By Stephanie S. Covington
During this re-creation, Stephanie Covington comprises vital new evidence-based information and new confirmed concepts for her precise and unique software, in addition to new how you can deal with trauma and substance abuse, new rules for gender responsive techniques with ladies offenders, and a brand new module on sexuality and women's restoration. additionally, ladies who've been utilizing the booklet have written in lots of small alterations and corrections within the instructions and workouts. the most recent, and most recent conception and perform for this very concentrated yet vast box of treatment.
A Woman's Journal is tied seamlessly to the facilitator's advisor. It comprises workouts to be used in staff periods, summaries of knowledge offered from the facilitator's advisor, and mirrored image questions and actions to be used after crew periods.
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Not at All Just a Little Pretty Much Very Much 1. I keep up my physical appearance (nails, hair, bathing, clean clothes). 2. I exercise regularly. 3. I eat healthy meals. 4. I get restful sleep. 5. I go to work/school (or I complete tasks). 6. I can adapt to change. 7. I keep up my living space. 8. I take constructive criticism well. 9. I can accept praise. 10. I laugh at funny things. 11. I acknowledge my needs and feelings. 12. I engage in new interests. 13. I can relax without drugs or alcohol.
Qxd 3/11/08 8:05 PM Page 21 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. qxd 3/11/08 8:05 PM Page 22 Recovery Scale Please take a few moments to mark the degree to which you do each of the following things. You can make an “X” or a circle on each line to indicate your response. You will complete this form again at the end of this module on Self to see how you have changed. You will not have to compare your answers with anyone else in the group, nor will you be judged on how well you are doing.
Your first relationship is with the family you grew up in, which is called your family of origin. It is in our family that we first learn powerful messages about relationships. We often re-create relationships in our adult lives that are built on what we learned as children. Many of us did not grow up in healthy families; therefore, we may not know how to create a healthy relationship. The next few group sessions focus on relationships and will help you to think about the relationships in your life.
A Woman's Journal: Helping Women Recover by Stephanie S. Covington