Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), Narcotics Anonymous (NA) and other 12 Step fellowships are programs of hope and renewal that were born out of personal destruction and despair.
The Twelve Step Facilitation (TSF) groups we conduct at Ace Recovery are sometimes confused with 12 Step meetings (although we also have 12 Step meetings meetings in our schedule). TSF is more of a therapeutic approach that involves methods such as coaching and dialogue around critical concepts, attitudes, spirituality, and behaviors embodied in all 12 Step programs.
Many men continue to get into recovery simply by walking into a 12-Step meeting, without the assistance of a therapist. One might call that a "natural" recovery. TSF sessions include information on the 12 Steps of AA and similar fellowships, with particular focus on the first five Steps. Additionally, participants are encouraged to attend fellowship meetings like AA and NA in conjunction with the TSF treatment groups. Overall, TSF can be viewed as a "psychotherapy-assisted recovery" which embraces important elements of cognitive-behavioral treatment and practical, spiritual principles embodied in the 12 Steps.
"I have been able to truly start learning who I am, what I have to offer, and what my true purpose is in life...."
- EDDIE A.
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