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The primary role of the therapist is as a facilitator of patients' acceptance of their alcoholism and of a commitment to the fellowship of Alcoholics Anonymous as the preferred path of recovery. However, when the facilitator is also a pyschiatric practitioner (and often a prescriber), explaining the nature of co-occurring psychiatric illnesses, medications, and other therapies are also key facilitation issues.

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TABLE 26–1. The 12 Steps of Dual Recovery Anonymous
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TABLE 26–2. Engaging those with Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) resistance
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TABLE 26–3. Examples of working with patients

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