Counselors’ Role in Relapse Prevention & Recovery in Treating Individuals with Substance Use Disorder
1 CE Hour Approved by NBCC
“Counselors’ Role in Relapse Prevention & Recovery in Treating Individuals with Substance Use Disorder”
Mark Loftis & Nathan Payne
While relapse rates in substance abuse differs little from relapse in other illnesses such as diabetes and hypertension, relapse for persons in recovery can be challenging on many levels. Counselors need to be knowledgeable of relapse prevention, relapse determinants, and intervention strategies. This presentation intends to equip counselors with resources in these three critical areas.
- This presentation intends to equip counselors with information about effective relapse prevention techniques.
- This presentation will explore the determinants of relapse.
- This presentation will identify relapse intervention strategies.
About the Speakers
Mark A. Loftis, Ph.D. is an associate professor of Counseling and Psychology at Tennessee Tech University. He is a member of TLPCA, TCA, AARC, and SACES. He has 30 years of experience in community mental health. He actively engages in exploring integration of spirituality in clinical practice.
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