Unintended consequences for secular AA is that atheists & agnostic groups and our meetings are zooming. How many more people are finding an attachment to AA while maintaining the authenticity of our secular worldview? No one, anywhere could visit one or two or three irreligious AA meetings a day - not a year ago anyway.
The International Conference of Secular AA celebrates the science of addiction/recovery and folk-wisdom of AA with a 1/2 day virtual free mini-conference December 5, 2020.
We kick off with Dr. George Koob, director of the National Institute for Alcohol Abuse & Alcoholism (NIAAA) talking to a packed house and an engaged audience. For slides of Dr. Koob's presentation, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
In the second 1/2 hour we talk with our audience about diversity and AA and how zoom helps remove barriers of language, age, creed, gender, sexual orientation as well as the other barriers that are mitigated by virtual AA. How many people are finding recovery and how many stay clean and sober during COVID-19
For more recording from this and past ICSAA conferences, visit us @ https://aasecular.org
To view Dr. Koob's slides, visit Rebellion Dogs Publishing HERE