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(p. 95) Session 3: High-Risk Hierarchy / Social Network Triggers / Self-Management Plans 

(p. 95) Session 3: High-Risk Hierarchy / Social Network Triggers / Self-Management Plans
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(p. 95) Session 3: High-Risk Hierarchy / Social Network Triggers / Self-Management Plans
Author(s):

Elizabeth E. Epstein

and Barbara S. McCrady

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780195322811.003.0006
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date: 26 January 2021

Chapter 6 outlines the third session of the treatment program. This session encourages the patient to identify high-risk situations that would act as a trigger to drinking and rank them by difficulty. Social networks are also discussed, including individuals who can act as triggers, and the importance of support. Ways of self-managing triggers are explored and plans are made for future high-risk situations.

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