A New Freedom

Finding Your Direction

Part of our comprehensive workbook series and designed for use in the middle portions of recovery and personal change programs, these materials provide support in cognitive and behavioral change (CBT) and personal growth. They help build motivation for lifestyle changes (MET) and help indicate discrepancies between current behaviors and the achievement of desired life goals. Concepts include denial, self-inventories, multiple dependencies, controlling, and trust. These programs can be tailored to age and gender-specific treatment programs.

Catalog Code Title Description Hours
FD1 Giving Your Thinking a “Reality Check” Self-inventory and helpful review of progress in recovery program. This workbook is designed to support the motivational enhancement (MET) approach, guiding clients from contemplation of change to action. Primarily for adult programs. Please also see resource CBT1 as an alternative to this workbook. 5
FD2 Facing Your Dependencies Helps clients identify additional dependency issues and identifies possible risks of replacing one dependency with another. Primarily for adult programs. 5
FD3 Control! Identifies and addresses range of controlling behaviors and control issues and links controlling with dependencies. Topics include need to control feelings and controlling of others. Primarily for adult programs. 8
FD4 Coping With Uncomfortable Feelings Addresses typical denial issues in the recovery process. Review of triggers and feelings. This workbook is designed to support the motivational enhancement (MET) approach, guiding clients from contemplation of change to action. Primarily for adult programs. Please also see resource CBT6 as an alternative to this workbook. 5
FD5 Becoming Realistic and Honest With Yourself Addresses denial issues, increases self-awareness, and addresses issues of continuing vulnerability. This workbook is designed to support the motivational enhancement (MET) approach, guiding clients from contemplation of change to action. 5
FD6 Learning to Trust (trusting yourself and others) Identifies and addresses basic issues of trust: (1) low trust of others (including issues of past hurt or abuse); (2) low trust of self; (3) being unworthy of trust; (4) being overly trusting. This workbook is designed to support the motivational enhancement (MET) approach, guiding clients from contemplation of change to action. 5

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