Drug Relapse Essays and Term Papers

  • Theories of Addiction Explanations for Continuing Drug Use and Relapse

    behavior is extinguish and, without stimuli exposure, the subjects craving for the substance returns briefly. This is believed to be cause of relapse in some subjects battling this disorder. The final model to be discussed is the inhibitory control dysfunction model. Inhibitory control ...

      825 Words | 5 Pages   Classical conditioning, Impulsivity, Operant conditioning, Behaviorism

  • Relapse

    Relapse Factors and Warning Signs Relapse is usually caused by a combinations of factors. Some possible factors and warning signs might be: * Stopping medications on one’s own or against the advice of medical professionals * Hanging around old drinking haunts and drug using friends – slippery...

      4316 Words | 12 Pages   Stress management, Coping (psychology), Grief, Relapse

  • relapse

    Relapse I want to be thin, that’s all there really is to it. I want people to like me and think I’m pretty. I just really want to fit in. Nice girls say hi to me but never want to be seen with me. The boys look at me with utter disgust. The popular girls snarl and snicker as they strut around me with...

      777 Words | 3 Pages  

  • Relapse Factor

    Understanding Relapse Factor and View to Counseling Services among Drug Addicts in PUSPEN Abstract Issues in drug abuse are not new to our community in our county. In 1983, the government found that the drug problem is no longer just a social problem but it began to be seen as a threat to national...

      507 Words | 2 Pages   Drug rehabilitation, Substance dependence, Qualitative research, Interview

  • Stress and Relapse

    Stress and Relapse Addiction is a disease affected by social, individual, and behavioral factors (Sinha). In addiction many things can cause one to relapse and fall back into an addictive lifestyle. The key factor in daily living for people with or without an addiction is stress. Stress is a mental...

      703 Words | 2 Pages   Stress (psychological), Stress management, Health, Coping (psychology)

  • Recovery and Relapse

    Recovery and Relapse Recovery and Relapse Addiction is a disease in which people develop a tolerance for their drug of choice, making the possibility of recovery more difficult with each passing day. It can be accomplished though and takes motivation from internal sources to push a person towards...

      1435 Words | 4 Pages   Substance dependence, Drug withdrawal, Substance use disorder, Relapse

  • Relapse Prevention

    Relapse Prevention ADC – 208 Case Management M.Reynolds   Relapse Prevention An addict/client must always realize and be aware that relapse is a distinct possibility which can happen to anyone who is or has ever been an abuser. Prevention from relapse is an ongoing process...

      1829 Words | 6 Pages   Substance dependence, Relapse, Anxiety, Drug rehabilitation

  • Relapse Prevention

    Relapse Prevention – Warning Signs  It has well been said that relapse begins days, weeks, months or even years before an individual actually returns to drinking and or using. If you remember that recovery and sobriety are much more than just not drinking or using then this makes all the sense in...

      6703 Words | 18 Pages   Substance dependence, Anger, Elijah, Jezebel

  • Maintenance and Relapse Prevention

    Maintenance and relapse prevention are the most important factors in succeeding after treatment or abstinence from any substance are achevied. Many components attribute to maintenance and unfortunately once treatment is completed and the client returns to everyday life the true challenges present themselves...

      1433 Words | 4 Pages   Substance dependence, Relapse, Alcoholism, Substance abuse

  • Relapse Prevention in Addiction

    RELAPSE PREVENTION AND CLIENT’S SOBRIETY Relapse Prevention and Client’s Sobriety Connie Sutton Grand Canyon University PCN 511/Intro into Chemical Dependence Counseling Meagan Foxx, LSAC January 25, 2011 Introduction Therapists plan treatment with clients in efforts to establish...

      1179 Words | 4 Pages   Drug rehabilitation, Substance dependence, Psychotherapy, Substance use disorder

  • Treatment, and Relapse Strategies

     Prevention, Intervention, Treatment, and Relapse Strategies BSHS 431 August 13, 2012 Prevention, Intervention, Treatment, and Relapse Prevention Strategies Drug and Alcohol are powerful chronic addictions that have no mercy on individuals who have arrived at this stage of the disease...

