Living in Balance is an evidence-based program that draws from cognitive, behavioral, and experiential treatment approaches with a strong emphasis on relapse prevention. The program uses didactic education and instruction, written exercises, group process interaction through role-plays and discussion, relaxation and visualization exercises, and group-oriented recreational therapy exercises.
Listed on the National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices (NREPP), meets DMS-5 classifications, this flexible program draws from cognitive-behavioral, experiential, and Twelve Step approaches to help clients achieve lifelong recovery. Core Program is best used to build a solid foundation of essential education and skills for clients new to treatment and recovery from alcohol and other substance use disorders.
The curriculum includes:
Facilitator Guide – Designed to help you deliver the Living in Balance treatment program to multiple clients at the same time, the facilitator’s guide provides you with both the philosophical context for the curriculum and the practical, session-specific information you need to lead and assist clients in the recovery process
Audio CD – relaxation and visualization exercises (10 minutes each)
Client Session Materials – twelve unique sessions and over 365 pages of client session materials
Adult 12-session 2015 TPC-1000