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Nov 13th, 2013
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One of the largest  hurdles in recovering from a substance use disorder does not concern getting  sober, but rather, staying sober over time. Relapse is a constant threat;  clients are consistently battling against their triggers to remain sober.  Additionally, many recovering users suffer from pain, sometimes due to the  initial conditions that led them to use, or from conditions developed through  their chronic substance use. 

Keeping this in mind, respond to the  following questions:

  • Evaluate the most common relapse triggers.
  • Analyze at least two relapse prevention strategies.
  • Explain how pain causes complications in preventing relapse in  sober clients.
  • Hypothesize the risks and benefits in sober clients using pain  medication as prescribed to help manage their pain.

Using information from the textbook, lecture  materials, and other scholarly resources,  write  your initial response in approximately 300–400 words. Apply APA standards to  citation of sources.


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