SAA Online Meetings

saa online meetings

Whether you’re a SAA member or not, online meetings are a great way to connect with your peers and stay informed about the latest developments in your area of expertise. However, there are a few things to keep in mind when you participate in these meetings.

Acceptance and understanding

Getting involved with SAA online meetings is a great way to get to know more about this 12 step recovery program. SAA members share their experiences and strength with each other to help others recover from sexual addiction.

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The program uses the Twelve Steps to help addicts recover from their damaging attitudes and beliefs. It also helps them live a spiritual life filled with hope. It also offers daily support and accountability.

In SAA, there are two types of meetings: open meetings and closed meetings. An open meeting is open to all. In a closed meeting, only people who are experiencing problems with sexuality are welcome.

A closed meeting is only for people who are seeking recovery from sexual addiction. You must be willing to admit that you have a sexual problem in order to attend.

If you’re a new member, you should attend six meetings in the first two weeks. It’s important to make recovery your priority. This way, you can find a sponsor with a recovery experience and ask questions about the program. You should also make sure you find a meeting near you.

Experience of understanding

Those attending SAA meetings should be aware of the SAA Safety Policy. The policy is intended to promote a safe, harassment-free conference environment. This policy applies to meetings, workshops, receptions, and excursions.

The SAA also has a code of conduct. It defines the basics, explains the responsibilities of attendees, and makes recommendations on how to handle situations that might arise. If an attendee is found to be in violation of the policy, they may be barred from participation in SAA events. During this process, the Executive Director consults with local law enforcement officials to determine whether there is a need for such a measure. The policy is reviewed every three years.

In addition to the code of conduct, the SAA also has a Meeting Safety Policy. This outlines the best practices for meeting attendees. The policy is accompanied by a handy guide illustrating the most important rules and regulations for each meeting type. These policies apply to all meetings held by the Society, including its Annual Meeting, Committee Meetings, and Task Force Meetings.

Working step-working workshop

Getting a handle on the sex and alcohol addiction is the logical next step and the SAA (Sex Addiction Anonymous) fellowship is one of the many places to seek help. It has several meetings a week, including a Friday night sober topics meeting at the LGBT Center in Manhattan. There are also a number of online meeting options. The best thing about the SAA online meetings is that you can attend from anywhere in the world. You can even get an email reminder of your next meeting.

If you want to go all out and attend a full day workshop, you can even go on a retreat. This is a great way to spend time with other members who are working the Twelve Steps as well as those who are just curious about the program. The price includes lodging and meals. Some members report feeling more at peace after a retreat.

There are also a number of meetings you can attend from your home or office. These are open to anyone interested in the program, regardless of gender. There are also several closed meetings for individuals looking to kick their addiction to the curb. The SAA is a 12-step program based on the AA model.

Inappropriate messaging

During online meetings of the Society of American Archivists, members are not allowed to engage in inappropriate messaging. These messages may be abusive verbal comments, pictures or videos, unwanted sexual attention, and other forms of intimidation. In addition to disrupting meetings, violators may be barred from participating in the online environment.

The SAA’s Code of Ethics for Archivists states that it is “nothing short of unacceptable” for any member to engage in harassing behavior. If you have concerns, you can reach the Executive Director at SAA. If you are unable to reach the Executive Director, you may contact law enforcement. If you are in immediate danger, you can call the facility front desk or call emergency services.

In addition to requiring members to comply with the Code of Ethics, SAA has an Equal Opportunity/Non-Discrimination Policy. These policies cover sexual harassment and discrimination of any kind, including but not limited to race, gender, national origin, age, and disability.