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UNHOOKED THINKING

2007

WHY STOP AT RECOVERY?

ANTHONY HEWITT


“I wouldn’t change my life with you or anybody else…meeting people who are much further down in recovery I don’t think most of them would change it…”


HALF FULL? else…meeting people who are much further down in recovery I don’t think most of them would change it…”

HALF EMPTY?


ARE WE IN THE else…meeting people who are much further down in recovery I don’t think most of them would change it…”

HEALTH BUSINESS

OR THE

ILLNESS BUSINESS?


We need to know how things work as well as how they don’t else…meeting people who are much further down in recovery I don’t think most of them would change it…”


Growth and development in self and others
GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT else…meeting people who are much further down in recovery I don’t think most of them would change it…”IN SELF AND OTHERS

  • ALLOW

  • SUPPORT

  • FOSTER


UNHOOKED THINKING else…meeting people who are much further down in recovery I don’t think most of them would change it…”

2007

WHY STOP AT RECOVERY?


The Continuum of Recovery else…meeting people who are much further down in recovery I don’t think most of them would change it…”

from Addiction

????

Addiction


The Continuum of Recovery else…meeting people who are much further down in recovery I don’t think most of them would change it…”

from Addiction

Survival

Addiction


The Continuum of Recovery else…meeting people who are much further down in recovery I don’t think most of them would change it…”

from Addiction

Recovery

Survival

Addiction


Thriving else…meeting people who are much further down in recovery I don’t think most of them would change it…”

The Continuum of Recovery

from Addiction

Recovery

Survival

Addiction


PTSD else…meeting people who are much further down in recovery I don’t think most of them would change it…”

&

PTG


PTG else…meeting people who are much further down in recovery I don’t think most of them would change it…”

  • PTG COMMON

  • PTG ‘NORMAL’

  • HAPPENS TO ‘NORMAL’ PEOPLE


“I don’t regret it because I’m quite happy with most of me now and its part of my experience…I learnt a lot, I probably wouldn’t have learnt half the things I’ve learnt…about myself, and a lot about my relationships with people…”


  • Areas of development of me now and its part of my experience…I learnt a lot, I probably wouldn’t have learnt half the things I’ve learnt…about myself, and a lot about my relationships with people…”

  • and thriving

  • Changes in relationships with others

  • Change in the sense of self

  • Change in philosophy of life


Personal outcomes
Personal Outcomes of me now and its part of my experience…I learnt a lot, I probably wouldn’t have learnt half the things I’ve learnt…about myself, and a lot about my relationships with people…”

  • Material

  • Knowledge

  • Skills

  • Beliefs



Attitudes and approaches to life
Attitudes and approaches to life myself more.”

  • Awareness

  • Choice

  • Responsibility

  • Acceptance

  • Appreciation and openness

  • Optimism

  • Proactivity


“… I would expect anyone who has gone through an addiction process and come out the other side to have a very different perspective on life than if that hadn’t happened, and that can be quite a wise and positive perspective.”


Spirituality
Spirituality addiction process and come out the other side to have a very different perspective on life than if that hadn’t happened, and that can be quite a wise and positive perspective.”

  • Practices and beliefs

  • Making meaning and sense


  • Social Outcomes addiction process and come out the other side to have a very different perspective on life than if that hadn’t happened, and that can be quite a wise and positive perspective.”

  • ‘Better’ people

  • Better relationships


  • Social Outcomes addiction process and come out the other side to have a very different perspective on life than if that hadn’t happened, and that can be quite a wise and positive perspective.”

  • ‘Better’ people

  • Better relationships

  • Increased intimacy & closeness

  • Greater self-disclosure

  • Increased emotional expressiveness

  • Increased empathy and compassion


  • Social Outcomes addiction process and come out the other side to have a very different perspective on life than if that hadn’t happened, and that can be quite a wise and positive perspective.”

  • Better people

  • Better relationships

  • Other Social Capital


Strategies for thriving
Strategies for thriving addiction process and come out the other side to have a very different perspective on life than if that hadn’t happened, and that can be quite a wise and positive perspective.”

  • awareness

  • choice-making

  • responsibility

  • proactivity and goal-setting

  • meaning-making

  • positive relationships


“…now I am a much better judge as to what I am really enjoying, as opposed to what I think I should be enjoying…I am vastly better at judging what is OK and trying to stick to what is good for me….”


