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Trauma and the 12 Steps--The Workbook by Jamie Marich, PHD and Stephen Dansiger, PsyD, MFT
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Aug 29, 2023 | ISBN 9781623179328

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“This workbook can save a lot of 12-Step members pain and suffering in early recovery and beyond. Much gratitude to Jamie and Stephen for this offering!”
—Mackenzie Phillips, New York Times best-selling author of High on Arrival
“By incorporating trauma-responsive exercises, meditation, and expressive arts into 12-Step work, readers will be able to utilize the gifts of the Steps. Jamie and Stephen are on my gratitude list!”
—Claudia Black, PhD, addiction specialist and author of It Will Never Happen to Me
“Invaluable for anyone on the path of recovery for whom trauma is co-occurring—whether they are new to 12-Step recovery or a veteran.”
—Dan Mager, MSW, author of Some Assembly Required
“This is a sincere and informed offering to help achieve the goals of the Steps that seem out of reach for those dealing with trauma to become happily and usefully whole.”
—Jay Dee Daugherty, New York State Certified Addiction Recovery Coach and drummer in the Patti Smith Group
“I was already twelve years into my recovery when someone mentioned that “trauma” could apply to me. I had a visceral response and fought it with almost the same amount of energy that I immersed myself into it. In the ensuing years, as a devoted twelve-stepper, I have tried to marry the wisdom and beauty of the twelve steps with the healing of trauma work. Now, in 2023, in meetings I hear people talking about trauma a lot more. There is an (r)evolutionary conversation happening in recovery that is so necessary for the twelve-step community and our healing. Workbooks like this will be an essential tool to help us integrate synergistically these two perspectives. I deeply respect Jamie and Steve for their work and for their leadership and giving this gift of profound healing to all of those still suffering.”
—Dan Griffin, author A Man’s Way through the Twelve Steps
“I wish I had this workbook when I got sober. With gratitude and a deep breath, I highly endorse Trauma and the 12-Steps—The Workbook as a bridge between what we know works in twelve-step recovery and what we need to incorporate from our current trauma-informed knowledge base. This workbook will guide the reader towards an experiential relationship with each step. All too often, step work has become a strictly cognitive exercise, leading people in recovery to a perpetual whack-a-mole game with their ongoing, unresolved symptoms. Jamie and Stephen have combined their decades-long personal experiences in recovery with their expertise as trauma therapists to bring the steps alive in a comprehensive and holistic way, and I applaud them for it.”
—Ingrid Clayton, PhD, author of Believing Me

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