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CNL-501: Recovery Management Plan Worksheet
Read the Jed case study and create a recovery management plan for Jed. Keep in mind that you
would typically create this plan in collaboration with the client to ensure the greatest chance for
success; however, in this instance, you will create one for Jed based on what you can glean from
the case study.
Client Name:
Jed Smith
Age/Date of Birth:
30 years old
Date of Plan:
1/07/2021
Next Date of Review: *
1/09/2021
*This can be 30, 60, or 90 days.
Biopsychosocial Summary:
Provide a brief description of the client's presenting symptoms.
<Provide a Biopsychosocial Summary for Jed here.>
Jane, my wonderful wife, and I have two young children, ages 8 and 6. I frequently go to work
for six days or less effort each week, and I do not even put out any more energy at home for
my children. When Emily is around, I may become agitated. We have a lot of disagreements
about my drinking habits, and she has labeled me a "dumb person" and said that I am
generating a lot of issues in the household. As a result, we will not even be able to sleep in the
same bed again, and I would not condemn her for using the chance to cleanse me. My father
was a violent alcoholic, and I saw myself as a victim of a vicious cycle, a booze-related case,
who would not give up. Emily and my two young daughters attend services at my mother's
chapel on a daily basis. I do not feel comfortable in my innermost sense of self, and I do not
feel comfortable speaking to God or offering apologies, or explaining why I did not attend AA
meetings.

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Part 1: Harmful/Destructive Behaviors Chart
Complete the chart below by including a minimum of three behaviors as well as associated
rewards and consequences related to relapse and abstinence behaviors.
Harmful/destructive
behaviors that the client
will need to avoid to prevent
a recurrence of symptoms
Possible rewards/perceived
benefits for returning to use
of substances or addictive
behaviors
1. Accepting a beer joint
1. Looking for a convenient
restaurant
2. Emily’s nagging
behavior
2. Looking for something
that seems extraordinary
for myself
3. Employment in any
office
3. Being rewarded a fun
day.
Part 2: Current Risks of Symptom Recurrence

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CNL-501: Recovery Management Plan Worksheet Read the Jed case study and create a recovery management plan for Jed. Keep in mind that you would typically create this plan in collaboration with the client to ensure the greatest chance for success; however, in this instance, you will create one for Jed based on what you can glean from the case study. Client Name: Jed Smith Age/Date of Birth: 30 years old Date of Plan: Next Date of Review: * 1/09/2021 1/07/2021 *This can be 30, 60, or 90 days. Biopsychosocial Summary: Provide a brief description of the client's presenting symptoms. Jane, my wonderful wife, and I have two young children, ages 8 and 6. I frequently go to work for six days or less effort each week, and I do not even put out any more energy at home for my children. When Emily is around, I may become agitated. We have a lot of disagreements about my drinking habits, and she has labeled me a "dumb person" and said that I am generating a lot of issues in the household. As a result, we will not even be able to sleep in the same bed again, and I would not condemn her for using the chance to cleanse me. My father was a violent alcoholic, and I saw myself as a victim of a vicious cycle, a booze-related case, who would not give up. Emily and my two young daughters attend services at my mother's chapel on a daily basis. I do not feel comfortable in my innermost sense of self, and I do not feel comfortable speaking to Go ...
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