings?
What do I do if I lapse?
LAPSE
BUILDING A RECOVERY FUTURE – SOCIAL NETWORKS AND SUPPORT
How will this person support my recovery journey?
What makes this person important to me?
PEOPLE WHO ARE IMPORTANT TO YOU
YOUR PEER NETWORK
What are your experiences?
What are the groups?BUILDING A RECOVERY FUTURE – ENGAGING WITH MUTUAL AID AND COMMUNITY GROUPS
What do they do?
Who do you know that goes?
Local recovery groups
Why do people go?
What could you get out of it?
PLANNING YOUR LONG-TERM RECOVERY FUTURE
Strengths you need to have
Helpful people and useful thoughts
Solutions and strengths I have to build upon
When?
What I am going to do to achieve this goal
My Next Goal
Possible problems
Best, D. Recovery Mentor’s Companion Guide. Welsh Government.
 

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