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Title: Goal-Setting for Recovery


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Goal-Setting for Recovery
This Node-Link-Mapping workbook will help you to
prioritise and plan goals to work on, to break
them down to small steps and review your progress
with a keyworker or sponsor.
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Workshop Timetable
  • Introduction 5 mins
  • Node-link mapping as an engagement tool 10
    mins
  • NLM exercise 10 mins
  • Goal setting and the Recovery Plan 15 mins
  • Exercise 10 mins
  • Summary 5 mins

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  • SUPPORT, STRUCTURE GOAL DIRECTION
  • Quality of client-therapist alliance consistently
    associated with outcome
  • Therapists who stick more closely to an
    underlying theory of treatment experience better
    outcomes
  • Setting goals greater clarity and organization
    are associated with more positive reactions to
    treatment and better outcomes
  • REWARDS REWARDING ACTIVITES
  • Rewards during treatment for remaining
    substance-free CM, CRA
  • Planning for a generally more rewarding lifestyle
    TSF, CBT, BFC

Common Components of Effective Treatment
  • SELF-EFFICACY COPING SKILLS
  • Focus on building self-efficacy and skills to
    manage high-risk situations and life stressors
    obtain rewards that are an alternative to
    substance use CBT, CRA
  • Use group interactions to provide opportunities
    for sober behaviour leading to improvements in
    coping and self-efficacy TSF
  • ABSTINENCE-ORIENTED NORMS
  • Accepting abstinence-oriented norms and learning
    from abstinent role models TSF, CRA
  • Use role models who monitor sobriety CBT, BFC
  • Normative feedback about substance use and
    consequences MET

Moos R. Theory-Based Processes That Promote The
Remission of Substance Use Disorders. Clin
Psychol Rev (2007) 27(5) 537-551
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Node-Link Mapping
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Main Parts of Node-Link Maps
  • A node, which is just an idea captured in a box,
    circle, or other shape

Premier League football teams
For Example
  • Links (named or not) show the relationship
    between nodes

Premier League football teams
For Example
An Example of a Premier League football team is
WBA
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Node-Link Mapping
Knowledge Maps
Free Mapping
Guide Maps
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An example of a Free Map produced during a
counselling session
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Node-Link Mapping
Knowledge Maps
Free Mapping
Guide Maps
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An example of a Knowledge Map
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Node-Link Mapping
Knowledge Maps
Free Mapping
Guide Maps
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Exploring Self
Strengths
Health
Im pretty good looking tall mostly healthy
Problem Solving
Social Relationships
When Im clear headed I make pretty good
decisions. I can also talk well.
I have a couple of friends and I get along pretty
well with my daughter.
Emotions/Temperament
Beliefs and Values
I really want to change my life! I do know
what its like to be happy.
What are your
I try hard to do the right thing. I love my
daughter.
strengths?
Job/Career?
I have computer skills I have had three jobsin
the last 12 years I take work seriously
An example of a Guide Map (filled in)
How can you use your strengths to improve your
life?
Once I get control of my drug habit, maybe I can
use my skills to go into secretarial work
How useful was this map and discussion? Not
useful 1---2---3---4---5---6---7---8---9---10
Very useful Comments
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Free-Mapping
  • Exercise
  • Interview the person next to you for 5 minutes
  • Ask about
  • education history and career to date
  • hobbies and interests
  • family
  • Use a free map to record the
  • conversation

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Provide a workspace for exploring problems and
solutions
Improve therapeutic alliance
Focus attention on the topic at hand
BENEFITS OF MAPS
Provide easy reference to earlier discussions
Train clearer and more systematic thinking
Provide a method for getting unstuck by
providing new ideas
Create memory aids for client and keyworker
Useful structure for clinical supervision
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Goal setting
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Worker Date __/__/__
Name
Goalsetting Recovery planner
Life Area
Satisfaction out of 10
What would have to change to increase my score
out of 10?
Priority
Drug and/ or Alcohol use
Mental Health Anxiety, Mood, Stress, Relaxation
Physical Health, Diet Exercise
Relationships (Partner or family)
Social life peer support
Housing
Job/ Education
Money/ Debt
Legal crime
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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 It cant
get any worse................It cant
get any better
Goal Planner Rating Sheet Give each area of the
Goal Planner map a score between 1 and 10 to show
how happy you are now with this area of your
life 1 it cant get any worse 5 not unhappy,
but not happy either 10 it cant get any better
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Goalsetting Recovery plan
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My Goal
Goalsetting The SMART Goal Getter
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Collaborative Goalsetting - (Insoo Kim Berg, 1999)
  • 1. What and Who is important to the client.
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  • 2. Use this information to engage with the
    client.
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  • 3. What the client might want.
  • 4. Is the client able and willing to do what it
    takes?
  • 5. Negotiate small, simple, easy steps that
    client knows how to do. (S.M.A.R.T.) 
  • 6. The client actually carries out according to
    his/her plan.
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  • 7. Review and reassess what is the next small
    step.
  • 8. This gets repeated until the client reasons
    the level where it is better enough to stop.
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  • 9. All the credit for successes goes to the
    client.

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Goalsetting Recovery plan review
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Freedom from dependency on drugs or alcohol
Health and well being
Quality of life and freedom from offending
Goalsetting Targets and Tasks
Citizenship employability
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