Addiction Offender Cycle Worksheet

Understanding the cycle of addiction, especially in the context of offending behavior, is crucial for both individuals struggling with addiction and professionals assisting them. 

What Are The Theories Behind This Worksheet?

Several theories contribute to the foundation of this worksheet. The Disease Model of Addiction suggests that addiction is a chronic, relapsing disorder. The Biopsychosocial Model emphasizes that addiction is the result of a complex interplay of genetic, psychological, and environmental factors. Cognitive Behavioral Theory posits that addictive behaviors are learned responses to environmental cues, which can be unlearned through targeted psychological interventions.

How Will This Worksheet Help You?

This worksheet is designed to assist individuals in recognizing the triggers, thoughts, behaviors, and consequences associated with their addictive and offending cycles. By identifying and understanding these patterns, individuals can implement strategies to interrupt and alter these cycles, reducing the likelihood of reoffending and supporting long-term recovery and rehabilitation.

How Should You Use This Worksheet?

To maximize the benefits of this worksheet, individuals should approach it with honesty and openness, reflecting deeply on their experiences and behaviors. It can be used independently or as part of therapy sessions with a professional.

Was this helpful?

Thanks for your feedback!

References