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Alcoholics Annonymous

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Kayla K

on 21 November 2016

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Transcript of Alcoholics Annonymous

Group Background
Forming & Joining
Everyone joins together with the desire to be sober
Cohesion
Social
Norms & Roles
Leadership & Power
-"Speakers" voted in each month
-Depending on positivity, work ethic, sobriety


Alcoholics Anonymous
Kayla Kratzinger, Sarah Burger, Moe Eid, Mary Adams, Porscha Speller
Conflict & Problem-Solving
-Personal drama within members
-Comparison of sobriety with one another
-More inclusive (our personal experience)
Thank you!
Share the Love
Please Join Us In Our Closing Prayer
Task
-Relationships
strengthen power of
meetings

Wanting the same outcome has
increased their overall cohesion
-Working together towards the common goal of sobriety
Successive Stage Theory
-AA is in the performing stage
Relationship Leadership Style
At the end of the day,
SOBRIETY is the
reason they overcome
conflict
-Descriptive Norms
-Proscriptive Norms

Norms That Hold
Extrinsic & Intrinsic
Rewards
-AA Chips
-12 Steps
-Serenity Prayer
-AA Literature
-Attending meeting to show you are interested in joining
-Mutual support
-Shared desires and goals
-Understanding peers
-Emotional support
If you or anyone you know
has a drinking problem, you are not alone
visit aa.org
-Mission Statement:
fellowship of men and women sharing experience, strength and hope with each other to achieve sobriety.
Alcoholics Anonymous Offers...
“I have found that the process of discovering
who I really am begins with
knowing who I really don't want to be.”
- Alcoholics Anonymous
“Identifying, they said, was trying to see how I was like the people I was with. Comparing, they told me, was looking for differences, usually seeing how I was better than others.”
-Alcoholics Anonymous
“The feeling of having shared in a common peril is one element in the powerful cement which binds us.”
-Alcoholics Anonymous, The Big Book
“We should be sensible, tactful, considerate and
humble without being servile or scraping.
As God's people we stand on our feet;
we don't crawl before anyone.”
-Alcoholics Anonymous
Unity, Service, Recovery
-Meetings: Friday, 8:30pm

-Variety of Members

Emotional
-Task Roles
-Relationship Roles
-Not sitting in a circle
Structure Within Meetings
Relationship Within Members
- Shared emotions are what bond members together

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