Outside-the-Box Recovery STEP ONE
Illustrating the 12-Steps in a Fun, Meaningful Way
The OTB Recovery STEP ONE is written for anyone seeking a fresh, friendly approach to the 12-Steps. Balancing serious self-reflection with a flare of the unusual, this little workbook uses illustrations, multiple-choice stories, art therapy, puzzles, cartoons, layers of questions, and the occasional joke to explore important Step One concepts. All you need is a pen!
The worksheets are friendly and colorful, and they’ll keep you busy. You’ll draw. You’ll color. You’ll doodle, read, write and even chuckle on the occasion. But above all, as you progress through this book, you’ll learn more about the effect drugs and alcohol have on you — and on your life. You’ll explore denial, honesty, acceptance, and willingness. And you’ll take an important step towards recovery.
The FULL version on Amazon includes eleven worksheets, solutions/answers, and discussion ideas, plus a section written for counselors/sponsors. With this book as companion, you’ll be introduced to:
- A brief review of Step One
- A lengthier review of Step One
- Emphasis on meetings, fellowship, and sponsorship
- Examination of popular misconceptions
- 12-Step facts
- Thinking about your next move
- An answer section with discussion and more question
Subscribe to receive an abridged copy of this booklet for FREE. This version includes the three core worksheets: “A brief review of Step One,” “A lengthier review of Step One,” and “Thinking about your next move.”
One rule: Find someone wise!
You don’t need to do this alone. Find a sponsor or counselor to walk alongside as you work your way through the book. If not a sponsor or counselor, find someone wise, someone who understands recovery.
Here are four sample pages.
Worksheet #6: “Step One, a Quick Intro.” The material is explored in greater detail later in the book.
Worksheets #1 and #5: These are examples of a coloring page and the author’s poor sense of humor.
Here's the small print
This isn’t A.A. “This workbook doesn’t represent and bears no official connection with the Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous. A.A. has not reviewed nor rendered an opinion as to its contents.”
How to find a copy
OH, ONE MORE THING!
If you’re looking for more material, please check out our recovery workbooks. Each takes the reader on a journey into the world of sobriety, where relapse prevention and CBT meet inspiration, artwork, and the occasional joke. Click on each image to go to its page on AMAZON.
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