Positive feedback loops
Positive feedback loops enjoying, as opposed to what I think I should be enjoying…I am vastly better at judging what is OK and trying to stick to what is good for me….”

  • Reflection


Positive feedback loops1
Positive feedback loops enjoying, as opposed to what I think I should be enjoying…I am vastly better at judging what is OK and trying to stick to what is good for me….”

  • Reflection

  • Better choices


Positive feedback loops2
Positive feedback loops enjoying, as opposed to what I think I should be enjoying…I am vastly better at judging what is OK and trying to stick to what is good for me….”

  • Reflection

  • Better choices

  • Better results

  • Increased resources


Positive feedback loops3
Positive feedback loops enjoying, as opposed to what I think I should be enjoying…I am vastly better at judging what is OK and trying to stick to what is good for me….”

  • Reflection

  • Better choices

  • Better results

  • Increased resources

  • Even better choices….


enjoying, as opposed to what I think I should be enjoying…I am vastly better at judging what is OK and trying to stick to what is good for me….”…once you start realising that you can do things, then you entertain the possibility of doing more, and you also get to be a bit of a success junkie…the good feelings that you get about yourself having been able to achieve something, you just want more! [laughing].”


Motivations to change
Motivations to Change enjoying, as opposed to what I think I should be enjoying…I am vastly better at judging what is OK and trying to stick to what is good for me….”

  • Intolerable now

  • Future could be different

  • Cognitive dissonance


Processes supporting change
Processes supporting change enjoying, as opposed to what I think I should be enjoying…I am vastly better at judging what is OK and trying to stick to what is good for me….”

  • Schema Reconstruction


Processes supporting change1
Processes supporting change enjoying, as opposed to what I think I should be enjoying…I am vastly better at judging what is OK and trying to stick to what is good for me….”

  • Schema Reconstruction

  • ‘Momentum’


“I was really driven when I stopped using and started doing things with my life, I was so...motivated. I felt like I had come back to life, really keen and energetic about everything…”


Processes supporting change2
Processes supporting change doing things with my life, I was so...motivated. I felt like I had come back to life, really keen and energetic about everything…”

  • Schema Reconstruction

  • ‘Momentum’

  • The pull of the positive


Processes supporting change3
Processes supporting change doing things with my life, I was so...motivated. I felt like I had come back to life, really keen and energetic about everything…”

  • Schema Reconstruction

  • ‘Momentum’

  • The pull of the positive

  • Ongoing benefits of ‘recovery’ resources and strategies


Resources supporting growth and thriving growth capital
Resources supporting growth and thriving – doing things with my life, I was so...motivated. I felt like I had come back to life, really keen and energetic about everything…”Growth Capital


Resources supporting growth and thriving growth capital1
Resources supporting growth and thriving – doing things with my life, I was so...motivated. I felt like I had come back to life, really keen and energetic about everything…”Growth Capital

  • Personal Capital


Resources supporting growth and thriving growth capital2
Resources supporting growth and thriving – doing things with my life, I was so...motivated. I felt like I had come back to life, really keen and energetic about everything…”Growth Capital

  • Personal Capital

  • Social Capital


Resources supporting growth and thriving growth capital3
Resources supporting growth and thriving – doing things with my life, I was so...motivated. I felt like I had come back to life, really keen and energetic about everything…”Growth Capital

  • Personal Capital

  • Social Capital

  • Environmental Capital


Implications
Implications doing things with my life, I was so...motivated. I felt like I had come back to life, really keen and energetic about everything…”

  • Basic needs

  • Basis of helping relationship


Implications1
Implications doing things with my life, I was so...motivated. I felt like I had come back to life, really keen and energetic about everything…”

  • Basic needs

  • Basis of helping relationship

  • Extend narratives in society and clinical practice, including meaning making

  • Specific interventions that support PTG

  • Work in ‘positive’ way

  • Reevaluate 12 steps


Wei doing things with my life, I was so...motivated. I felt like I had come back to life, really keen and energetic about everything…”


“…I grew through it and the experience of it…I feel happier than I ever have, I don't know that I would ever have reached the position that I am in now without having gone through it to be honest, I think it has given me a reason to work on myself and to look at stuff…”


UNHOOKED THINKING happier than I ever have, I don't know that I would ever have reached the position that I am in now without having gone through it to be honest, I think it has given me a reason to work on myself and to look at stuff…”

2007

WHY STOP AT RECOVERY?

ANTHONY HEWITT


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