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Peak Recovery

Matrix model
1. Treatment method: Curriculum Matrix model book by SAMHSA, Tap 19 and motivational
therapy.
2. Program Goals: Provide education and relapse prevention skills.
3. Interventions Used: Matrix model book for 16 weeks along with individual sessions and outside
recovery meetings. Tap 19 for offenders for a minimum of 5 months verified abstinence.
4. How the program is implemented: In the relapse prevention groups, Matrix and Matrix early
intervention groups.
5. Training standards for staff: Trained in matrix, TAP 19 and MI. Staff is in house trained,
supervision, co-facilitation and workshops.
6. Documentation or links showing the chosen EBPP is research based.
http://www.nrepp.samhsa.gov http://www.nrepp.samhsa.gov/ViewIntervention.aspx?id=347
7. Rationale for using this EBPP: Good evidenced based early intervention and relapse prevention
techniques along with motivational therapy.
8. Documenting discharge: maintain abstinence for a minimum of 5 months verified with random
drug tests.
9. Client exclusion criteria: None
10. Clinical review: abstinence, random drug testing and staffing reports
Moral Reconation Therapy
1. Treatment method: Curriculum MRT.
2. Program Goals: Addressing criminal behaviors and all negative consequences of those
behaviors.
3. Interventions Used: MRT book 12 steps.
4. How the program is implemented: In the MRT group and homework is presented.
5. Training standards for staff: MRT certification required.
6. Documentation or links showing the chosen EBPP is research based.
http://www.nrepp.samhsa.gov
7. Rationale for using this EBPP: Criminal behaviors.
8. Documenting discharge: Complete all levels of the book.
9. Client exclusion criteria: None
10. Clinical review: staffing reports
Cognitive Self Change
1. Treatment method: Curriculum Idaho model CSC.
2. Program Goals: Having clients identify thinking errors and identifying irrational beliefs.
3. Interventions Used: Idaho model CSC from the Department of corrections.
4. How the program is implemented: In CSC groups and homework presentation.
5. Training standards for staff: Idaho model of CSC certification required.
6. Documentation or links showing the chosen EBPP is research based. Idaho Department of
Corrections.
7. Rationale for using this EBPP: Works good with clients with criminal thinking errors.
8. Documenting discharge: Complete all six levels of CSC and present homework on a weekly basis.
9. Client exclusion criteria: None
10. Clinical review: staffing reports
Parenting
1. Treatment method: Curriculum is behavioral management techniques by James Patterson
Idaho State University Parent training clinic in conjunction with Love and Logic.
2. Program Goals: Teaching clients correct ways to parent children.
3. Interventions Used: Behavioral management techniques by Gerald Patterson taught by Mark
Roberts at Idaho State University Parent training clinic in conjunction with Love and Logic.
4. How the program is implemented: In parenting groups.
5. Training standards for staff: Masters degree in counseling with 2 years minimum experience
documented.
6. Documentation or links showing the chosen EBPP is research based.
http://www.loveandlogic.com/ http://www.isu.edu/
7. Rationale for using this EBPP: Teaches proper parenting skills using social learning theories along
with love and logic. This group uses research from Bandura, 1977, Pavlov, 1927, Thorndike, 1905
focusing on conditioning and social learning theories; and human emotional needs and their
relationship to motivation coming from Glasser, 1969, Maslow 1954, and Rogers, 1961.
8. Documenting discharge: Complete 10 weeks.
9. Client exclusion criteria: None
10. Clinical review: staffing reports

Co-Occurring Disorders
1. Treatment method: Curriculum Co-Occurring workbook by Hazelden.
2. Program Goals: Teaching and educating clients on both mental health and substance abuse
issues.
3. Interventions Used: Clients assessment of both disorders and learning to identify
symptomology.
4. How the program is implemented: In co-occurring groups.
5. Training standards for staff: Masters degree and education in mental health.
6. Documentation or links showing the chosen EBPP is research based.
http://www.hazelden.org/web/search.view
7. Rationale for using this EBPP: Helps the clients to understand the correlation between mental
health and substance abuse issues.
8. Documenting discharge: Stabilization of medications with a licensed professional and
abstinence for a minimum of 5 months verified with negative drug testing and collaboration
with mental health professional.
9. Client exclusion criteria: Have to have reported symptoms or diagnosed mental health disorder.
10. Clinical review: staffing reports

Socialization
1. Treatment method: Curriculum is from Hazelden: A new directions a cognitive behavioral
treatment curriculum.
2. Program Goals: Teaching clients social skills that are prosocial.
3. Interventions Used: Socialization book for 3 to 6 months.
4. How the program is implemented: In socialization group.
5. Training standards for staff: Staff is trained in CBT by attending workshops, in house training by
clinical supervisor, supervision, video training and co-facilitation and observations.
6. Documentation or links showing the chosen EBPP is research based.
http://www.hazelden.org/web/search.view
7. Rationale for using this EBPP: Cognitive behavioral therapy to enhance social skills.
8. Documenting discharge: Be able to identify boundaries, be engaged in prosocial activities and
be stable in all environmental areas.
9. Client exclusion criteria: None
10. Clinical review: staffing reports

Peak Recoverys curriculum is on the NREPP website, Hazelden, IDOC and Love and Logic. They are
evidenced based treatment for both groups and individual sessions. We have 3 relapse prevention
groups, 1 Idaho model Cognitive Self Change group, 1 MRT group, 1 parenting group, 1 Co-occurring
disorder group, 1 socialization group and 4 Matrix groups. Peak Recoverys curriculum helps the clients
in all life areas including clients who have just been released from incarceration. We have three
clinicians to facilitate the groups and are adaptable to the clients needs and recommendations from the
GAIN-I. Our clients conduct a check in in each group to identify stressors, triggers and needs of the
client. Our curriculum gives them the opportunity to pick a topic if need be to help out the group and
identify individual needs. At Peak recovery we are client-centered and meet the client where they are in
their recovery, Motivational interviewing techniques is a helpful tool in all of our groups and individual
sessions. Because we use client centered techniques it is left up to the client what areas of their lives
they want to focus on. Most of our clientele is mandated by Idaho department of corrections and the
court system so most of our curriculum is geared toward this population along with MI that helps all the
clients to make a decision for a change.