Welcome to the digital workbook

The 10 Principles of Recovery

A new approach to implementing change in our lives

What to expect from the course

A positive approach

In this course, you'll learn how to use both cognitive-behavioral therapy and a positive psychological approach to deal with addiction.

A proven method

Learn how to use the 10 Principles in practice. You'll be able to define each principle and how to live a life of authenticity and determination.

Tools to get started

Participants in the course will not only learn all about our approach, but we've also included all the resources needed for implementation.

All you the tools you need to learn the 10 Principles

Easy-to-follow content

Interactive exercises

Simple navigation

About the 10 Principles of Recovery

The 10 Principles of Recovery program is built on evidence-based positive psychology principles and a strengths-based approach to addiction and recovery. The principles in the workbook promote self-efficacy and change through focusing on strengths, the good in life instead of the bad, and solutions instead of problems. Not only do the principles support recovery, but they also enhance well-being and coping skills for everyone.

 

The ultimate goal of the 10 Principles program is to promote living a flourishing life that is meaningful and in which you function well (psychologically and socially) and feel good (experience positive emotions). This goes beyond traditional ideas of happiness and well-being. A flourishing life is not without hardship or pain but incorporates the perspective that the good outweighs the bad.

 

These principles promote change by helping the person overcome negative labeling patterns, develop a positive perspective of themselves, and learn coping skills that promote growth. But most importantly, this program supports moving forward with authenticity and honesty and emphasizes the point that individuals do have the power to change their lives.