Objectives:

To examine the relationship between particular situations and relapse risk
To identify “slippery” people, places, and things that are personally high risk
To plan action steps to avoid or handle personal high-risk situations
 

You must score a 70% or above on the posttest to receive a continuing education credit via-Cebroker.com.

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* 1. Enter your licensing information 

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* 2. People, places and things may place our recovery on “slippery ground”. This may occur:

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* 3. People, places and things have the potential to put us at high risk for a relapse event, and may represent or be associated with:

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* 4. Our ability to resist “slippery” situations is largely determined by:

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* 5. Self-confidence when facing high-risk situations is:

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* 6. Thinking about how confident you may be as a recovering person having an argument with a partner over money, being offered a drink at a friend’s house or having extended periods of disrupted sleep is an example of:

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* 7. When imagining yourself in a situation that may place yourself at risk for a “slip”:

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* 8. Identifying action steps to avoid or handle people, places and things is:

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* 9. When planning for protection, it is important to do all of the following EXCEPT:

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* 10. After identifying personal high risk situations and protection plans:

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* 11. People, places or things encountered after you have completed your list of high-risk situations and personal protection plans:

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