Pathways to Recovery guides readers through a process of self-assessment, self-discovery and planning. Unlike other recovery self-help materials, Pathways does not concentrate on psychiatrics disorders, symptoms or treatments. Instead Pathways helps individuals set life goals and realize their dreams.
Ideas for supercharging the recovery journey are included in Pathways to Recovery. Readers will find exercises and suggestions for humor, creativity, stress reduction, visualization and celebration.
Over 30 personal and inspirational stories of recovery are included in Pathways to Recovery. The workbook also provides readers with ideas and guidelines for creating and sharing their own stories of recovery.
Pathways to Recovery promotes recovery in the following domains of life: Exploring spirituality, increasing knowledge and education, developing meaningful relationships and supports, having a sense of home, achieving intimacy and enhancing sexuality, attaining higher levels of wellness, discovering enjoyable recreational activities, finding work that brings satisfaction.
Authors: Priscilla Ridgway, Diane McDiarmid
Publisher: University of Kansas School of Social Welfare, Supported Education Group