(B) 2012, Adults/Professionals, 62 pages, Herald Publishing House Relapse can be prevented by adding some special skills to the recovery tool kit. Relapse prevention methods have become widely accepted and effective. However, two mistaken beliefs about relapse prevention persist in the minds of people. The first is that relapse prevention needs to come at the end of initial treatment and the second is that it should be reserved only for people who have attempted recovery and returned to addictive use. This workbook challenges these mistaken beliefs and shows how primary recovery skills and relapse prevention skills can be brought together.