Adaptability for someone in recovery can be critical to success. Although therapy can help, a person needs to understand how to apply it in real life. Imagine a scenario where cravings or a trigger come up. Adapting circumstances to real life can help devise a plan whereby that person, place, or thing are avoided in the future to keep from being triggered. The whole goal is to find ways of bringing physical action to a simulated situation that can help express what is going on in real life. What ends up happening is people can simulate situations that are often difficult to process in real life but realize there may also be a funny side to it or find humor in the craziness of a situation without real emotion behind it, per se. It is a creative outlet which can help offer expression of emotion while aiding in recovery. It is also a great way to inspire clients to enjoy different types of sober fun.
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