Below you will find a series of questions and answers for attorneys.
How are LAP group meetings different from self-help group meetings like The Other Bar, and why do I need to participate in both?
Participation in self-help recovery groups is an essential element of recovery for many people. LAP groups are an important adjunct to the recovery process, rather than a substitute for participation in self-help programs.
LAP groups are supportive process groups that are facilitated by licensed mental health professionals. LAP groups differ from self-help groups by providing an individualized focus to the recovery process and more personalized support from the group, under the guidance of the group facilitator.