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Personal Recovery

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Dale Carnegie

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A self-assessment checklist on sleeping patterns.


This paper answers some questions that people may have about protecting their anonymity.


A diary to help you work with cravings in early recovery. This worksheet is a resource taken from the  www.getselfhelp.co.uk website.


A worksheet to help deal with triggers. This worksheet is a resource taken from the  www.getselfhelp.co.uk website.


Advice on making detox and early recovery easier.


This is a free downloadable support tool for taking your 4th step Inventory as part of your 12 step programme.


A research based checklist for self-assessment.


Build your self esteem in early recovery. This worksheet is a resource taken from the  www.getselfhelp.co.uk website.


Recoverist Manifesto published by Clive Parkinson at MMU Arts for Health.


A resource that explores nine Recovery Dimensions for a person in recovery - supportive relationships; renewing hope and commitment; finding your niche in the community; redfining self; incorporating illness; overcoming stigma; assuming control; managing symptoms; and becoming an empowered citizen.


An example of a Recovery Plan that considers individual goals and aspirations. 


The SRC Recovery Workbook - for and by people in recovery.


Questionnaire designed to help individuals focus on their recovery from addiction.


A worksheet that explores the different stages of recovery.


A substance use diary to record preparations for abstinence. This diary is a resource taken from the www.getselfhelp.co.uk website.


This ‎visual worksheet on transition is a free resource from www.businessballs.com ‎  


Guidance and support for recovering parents


A checklist to help you understand the experience of transformational change.


A weekly planner to help keep you busy in early recovery. This worksheet is a resource taken from the  www.getselfhelp.co.uk website.


A checklist to help show how involved you are with activities to support your long term recovery.


Examples for Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP).


The “What Next?” weekend is devised as a primer to start the journey to discover who you really are.