Aa Group Paper
Alcoholic Anonymous Group Paper
Alcoholic Anonymous Group
The purpose of this paper is to describe the nature and purpose of an Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) group and its members. The paper will discuss the AA group’s philosophical orientation to human development. While using the writer’s knowledge of therapeutic factors, the paper will analyze the group process and its stage of development. The paper will also discuss the approach of the leader, often called ‘trusted servants” or “secretary”. Finally, the paper will discuss the use of the reconstructive inventory steps of 4-10 and how the writer would work with a client who was seeing her in individual or family counseling.
Alcoholics Anonymous has a well-defined …show more content…
Although following these Steps are by no means mandatory for membership in AA, they are the Steps that AA members have found are the most helpful in the recovery process and the most productive.
The first three Steps are most concerned with the member’s acceptance that he or she cannot control their alcoholism and that he or she must rely on a higher