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Contents

Mindfulness-Oriented Recovery Enhancement for Addiction, Stress, and Pain

About the Author

Acknowledgements

Part I: Conceptual Foundations

1 Introduction

2 An Integrated Biopsychosocial Model of Automaticity, Allostasis, and Addiction and a Rationale for MORE

Part II: Treatment Manual

3 Conducting MORE

4 Mindfulness and the Automatic Habit of Addiction—Session 1

5 Mindful Reappraisal—Session 2

6 Shifting the Mind to Refocus on Savoring—Session 3

7 Seeing through the Nature of Craving—Session 4

8 Overcoming Craving by Coping with Stress—Session 5

9 Walking the Middle Way between Attachment and Aversion—Session 6

10 Mindfulness of the Impermanent Body—Session 7

11 Defusing Relationship Triggers for Relapse—Session 8

12 Interdependence and Meaning in Recovery—Session 9

13 Looking Mindfully toward the Future—Session 10

Part III: Evaluation of the Model

14 Research on MORE

Appendix A MORE for Chronic Pain and Prescription Opioid Misuse

Appendix B Client Handouts

  1. What is Mindfulness?
  2. Mindful Reappraisal Worksheet
  3. Mindful Savoring
  4. The Nature of Craving
  5. Understanding Cravings Worksheet
  6. Responding to Stress
  7. Acceptance through Mindfulness
  8. Mindful Walking
  9. Mindfulness in Relationships

References

Index

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