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If You Want What We Have: Sponsorship Meditations

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An expert on how cultural differences affect addiction treatment, Peter Bell offers treatment professionals tools for counseling and prevention in their African American clients.

Written as conversations between sponsor and sponsee, these daily meditations explore the concerns, dilemmas, and struggles involved every day in recovery. Provides insights for sponsors on mutual
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Paperback, 420 pages
Published March 11th 1998 by Hazelden Publishing (first published 1998)
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