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Tag Archives: Alcoholics Anonymous

  1. Mindfulness Meditation, Recovery, and “Against the Stream”

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    August 16, 2013 by Dr. Bob Weathers

    I had the opportunity to attend a meeting of “Against the Stream,” a Buddhist-oriented recovery group, earlier this summer. The …
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  2. Making Positive Changes to Avoid Further Loss: Stages of Change in Recovery from Addiction

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    August 15, 2013 by Dr. Bob Weathers

    Emerging out of motivational interviewing, the Stages of Change model has proven to be helpful to those working in recovery, …
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  3. Recovery Movie Review: “My Name Is Bill W.”

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    August 14, 2013 by Dr. Bob Weathers

    I recently had the opportunity to view the movie, “My Name is Bill W.” (available for rent on Netflix). One …
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  4. Spiritual Resources for Counseling Addicted Individuals in Recovery: A Bibliography

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    August 10, 2013 by Dr. Bob Weathers

    On the heels of a presentation to graduate students in psychology at HIS University in Corona, California, here is a …
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  5. The Higher Power of Alcoholics Anonymous as “You” (Part 5 of a Series)

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    June 18, 2013 by Dr. Bob Weathers

    The Higher Power of Alcoholics Anonymous as “You” Part 5 of Series on “Cross-Cultural Integration of Spiritual Resources in Recovery” …
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  6. Distinguishing Between Spirituality and Religion in Alcoholics Anonymous (Part 4 of a Series)

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    June 4, 2013 by Dr. Bob Weathers

    Distinguishing Between Spirituality and Religion in Alcoholics Anonymous Part 4 of Series on “Cross-Cultural Integration of Spiritual Resources in Recovery” …
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  7. Translating Recovery Cross-Culturally within Alcoholics Anonymous (Part 3 of a Series)

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    May 23, 2013 by Dr. Bob Weathers

    Translating Recovery Cross-Culturally within Alcoholics Anonymous Part 3 of Series on “Cross-Cultural Integration of Spiritual Resources in Recovery” Thumb-Nail Review …
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