      1727 Words | 5 Pages   Motivational interviewing, Cognitive behavioral therapy, Methadone, Drug rehabilitation

  • Psychology application paper5 relapse

    Lecturer: Dr.Siddiqui Topic: Relapse Relapse can be defined as a return to former unhealthy patterns. To lapse back into a former state or condition especially one involving bad habits. Relapse can be a great challenge in the maintenance stage of the stages of change.The term relapse though commonly used...

      414 Words | 1 Pages  

  • Intervention, Treatment, and Relapse Prevention

    Intervention, treatment, and relapse prevention Heidi Russell BSHS 431 September 17, 2012 Michelle Thomas Intervention, treatment, and relapse prevention This writer interviewed and researched Aegis Medical Systems. Aegis Medical Systems specializes in drug-replacement therapy; a treatment...

      1401 Words | 4 Pages   Substance dependence, Mental health professional, Drug rehabilitation, Drug detoxification

  • Relapse Prevention Plan

     Relapse Prevention Plan Margaret Farley Grand Canyon University PCN 501 November 26, 2014 Relapse Prevention Plan Jed, a 38 – year old welder, enrolled in the treatment center after his arrest resulting from drunken driving (DUI/DWI) (National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, n.d...

      1056 Words | 3 Pages   Substance dependence, Drug rehabilitation, Alcoholism, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

  • Relapse Prevention Plan revised

     Relapse Prevention Therapy (RPT) was chiefly projected as a maintenance design for use pursuing the treatment of addictive behaviors even nevertheless it is additionally utilized as a stand-alone treatment design (Marlatt & Gordon, 1985; Parks & Marlatt, 1999). In the most finished sense, RPT is a...

      1414 Words | 6 Pages   Substance dependence, Cognitive behavioral therapy, Drug rehabilitation, Stress (psychological)

  • Nephrotic Syndrome Relapse

    Pediatr Nephrol (2007) 22:232–236 DOI 10.1007/s00467-006-0316-y ORIGINAL ARTICLE Triggers of relapse in steroid-dependent and frequently relapsing nephrotic syndrome Shori Takahashi & Naohiro Wada & Hitohiko Murakami & Satoshi Funaki & Tetsuji Inagaki & Kensuke Harada & Michio Nagata Received:...

      300 Words | 1 Pages  

  • Warning Signs of Relapse

    WARNING SIGNS OF RELAPSE The clinical definition of relapse is when a person is affected again by a condition that affected them in the past. By definition, for relapse to happen, the disease must have been in remission or cured. In the case of addiction, the disease is incurable (chronic),...

      2725 Words | 9 Pages   Behaviour therapy, Drug rehabilitation, Art therapy, Psychotherapy

  • Drugs

    given for chronic and intractable cancer pain as self-adhesive patches which release the drug at approximately 25 micrograms/h for 72 h. 5. Fentanyl is so potent that discarded patches may yet contain sufficient drug to be dangerous. Tramadol: 1. It is an opioid with relatively weak agonist action...

      1887 Words | 7 Pages   Analgesic, Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, Antibiotic resistance, Food allergy

  • Drugs

    safest theurapeutical active substances known to man.’’ Marihuana should be legalized, because it could be used as a medicinal plant, help to reduce drug-related crime, it would be beneficial for the economy and it has not harmful side effects. Medicinal marihuana has been effective in treating symptoms...

      286 Words | 1 Pages   Substance dependence

  • Drugs

    Introduction A drug is any substance that alters the normal biological functions of the body. Production of Illegal drugs is normally prohibited and their use is strictly controlled because they can lead to addiction or habituation. Drugs such as heroin, cocaine, ecstasy, and marijuana can be extremely...

      1216 Words | 3 Pages   Prohibition of drugs, Illegal drug trade, Substance abuse, Drug liberalization

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