• Community Visit
    Community Visit # 2 The meeting I chose to go to was an AA (Alcoholic anonymous) with a group of student on Saturday March 12, 2011 at Marcy Place, between 169th and 170th streets at 4pm. I choose this meeting because I had earlier visited a narcotic anonymous and I wanted to compare and contrast...
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  • AA Meeting Social Work Perspective
    Alcoholics Anonymous Observation September 22, 2013 One location of Alcoholics Anonymous meets on Tuesday; the one I attended was on September 19, 2013. The meeting begins at the fixed time of eight in the evening for an hour. Walking into the meeting, there were fifteen people...
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  • chemical dependency
     Essay Paper #2 Narcotics Anonymous Meeting Group Structure: Type of group: This meeting was a “Narcotics Anonymous Open Sharing Meeting”. This component, where anyone attending had the opportunity to share. There was no direct feedback from the...
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  • Aa and Al-Non Meeting
    Catholic Church for Al-Anon meeting, I was lead to a conference room setup with tables and chairs in a circle. The chairman, secretary, and sponsors were going over what information needed to be discuss at the meeting. After a few minutes they ask people if this was their first meeting. The secretary provided...
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  • Aoda Meeting
    MY AA MEETING Alcohol/Drug Abuse Rehabilitation The Alcoholics Anonymous meeting I attended was called Speaker Meeting and it was on Sunday March 4th at 7:30 pm located at the Grove Club located 1137 Grove Ave, Racine, WI. This was the first Alcoholic Anonymous meeting I have ever attended and I...
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  • Aa Meeting Obsservation
    Running Heading: ALCOHLICS ANONYMOUS I choose to do my observation on alcoholism, because it is a major problem that affects all different types of people throughout and remains to be a ongoing problems; these people may become alcoholics for varies reasons. A program...
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  • Alcoholic Anonymous
    Alcoholic Anonymous What I learned from Alcoholic Anonymous is that AA is meant for people who promise that they will never drink again and they drink again anyways. Its singleness purpose identifies that alcoholics work best with other alcoholics and the only difference from the twelve step fellowships...
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  • Reflections on a 12-Step Group Meeting
    reflection on my observation of how a group interacts with each other. The 12-step meeting I attended was Overeater’s Anonymous (OA). OA uses the same Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions as Alcoholics Anonymous, the words are changed from “alcoholic” to “compulsive overeater”. The meeting I went to had...
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  • Group Observations
    Lane Group Process 3/8/13 Paper 1 Group Observation The group I chose to observe was an alcoholics anonymous group. I chose this as the group to observe because it relates to this field of work and also I have family members whom I attend meetings with for support. There are different types of...
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  • a trip to AA
    motivational interviewing Z decided that he needed some kind of intervention for his drinking. I suggested Alchoholics Anonymous and he agreed to go if I went with him. We chose the group meeting that my husband, Richard Kirschner facilitates twice a week. The purpose of this paper is to discuss my experience...
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  • 12 Step Program Oa
    Overeaters Anonymous- 12 Steps to New Life Shelley N. Fischer BSHS 431 Monday, May 14, 2012 Gary Zarchy Overeaters Anonymous- 12 Steps to New Life I decided because I don’t drink and have never had a drug addiction that I wanted to find a 12- step program that would be relatable to something...
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  • Rolling
    why he or she does not change. The truth is that it could be anyone, in any economic class, gender, or race. All people have the potential to be alcoholics or drug users with some that have higher risk. The same question is raised why do they continue to use? Addicts think they are in control of their...
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  • Mental Health and Substance Abuse
    program. The handbook also gives a description of the different activities that are scheduled for each day of the week. There are morning community meetings, which each resident is expected to attend, where staff will re-emphasize the house rules and discuss questions. There are outside activities where...
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  • Social Work
    Copyright © 1939, 1955, 1976, 2001 by Alcoholics Anonymous World Services, Inc. All rights reserved. First Edition, sixteen printings, 1939 to 1955 Second Edition, sixteen printings, 1955 to 1974 Third Edition, seventy-four printings, 1976 to 2001 Fourth Edition, New and Revised 2001 First printing...
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  • Case Study Marceline
    question Marceline if she would grant permission for further assessment of Junior, either by me or his pediatrician. I would next be interested in meeting with her son, Junior. Taken from Marceline description of Junior’s behavior, along with the telephone call from his father and grandmother, lead me...
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  • The Early Impact of Involvement in Narcotics Anonymous Self Help Groups
    MONOGRAPH 02 THE EARLY IMPACT OF INVOLVEMENT IN NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS SELF- HELP GROUPS A report from the Role of Self-Help Groups in Drug Treatment Research Project John W Toumbourou1 Margaret Hamilton2 With the assistance of: Alison U'Ren, Gordon Storey, Pru Stevens-Jones, David O'Halloran...
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  • Casestudy on Substance Abuse
    attempted suicide by drinking bleach because he couldn’t take the pain anymore. Both parents were alcoholics, used drugs, and had ups and downs with depression. Sammy has six siblings and all but one became alcoholics and drug users themselves. Sammy’s father, eldest sister and youngest sister all dies from...
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  • Research Proposal
    NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS. Assignment 02 for HMPYC80 In the Department of Psychology, University of South Africa ABSTRACT Narcotics Anonymous is an organisation that has no paid workers; all the service is done on a voluntary basis by members of Narcotics Anonymous who are recovering...
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  • Research Project
    performance” to emphasise a whole new level of creativity. (Vernon 2009: 2) The more research I completed of the different experiences’ people had from alcoholic families, the more I felt compelled to tell one of their stories. I found a young girl, who had recorded a video diary on the internet. Her name was...
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  • Alcohol Dependence
    Address | Sediyapu house, kodiyadi village post, puttur | Religion | Hindu | Ward | Vailankani | Date of admission | 10/09/09 | Diagnosis | Alcoholic dependence with intoxication | Informant | Wife | Infomant reliability | 80% | Presenting cheif complaints: Psychotic complaints: ...
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