Are you trying to give up a drug or alcohol addiction—and continue to stay sober? Keeping a journal is a great way to help keep you on track—on its own or as a complement to a treatment program.
Dr. Dennis Daley, Chief of Addiction Medicine Services, and an Associate Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center brings his wide knowledge, experience, and success in working with thousands of clients to the Staying Sober and Preventing Relapse Add-On.
Dr. Daley, author of the JournalLife Staying Sober Add-On says, “Recovery from drug and alcohol addiction requires hard work, a proper attitude and learning skills to stay sober, not drinking alcohol or using other drugs. Successful drug recovery or alcohol recovery involves changing attitudes, acquiring knowledge, and developing skills to meet the many challenges of sobriety. JournalLife with the Staying Sober and Preventing Relapse Add-On is an easy-to-learn, easy-to-use, and effective tool to reflect upon your experiences and focus on positive change strategies for overcoming addition. The program is holistic and comprehensive in its approach to drug recovery and alcohol recovery, recognizing the importance of physical, psychological, social and spiritual components.”
An Add-On consists of dozens of Prompts, hundreds of selected Quotes, 50 Tips, extra Topics in the Topics List, and suggested default Daily Pulse Scales and Journal Types.
Here are samples of Prompts and Tips that Dr. Dennis Daley has created and Quotes that he has selected for the Stay Sober Add-On: