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Terence T. Gorski

Gorski Certified Individual

Through 2008

  • The Cenaps Corporation
  • 6147 Deltona Boulevard.
  • Spring Hill, Florida 34606
  • phone (352) 596-8000
  • fax (352) 596-8002
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Brief Summary of Professional Accomplishments

Terence T. Gorski is a pioneer in the development of Relapse Prevention Therapy, who has achieved international acclaim for his work. He is considered a leader and authority in the addiction, behavioral health, social services, and correctional industries for his work in recovery and relapse prevention.

Mr. Gorski holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology and Sociology from Northeastern Illinois University and a Master of Arts Degree from Webster University in St. Louis, Missouri. He is also a Certified Addiction Professional in Florida, a Master Addiction Counselor (MAC) and Nationally Certified Addiction Counselor (NCAC II) by NAADAC, and a Senior Certified Addiction Counselor (CSAC) in the State of Illinois.

Mr. Gorski is the Founder and President of The CENAPS® Corporation and is was a lecturing professor and the Coordinator of the Addiction Studies Concentration at the Tampa Bay Campus of Springfield College. Mr. Gorski also serves on the Board of Directors of the Florida School of Addiction Studies and Florida NAADAC.

Mr. Gorski was awarded the Order of the Falcon On October 2, 2002, This is an international humanitarian award granted by the government of Iceland for his contributions to helping Iceland address its addiction problems; He also received The Father Martin Award in 2003 for his lifetime work in providing effective treatment to chronic relapsers. He was presented with The Clyde and Marie Gooderham Award from The University of Utah-School on Alcoholism and Other Drug Dependencies June 20, 1990 in recognition for his distinguished contributions to the field of addiction sciences. He was also a recipient of the Mary Mann Award for distinguished service to the field of addiction.

CENAPS®, an acronym for Center of Applied Sciences, is a training and consultation firm that provides solutions to the problem of relapse by providing advanced training in clinical systems and workforce development. CENAPS has worked with such distinguished treatment organizations as the Betty Ford Center, Father Martin’s Ashley, and the Caron Foundation.
Mr. Gorski’s practical approach to recovery and relapse prevention is based on more than thirty-five years experience as a therapist, supervisor, program administrator, and consultant. He has become a leading authority on the use of science-based models for preventing relapse. His unique approach to treatment system development is biopsychosocial in nature and integrates the use of cognitive, affective, behavioral, family, and community recovery methods.
His greatest talent is his ability to break down complex treatment and recovery processes into clear and simple steps that can be used by professionals working with addicted people in addiction treatment programs, mental health centers, and the criminal justice system.
Mr. Gorski is a prolific author and has published such classics as Staying Sober: A Guide for Relapse Prevention, and Passages Through Recovery: An Action Plan for Preventing Relapse. His most recent book addresses Depression and Relapse.