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Congratulations, you have completed the ReDirection Self-Help Program! You have taken a very important step in ReDirecting your life for the better.

After the program

1. My pathway to CSAM

Various underlying factors and motivations form a path towards your use of CSAM, by triggering thoughts and emotions that lead you to harmful behavior. In the exercises, you will be asked to reflect on your own life and values, as well as other perspectives on the use of CSAM.

Reflecting on your progress

Now that you have completed the program, it is important to continue to work on your new skills and stay on track with the progress you have made. Set a time every week (even for 10 minutes) to check in on yourself and reflect on your progress. Remember to acknowledge the achievements you have made by recognizing the positive changes you see in your behavior and in your life. 

Watch out for any signs that you may be returning to your old behavior and think about how you can continue to support your behavioral change.

1. My pathway to CSAM

Various underlying factors and motivations form a path towards your use of CSAM, by triggering thoughts and emotions that lead you to harmful behavior. In the exercises, you will be asked to reflect on your own life and values, as well as other perspectives on the use of CSAM.

Week 1

  • How do you feel about your progress?

  • Acknowledge the achievements you have made. In which ways have you been successful?

  • Are there any signs that you may be returning to your old behavior?

  • How will you continue to support your behavioral change?

Week 2

  • How do you feel about your progress?

  • Acknowledge the achievements you have made. In which ways have you been successful?

  • Are there any signs that you may be returning to your old behavior?

  • How will you continue to support your behavioral change?

Week 3

  • How do you feel about your progress?

  • Acknowledge the achievements you have made. In which ways have you been successful?

  • Are there any signs that you may be returning to your old behavior?

  • How will you continue to support your behavioral change?

Follow-up

1. My pathway to CSAM

Various underlying factors and motivations form a path towards your use of CSAM, by triggering thoughts and emotions that lead you to harmful behavior. In the exercises, you will be asked to reflect on your own life and values, as well as other perspectives on the use of CSAM.

After completing the self-help program

Try to set a time every week to check in on yourself and your progress. 

Are there any signs that you are going back to your old ways? Look back over what you have learnt and remind yourself of why you decided to complete the program.

1. My pathway to CSAM

Various underlying factors and motivations form a path towards your use of CSAM, by triggering thoughts and emotions that lead you to harmful behavior. In the exercises, you will be asked to reflect on your own life and values, as well as other perspectives on the use of CSAM.

What is a self-help program?

  • it is based on treatments that have been shown to be effective in treatment

  • it consists of different sections

  • it includes information and exercises to help you manage your everyday life and symptoms

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