This Audio/Visual Home Study course is being offered from the 2023 Preventing Relapse Symposium, designed for anyone interested in learning more about Relapse Prevention methods including professional treatment such as counselors, therapists, case managers, and program executives, as well as individuals in personal recovery with the goals of enhancing clinical techniques across all levels of care with proven and practical applications of The Gorski-CENAPS Model of Recovery and Relapse Prevention. It affords you the opportunity of completing the course at your own pace. The cost of this course is $39.00. Participants will earn 1.5 Continuing Education credit hours upon successful completion of this 90-minute course. 


  1. Register for the course. Upon payment, you are automatically enrolled in the course.
  2. Watch the course videos.
  3. Complete the Continuing Education Test by answering the questions included at the end of the course.
  4. Upon completion, you will receive a certificate of completion (emailed and available through your account) with your Continuing Education credits/clock hours.  



If you are a new user your information will be collected at checkout for your account. You will receive a welcome email with the easy steps to get going on your course. Returning users can log in to their account and select the course.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this course, participants will learn about using addiction screening and diagnostic assessment for sugar and processed foods, as well as how to implement relapse prevention in the assessment process.

Course Description

Last year serious mood and thought disorders affected nearly 30 million people in the United States. On average though, less than 50% of adults and youths experiencing these mental illnesses received some sort of treatment. As the need to advocate for more services is evident, ensuring that those who receive care stay on track to living fulfilling lives is equally important. Whether through pharmacological, psychotherapeutic, or a combination of these interventions, these treatments restore lives and help this marginalized population thrive in their communities with dignity. However, oftentimes these treatments are so effective that a person facing these struggles begins doing well, feeling better and loses sight of the plan that got them to this point of success. Decompensation is commonplace for those that remain unaware of their individual relapse process and that reenter the pattern of medication noncompliance or the abandonment of the daily routine that supports them. The goal of this presentation is to help providers prepare to teach their clients how to identify and manage this process. 

Course curriculum

    1. About the Content

    2. Course Description

    3. Learning Objectives

    4. About the Instructor

    1. Play the Content

    1. Completion Test

    2. Course Evaluation

About this course

  • $39.00
  • 1.5 CE Credit Hours
  • No additional materials needed

Instructor Bitten Jonsson

Bitten Jonsson, Leg.SSK, Reg.Nurse, ACRPS Bitten Jonsson is a world-renowned trainer of Sugar Addiction Counselors, with nearly 40 years of experience in addiction medicine and treatment. Based in Sweden, Bitten is a registered nurse, addiction specialist and authorized provider of SUGAR® / ADDIS® diagnostic assessments and training. Her expertise spans the full range of addiction screening and diagnostic assessment to relapse prevention, long-term recovery, holistic addiction medicine, and comprehensive training for professionals.

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