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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.


This paper covers the background to the Walk, why we Walk and how we relate to the media around the Walk.


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.


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.


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