The individual‘s pathway to recovery must be their own, developed with the collaborative efforts of the clinical team. For those individuals electing a clinical path of recovery, each will explore their continuum of experiences and how life has been impacted by the totality of his/her relationships, families, peers, support, and the community. Whatever culture or system he/she has allied with, it is that community that must be addressed and how he/she will function in the community and maintaining sobriety. The Clinical Path addresses those critical areas including boundaries and relationships, grief, avoidance, shame and depression, avoidance coping, and affective dysregulation so that he/she understands of the implications of self-management, their experiences, and coping with the reality and challenges in remission.