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Sia, Tiffany L and Dansereau, DF and Dees, Sandra M (2002) Mapping your steps: “Twelve Step” guide maps. Fort Worth: Texas Christian University. Institute of Behavioral Research.

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Mapping Your Steps provides mapping templates for helping clients work their 12-step program and contemplate the deeper, personal relevance of each step. This manual is an excellent resource for counselors who want to assist clients interested in immersing themselves in the steps and traditions of groups like Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, or Cocaine Anonymous. The approach is suitable for both “old-timers” and for clients who are new to 12-step work. The maps encourage reflection and serious consideration of the foundational ideas of 12-step programs such as powerlessness, concepts of a Higher Power, moral inventories, making amends, and helping others. In addition, the manual includes maps to explore popular AA slogans, the Twelve Traditions, and the Serenity Prayer.

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