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(p. 77) Goal Planning in Recovery 

(p. 77) Goal Planning in Recovery
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(p. 77) Goal Planning in Recovery
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Dennis C. Daley

, and Antoine Douaihy

DOI:
10.1093/med-psych/9780190926717.003.0008
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date: 03 July 2020

Recovery is the process of managing a substance use disorder (SUD) and making changes in oneself and one’s lifestyle to improve the quality of life. Recovery involves four major dimensions: (1) health, (2) home, (3) purpose, and (4) community. The objectives of this chapter are to help the client learn that there are different paths to recovery, to help the client learn about the various domains of recovery, to help the client identify specific recovery goals, and to help the client develop strategies to reach the identified goals.

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