5 Stages of Recovery – Looks like, Dangers and Role of Services
Impact of Illness
Life is Limited
Change is Possible
Commitment to Change
Actions for Change
5 WRAP Key Concepts of Recovery
Hope Personal Responsibility
7 Primary Parts of a WRAP Plan
Wellness Tool Box
Daily Maintenance Plan
Identifying Triggers and an Action Plan
Identifying early warming signs and an Action Plan
Identifying signs that things are breaking down and an Action Plan
Post Crisis Planning
3 Principles of Self Determination
10 Whole Health And Resiliency factors in WHAM
Service to Others
Optimism based on positive expectations
Cognitive skill to avoid negative thinking
Spiritual Beliefs and Practices
A sense of meaning and purpose
5 Keys to Success in WHAM
A person centered goal
A weekly Action Plan
A daily /weekly personal log
One to One Peer Support
A weekly WHAM Peer Support Group
5 Steps in the Picba Problem solving approach
Problem – State the problem as clearly as possible.
Impact – Identify how the person is impacting the situation.
Cost/Benefit – Explore the Cost and Benefits
Brainstorm – Coming up with ideas identifying options. 5-7 time limit
Actions – Time limited
The Role of Peer Support and Peer Support Services 4.4
Peer Support Services
3 Aspects of Effective Listening
Effective listening has to do with knowing what we are listening for.
The Art of asking Questions
Igniting the Spark of Hope
5 Steps to Igniting the Spark of Hope
Interest – Identify an area of interest
Cost /Benefit – Explore the costs and benefits of making change.
Able to do – Find actions the person is able to do to get started.
Need help with – Look for something that will require new skill.
Supports – Explore the persons support network.
Definition of Culture Session GA 25
4 Aspects of our Cultural Programming Software
Culture determines our behavior and attitudes
No one is culture free
Most cultural rules are never written
We interpret other people’s behavior through our own cultural software.
Definition of Automatic Cultural Filters Session GA 25
4 Areas that can be used to enhance Diversity Competence
Awareness – recognize differences
Knowledge – learn about different cultures.
Skills – Take personal responsibility for the way you respond to differences.
Action / Behavior – be aware, be sensitive, use boundaries.
Facing Your Fears
Comfort Zone – An area where your comfortable and not willing to do anything that makes you uncomfortable. No risk taking. Complacency.
Reasonable Fear – A good or healthy fear based on fact. Scared of snakes, bears
Limiting Fear – A fear that limits you and may or may not be based on fact. Fear of failure.
Negative Self – Talk Source – Inside – 5 Examples
I am a loser
It’s too late.
I cannot do it.
I will never measure up.
Negative Messages – Source – Outside
You are a loser
Your f’d up in the head
Room dark, messy and cold
Program environments that work Against Recovery
You will never be able to live independently
Not permitting failure
No recognition of achievements
Program environments that work For Recovery
Create opportunities for consumers to share their success stories with one another.
Provide Peer Mentors in specific areas of a person’s life.
Ensure that the overriding theme in everything that goes on is that the person can get better.
3 Steps to Combatting Negative Self Talk
3 Steps in the Process of Effective Communication
Observe and affirm the others position, values and concerns.
Relate the others position, values and concerns to your experiences as a consumer.
Offer a we statement that acknowledges the common ground and promotes partnership in creating another way of doing things.
Treatment Services – Maintenance Stabilization
Rehabilitation Services – Recovery – Recovery and resiliency
Definition of Hope and Recovery Session 1. 3
Beliefs and Values
Negative Message 6.4
That work against Recovery
That work for Recovery
Shared lived experiences
Intrinsic what’s wrong instead of what’s right.
The Impact of Diagnosis on Self -Image
The crushing of ones hopes and dreams
Denial, despair, anguish
Low self – esteem
Role of Documentation
Medicaid requires it. ACT Team and PSR Should mach work per work. The Golden Thread and same directions. Should interrelate.
4 Parts of an IRRP
Progress Note : Snapshot of a group – pathway to goal. Treatment plan 1st. Consumer draws up treatment plan.
3 Core Parts of a Daily Progress Note
Creative Art Techniques, Self Expression Techniques, Used Artwork to express building strengths.
Documentation is an Act of Creative thinking and writing.
Book – windows to our children.
I.S. Individual Served.
Appalachian Consulting Group 2012