Group Addiction Counseling Participant Workbook
This will help you benefit from group counseling sessions for addiction. The information you learn can empower you to make good decisions about your recovery. You will also learn practical strategies to cope with the challenges you face in your recovery.
This workbook was developed initially for use in a study sponsored by the National Institute on Drug Abuse. Many clinical studies, a population health study, surveys of individuals in recovery in five countries, and surveys of members of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA) show that people with addiction improve their lives. Many benefits accrue the longer you work a recovery program. While AA and NA help millions of people, other mutual aid and community programs can help as well. Group counseling is even more effective when
combined with individual counseling and mutual aid program participation.