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Course Title:
Exploring The Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions
Format: Web-based Training
Cost (US $): 35.00
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10 of CEU

Course Description: Twelve-Step programs are often an important component in the treatment of addictions. They are often one of the few options available to recovering addicts and alcoholics as an on-going aftercare component. A key component to the 12 step programs are a thorough working of the 12 steps themselves. Yet many clinicians and other helpers have little knowledge about the steps and can provide little assistance to their clients who have questions about them. This introductory course will orient mental health and addictions professionals to the 12 steps of Alcoholics Anonymous. Each step will be read and discussed. Participants will have an opportunity to ask questions regarding the actual process of practicing the steps. Participants will finish the course better able to discuss the steps with those they help.
Subject Area(s):
Mental Health
Substance Abuse - Alcohol Tobacco and Other Drugs
Target Audience(s): Mental Health Professionals
Social Workers
Substance Abuse - Alcohol Tobacco and Other Drugs
Sponsor/Offerer: ATTC of New England
Starting Date: December 16, 2002
Ending Date: January 24, 2003
2 hours per week
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Contact Name: Monte Bryant
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Course Number: OLED-130




December 13, 2002
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