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The Importance of Relapse Prevention

Relapse Prevention in Baltimore County

Relapse does not only occur at the point of using drugs or alcohol again. Relapse happens in stages and is oftentimes overlooked due to the fact that the addict isn’t physically using again. Understanding the signs of relapse, taking part in a relapse prevention program, and seeking care from a therapist are all important steps to take to avoid using again. Addictions and Recovery writes that there are three stages of relapse: emotional relapse, mental relapse, and physical relapse. Using drugs or alcohol is the third stage of relapse, and there are many things you can do before this occurs.

Relapse Prevention

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If you or a loved one are recovering from an addiction, The Bergand Group can help. We provide support throughout the entire recovery process for our clients. Our experience demands that we meet our clients at their needs, whether they have completed treatment at a residential setting or through one of our intensive outpatient programs. It is our goal to prepare our clients with the insight and education into the risks and causes of relapse.

Our Mindfulness Based Relapse Prevention is an evidence-based program that integrates cognitive behavioral relapse prevention skills with mindfulness practices. Mindfulness practices assist clients in “increasing awareness of triggers and habitual reactions, to develop a new relationship with these experiences and to learn concrete skills to use in high risk situations.”¹

The program is designed for individuals who are new to recovery or may be struggling to maintain their recovery. Individuals who are new to recovery may find a deeper understanding of their personal recovery process while developing skills to maintain a happy and healthy lifestyle. Individuals who are struggling to maintain recovery will understand their own personal triggers and how to effectively deal with them in positive manners.

For information about our relapse prevention programs, contact The Bergand Group today.

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About The Bergand Group:

At The Bergand Group in Baltimore, MD our therapists have more than twenty years of experience in the mental health and addiction fields. Our focus is on providing comprehensive mental health care and appropriate care for addictive disorders. We offer both alcohol rehabilitation and drug rehabilitation. If you or someone you know is struggling with alcohol or substance addiction, there is help available. We also offer several other services, including family therapy and counseling. We can help. Contact us today. [/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]

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