Skills
Triggers
Support Systems
Safe Places
Miscelaneous
100
taking a deep breath, counting to 10, and set boundary and more all fall into this category of skills
What is coping skills
100
cravings, thoughts related to using, and interacting with negative people are all ______
What is triggers
100
Meetings that follow a 12-step model
What is AA and NA
100

People come here for groups and day reporting

What is ATTIC

100

What is one thing you would like to learn from this group?

*Open answer

200
Sleeping, showering, coming to groups, eating, etc. all fall under this category
What is self-care
200
feeling stuck, isolated, too much free time, destructive behavior and others are all what
What is red flags/warning signs
200
A group of people who you interact with on a daily basis
What is a community
200
This place has computers, books, and is usually quiet
What is a library
200

How many groups a week of Seeking Safety do you have to attend?

Who is 2

300
List your options, notice the source, imagine a different scenario, learn from the experience, think of the consequences, and make a decision are all related to this type of thinking
What is Recovery Thinking
300
feeling isolated, hopeless, anger, tiredness, and worthlessness are all examples of these triggers.
What is internal triggers
300
this is the person to talk to about medication concerns
What is doctor and/or psychiatrist
300
It has a bed, a bathroom, and personal belongs
What is a home
300
support, positive coping skills, groups, faith, hope, relapse prevention skills are all things that help you maintain this
What are things that can help you maintain recovery
400
Identifying a happy/safe place, color identification, and using objects are all examples of this type of technique
What is grounding
400
My triggers
What is *each person goes around and states one trigger for them*
400
This is who you should talk to if you feel unsafe
What is your counselor/case manager or someone you can trust
400
List ways you know a place is safe
What is comforting, non-triggering, surrounded by friends, etc.
400

This group is done at what time today?

What is 11:30

500
The 3 steps to figuring out how to ask for help
What is Identify who you can talk to, What you will say, and What you predict will happen
500
The 3-step behavioral model include these 3 things to change when presented with a trigger.
What is change "who" you're with, "what" you are doing, and "where" you are.
500
Name 5 support systems
What is AA, NA, EBCRP, counselor, doctor, case manager, friend, family, etc.
500
Name your safest place
What is home, EBCRP, the library, a coffee shop, etc.
500
Name one thing you learned from this group
What is how to manage triggers, how to be aware of your safety, etc.
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