New study shows how effective Alcoholics Anonymous really is
from Chicago Sun-Times
The well-known program that seeks to help people with alcohol use disorder, Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), has long been criticized for not having the medical research to back up its efficacy. Until now. A new study published by the medical journal Cochrane Database of Systematic Review found the peer-led program not only helps people get sober, but also has higher rates of continuous sobriety compared to professional mental health therapy, such as cognitive behavioral therapy.
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