Twelve Step

Education for Twelve Step Facilitation of alcoholism and addiction

  • Al-Anon Family Groups

    Al-Anon Family Groups: Newcomers and Members Objective: Empirical knowledge is lacking about Al-Anon Family Groups (Al-Anon), the most widely used form of help by people concerned about another’s drinking, partly because conducting research on 12-step groups is challenging. Our purpose was to describe a new method of obtaining survey data from 12-step group attendees and …∞

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