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AA Can Work Well with Other Therapies for Alcoholism

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New research suggests combining the 12-Step Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) program with a different treatment such as cognitive-behavioral therapy can result in a very effective intervention for individuals with alcohol use disorders.

However, treatment providers should be mindful of misconceptions about AA if they wish to bridge the gap, says a Baylor University researcher.

Alcohol use disorders are among the most common psychological disorders experienced by Americans, according to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism.

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