30 Day Alcohol and Drug Recovery Plan
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Do you want or need to be free from drugs and alcohol? This 30 day Alcohol and Drug Recovery Plan course will teach you the fundamentals through unique and time-tested approaches. Drug and Alcohol abuse and recovery is an important undertaking and now through the use of technology, students can heal in the space of their own home.
The course is designed to provide the student with the tools they need over the next 30 days in order to stay free from drugs and alcohol. You should take this course if you need the expertise of professionals but cannot commit to an inpatient-treatment facility or the expense of an out-patient arrangement.
This course also includes exclusive access to a number of free downloadable materials such as e-books, checklists, and resources.
This course is about 2 hours however, the material will need to be listened to and referred to over a 30 day time frame.
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|Section 1: Introduction and Detox|
This is a video introduction that helps students get to know the instructor. After completing this lecture, students will know who their instructor is , what her qualifications are, and how this all relates to the 30 day alcohol and drug recovery plan.
This lecture is designed to help those going through detox and how they may be able to go through this process in the comfort of their own home.
After taking this lecture, students will be able to understand what their bodies and mind will experience and will be given the tools they need to be successful when going through a detox.
This lecture includes an e-book that is accessible under course materials.
|Section 2: Managing your body|
In Lecture 3 we will talk about how your diet will play an important role in your recovery. It is important to know how food can affect the way you feel and think. Even for those who do not struggle with an addiction, food choices can dramatically affect a person's mood and the way that they think and feel about their life. Many people in recovery will turn to food for comfort which can negatively impact the chance for complete success.
After completing this lecture, students will understand how important maintaining a healthy diet is in recovery. Students will be able to learn how to read labels and differentiate between healthy eating and eating processed foods.
In lecture 4 we will talk about how to keep your body physically active which will not only help reduce cravings but it will also help you feel better overall.
After completing this lecture, students will be able to understand the connection between staying active and feeling better. Students will also be able to implement the ideas given to them on how to keep their bodies active during recovery.
In lecture 5 we will discuss Post-Acute Withdrawal Syndrome, otherwise known as P.A.W.S. and how to manage those symptoms.
After taking this lecture students will be able to identify symptoms of P.A.W.S. and will be given the tools needed in order to overcome the cravings.
This is our last lecture in Unit 2: Sleep. We will talk about sleep and how to manage it to keep the body healthy and stable.
After taking this lecture, students will be able to understand the connection between sleep and health. Students will be given the tools they need to be successful at getting just the right amount of sleep during recovery.
|Section 3: Psychological Stress during Recovery|
After taking this lecture, students will understand how mental health and recovery go hand in hand. Students will be able to recognize the importance of treating both disorders (mental health and substance use) at the same time.
|After taking this lecture, students will be able to manage their psychological stress and identify the reasons behind the stress.|
|This lecture talks about how professional counseling or therapy may be beneficial. After taking this lecture students will be able to assess their own situation to be able to understand if seeing a mental health professional is right for them.|
|This lecture, Managing a Crisis, is designed to help students navigate effectively through a crisis. This lecture provides 7 key steps that are essential when working through a crisis and students will be able to identify when these 7 steps will need to be used.|
|This lecture will help students be able to understand what their own triggers are. After taking this lecture students will be able to set up their environment in a way to avoid certain triggers during their first 30 days of recovery.|
|After taking this lecture students will understand the difference between spirituality and religion. Students will be able to use spirituality in their own way and as a tool to help them through their journey.|
|Section 4: Environmental and Social Factors during Recovery|
|After completing this lecture, students will be able to better understand family dynamics during recovery and will be able to take inventory to decide who in their family will be helpful and who will make things worse. Students will learn how to cope with family members that may not be very supportive or even those who may try and sabotage their recovery.|
|After completing this lecture students will be able to better understand how friends and acquaintances will help or hinder their progress. Students will receive a very specific approach to dealing with friends who may not quite understand the intensity of this program.|
|After completing this lecture, students will gain the confidence they will need in order to power through and continue on with their responsibilities and obligations. Students will also be given a list of excuses they will need in their back pocket for those pesky co-workers or classmates who may be constantly sending an invite for weekend fun.|
|This lecture has 7 key components and students will need to see which group they fall into. These groups consist of: living alone, teenagers, college aged or living with roommates, married or living with a significant other, parents, empty-nesters, and retirees. Some students may fit into multiple categories so understanding each group is beneficial. After completing this lecture, students will be able to adjust their living situation or make preparations in order to be successful for thirty days and beyond.|
My name is Denise and I am the owner of Live Rehab which is a service that provides drug and alcohol support online. My education includes having an Associate's Degree in Behavioral Health and Chemical Dependency, a Bachelor's Degree in Counseling with an emphasis on Substance Abuse, Chemical Dependency, and Addiction, and a Master's Degree in Psychology. I have multiple certifications in chemical dependency and have worked as a drug and alcohol counselor. I have 5 years of experience working in the behavioral health field and was a crisis counselor and supervisor working with teens before becoming a Udemy instructor.