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Preventing Relapse 

Preventing Relapse
Preventing Relapse

Katie Witkiewitz

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date: 16 May 2021

Chapter 73 explores the prevention of relapse and the clinical practice of relapse prevention (including reframing relapse as a process, identifying high-risk situations, learning to cope with urges to use in high-risk situations, minimizing the negative consequences of a lapse, and achieving lifestyle balance).

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