A critical part of recovery is the participation in a supportive recovery community. Alumni is often that safe place for someone seeking to sustain, start, or explore their own recovery journey. Another important part of recovery is the foundation of building news skills that will help an individual learn to recognize their signs of being triggered or activated and then learn the skills to be able to regulate themselves without reacting first. Behavioral skills are interpersonal, self-regulatory, and are designed to help individuals succeed through effective interactions, stress management, and persistent effort. This training will discuss the integration of alumni and skills building and explore ways alumni can be a part of that process.
Explore the roles skills have within behavioral health
Identify 4 skills that can be practiced with patients
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