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  • 1. The College Alcohol & Life Skills Workbook A student Athlete Guide to College Life
  • 2. Long Term Goals That are Important To Me 1.) To make mature decisions about alcohol choices 2.) Prevent and Reduce High-Risk Alcohol and other drug Consumption 3.) Try and change high risk behavior 4.) Reduce alcohol related consequences 5.) Enhance social and academic behavior 6.) Improve safety and health 7.) Improve academic Achievement
  • 3. Step One:Behavioral Health Check up and Feed Back report Step Two: Behavioral Self Control Training
    • Goal setting
    • Self monitoring
    • Specific changes
    • Rewards for goal attainment
    • Functional analysis
    • Learning coping skills
    Record information of alcohol use.
  • 4. Step Three: Risk Factor associated with College Alcohol
    • Peer influence
    • Family history of addiction
    • Drinking to get drunk
    • Positive alcohol expectancies
    • Stress
    • Depression and anxiety
    • Perceptions of college drinking norms
    • Binge drinking
    • Drinking and driving
    • Perception of risk
    • Combining alcohol and other drugs
    • Other Drugs
  • 5. Step Four: Perceptions of College Drinking Norms
    • 56% have four drinks or less when they party
    • The majority or college students consumed 5.2 drinks per week
    • 64.5 college students are non smokers
    • Over 95% of college students are drug free
    Step Five: Functional Analysis of Alcohol Use Worksheet
    • A worksheet that provides information and insight to patterns in your alcohol use.
    • An advantage and disadvantage analysis worksheet on the advantages and disadvantages of current drinking behavior.
  • 6. Step Six: Positive Alcohol Expectancies Positive Alcohol expectancies are beliefs people have about have about what they will experience after drinking alcohol.
    • Worksheet
    • Increased Self Confidence
    • Increased sociability
    • Reduced social Disinhibition
    • Increased Sexual Attractiveness
  • 7. Step 7: Setting and Monitoring Goals
    • Goal Setting
    • Self Monitoring Worksheet
    • Commitment to Change Stages of Change (precontemplation, contemplation, action, maintenance
    • Tips on Changing
  • 8. Step 8: Guidelines on Low-Risk Alcohol Use
    • Mixed Messages about drinking
    • The Risks and Benefits of Alcohol (low-risk drinking stress reduction, decreased tension, anxiety, decreased risk for coronary artery disease.
    • Guidelines for Low-Risk Alcohol Use Worksheet
    Step 9: Introduction to College Life Management Skills Social and Academic Skills you are interested in developing. (step 10)
  • 9. Step 10: College Life Management Skills
    • Assertiveness
    • Communication, Anger Management
    • Problem Solving Skills
    • Sports Nutrition
    • Enhance Performance Training
    • Academic Success Skills
    • Time Management Skills
    • Career Development Worksheet
    • Romance 101 (Relationship and Positive Thinking Skills
    • Campus/Community Leadership Skills
  • 10. Step: 11 Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention Tips
    • Adult Children of Alcoholics (tips for coping with issues of growing up in an alcohol addicted family.)
    • The Biphasic Response- the 2 physiological phases, or sets of effect that alcohol produces. Stimulated, excited---- tired, depressed. The more tolerance you have the less likely you are to experience the stimulating physiological effects of alcohol.
    • Alcohol and Performance (messes up sleep, limits ability to respond quickly, performance not to full ability.
    • Gender Differences Men weigh more, have more water. Women hormonal level effect BAL, Women using oral contraceptives stay drunk longer. (Increased estrogen levels)
    • Alcohol and Sexual Assault
    • Calorie Content of Beer, Wines, Liquors, and Other Beverages.
      • Facts about Initiation Rites and Hazing
  • 11. Step 12: Drunk Driving Prevention and Blood Alcohol Concentration Training
    • Drunk Driving Prevention tips: develop a plan, ZERO TOLERANCE PHILOSOPHY . Let no one drive drunk.
    • *NEVER DRINK AND DRIVE ALCOHOL IS A DRUG THAT IMPAIRS ABILITY TO OPERATE A MOTOR VEHICAL SAFETLY!*
    • Behavioral effects of Blood and Alcohol
    • FRIENDS DON’T LET FRIENDS DRIVE DRUNK
  • 12. “ The difference between a successful person and others is not a lack of strength, not a lack of knowledge, but rather a lack of will.” Vince Lombardi THE END