A Woman’s Way through The Twelve Steps
Book, Facilitator’s Guide, Participant’s Workbook, DVD and App
All four components of A Woman's Way through The Twelve Steps are designed for use with women in residential and outpatient treatment programs, as well as mental health and criminal justice settings. The components can stand alone, but to achieve the best outcomes, it is recommended that all four components be used together as a comprehensive, integrated treatment program for women.
A Woman's Way through The Twelve Steps Book
This compilation of a diverse group of real women’s voices and wisdom illuminates how women understand the Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous and offers inspiring stories of how they have traveled through the Steps and discovered what works for them. The book can be used alone or as a companion to The Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions of Alcoholics Anonymous.
By drawing attention to how recovery raises special issues for women - from questions about sexuality and relationships to essential topics such as powerlessness, spirituality, and trauma - A Woman’s Way empowers women to take ownership of their recovery and to grow and flourish in sobriety.
Also available in Spanish.
A Woman's Way through The Twelve Steps Workbook
A Woman’s Way through The Twelve Steps Workbook is designed to be used in conjunction with the book A Woman’s Way through The Twelve Steps. This workbook helps to increase understanding of the lessons in the book and brings them to life with simple exercises and journaling activities. It further empowers each woman to take ownership of her recovery by documenting her growth and recovery process in a personally meaningful way.
A Woman's Way through The Twelve Steps Facilitator's Guide
The facilitator's guide describes the most effective ways to conduct the program, which is a thirteen-session curriculum of experiential activities and discussions that focus on the themes in each of the Twelve Steps. It describes when and how to use the book, workbook, and DVD, as well as instructions on how to adapt the content for girls. The guide also offers essential background information and integrates the most current research and best practices regarding women and recovery to support a powerful program that is designed to help women recover from substance-use disorders and other addictive behaviors.
A Woman's Way through The Twelve Steps DVD
A Woman's Way through The Twelve Steps DVD is for clients, family members, and facilitators who want to learn how women and girls can utilize the Twelve Steps in a safe, nurturing environment that allows them to heal from addiction. The DVD begins with an introduction to the A Woman's Way through The Twelve Steps program, followed by the author, Stephanie S. Covington, Ph.D., leading participants through discussions and exercises that address complex issues, such as shame, isolation, and abuse, and empower women. Facilitators of the A Woman's Way program will appreciate Chapter 2, "Special Feature: Tips for Facilitators," which includes a roundtable question-and-answer session between Covington and five facilitators.
and Libro de Ejercicios