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Kelly, John F and Levy, Samuel and Matlack, Maya (2024) A systematic qualitative study investigating why individuals attend, and what they like, dislike, and find most helpful about, smart recovery, alcoholics anonymous, both, or neither. Journal of Substance Use and Addiction Treatment , Early online .

Best, David and Sondhi, Arun and Patton, David and Abreu, Valeria and Martinnelli, Thomas and Bellaert, Lore and Vanderplasschen, Wouter and Nisic, Mulka (2024) A cluster analysis of European life in recovery data: what are the typical patterns of recovery experience? Drugs: Education Prevention and Policy , Early online .

Harris, Frankco (2024) Personal recovery for special populations: a qualitative study exploring the role of special interest meetings within 12-step fellowships. Substance Abuse Treatment, Prevention, and Policy , 19 .

Soweid, Loulwa and Gilbert, Paul A and Maharjan, Gaurab and Holdefer, Paul J and Evans, Sydney and Mulia, Nina (2024) "Everybody needs to find the best path for them": insights into recovery strategies of people who have not used specialty treatment for alcohol use disorder. Alcohol, Clinical and Experimental Research , 48 , (4) , pp. 743-754.

Kelly, John F and Levy, Samuel and Matlack, Maya and Hoeppner, Bettina B (2023) Who affiliates with SMART recovery? A comparison of individuals attending SMART recovery, alcoholics anonymous, both, or neither. Alcoholism, Clinical and Experimental Research , 47 , (10) , pp. 1926-1942.

Atkinson, A M and Meadows, B R and Nicholls, E and Sumnall, H R (2022) 'Some days I am a lunatic that thinks I can moderate': Amalgamating recovery and neo-liberal discourses within accounts of non-drinking among women active in the 'positive sobriety' community on Instagram in the UK. International Journal of Drug Policy , 112 .

Davey, Claire (2021) Online sobriety communities for women's problematic alcohol use: a mini review of existing qualitative and quantitative research. Frontiers in Global Women's Health , 2 , p. 773921.

Volenik, Antun (2021) Spiritual principles of Alcoholics Anonymous. Psychiatria Danubina , 33 , (Suppl 4) , pp. 974-980.

McGovern, William and Addison, Michelle and McGovern, Ruth (2021) An exploration of the psycho-social benefits of providing sponsorship and supporting others in traditional 12 step, self-help groups. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health , 18 , (5) .

von Greiff, Ninive and Skogens, Lisa (2021) Recovery and identity: a five-year follow-up of persons treated in 12-step-related programs. Drugs: Education Prevention and Policy , 28 , (5) , pp. 465-474.

Drug and Alcohol Findings. (2020) Alcohol treatment matrix cell A4: Interventions - psychosocial therapies. Drug and Alcohol Findings Alcohol Treatment Matrix .

Marcovitz, David E and McHugh, Kathryn R and Roos, Corey and West, Jule J and Kelly, John (2020) Overlapping mechanisms of recovery between professional psychotherapies and alcoholics anonymous. Journal of Addiction Medicine , 14 , (5) , pp. 367-375.

Ciapponi, Agustín (2020) Clinical question: Does RCT evidence indicate that manualized Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) or other 12‐step programs offer benefit over alternative interventions for people with alcohol use disorder? Cochrane Clinical Answers .

Kelly, John F and Humphreys, Keith and Ferri, Marica (2020) Alcoholics Anonymous and other 12‐step programs for alcohol use disorder. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews , (3) .

Sawer, Francesca and Davis, Paul and Gleeson, Kate (2020) Is shame a barrier to sobriety? A narrative analysis of those in recovery. Drugs: Education Prevention and Policy , 27 , (1) .

Drug and Alcohol Findings. (2018) Drug treatment matrix cell A4: Interventions - psychosocial therapies. Drug and Alcohol Findings Drug Treatment Matrix .

Zemore, Sarah E and Lui, Camillia and Mericle, Amy and Hemberg, Jordana and Kaskutas, Lee Ann (2018) A longitudinal study of the comparative efficacy of Women for Sobriety, LifeRing, SMART Recovery, and 12-step groups for those with AUD. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment , 88 , pp. 18-26.

Drug and Alcohol Findings. (2018) Can 12-step mutual aid bridge recovery resources deficit? Drug and Alcohol Findings Hot Topic , (April - June 2018) .

Drug and Alcohol Findings. (2017) Does AA really help drinkers stop? Drug and Alcohol Findings Research Analysis , (28 March 2017) .

Beck, Alison K and Forbes, Erin and Baker, Amanda L and Kelly, Peter J and Deane, Frank P and Shakeshaft, Anthony and Hunt, David and Kelly, John F (2017) Systematic review of SMART Recovery: outcomes, process variables, and implications for research. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors , 31 , (1) , pp. 1-20.

Bog, Martin and Filges, Trine and Brännström, Lars and Klint Jørgensen, Anne Marie and Karrman Fredrikksson, Maja (2017) 12-step programs for reducing illicit drug use: a systematic review. Campbell Systematic Reviews , 13 , (1) , pp. 1-149.

Galvin, Brian (2015) HRB publishes drug and alcohol evidence reviews. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 52, Winter 2014 , pp. 14-15.

Butler, Shane and Jordan, Tony (2007) Alcoholics Anonymous in Ireland: AA's first European experience. Addiction , 102 , (6) , pp. 879-886.

Ferri, Marica and Amato, Laura and Davoli, Marina (2006) Alcoholics Anonymous and other 12-step programmes for alcohol dependence. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews , (3) .

O'Halloran, Sean (2006) Power and solidarity-building in the discourse of Alcoholics Anonymous. Journal of Groups in Addiction & Recovery , 1 , (2) , pp. 69-95.

O'Halloran, Sean (2005) Symmetry in interaction in meetings of Alcoholics Anonymous: the management of conflict. Discourse and Society , 16 , (4) , pp. 535-560.

Rowen, Stephen (2003) The treatment of alcohol dependence in Ireland. Studies , 92 , (367) , pp. 243-247.

Loughran, Hilda (2003) Teaching evidence-based addiction practice: project MATCH comes to the classroom. Journal of Teaching in the Addictions , 2 , (1) , pp. 1-15.

Nic Gabhainn, Saoirse (2003) Assessing sobriety and successful membership of Alcoholics Anonymous. Journal of Substance Use , 8 , (1) , pp. 55-61.


Dorman, Peter (2024) Evaluation of CASP recovery cafés. Dublin: Clondalkin Addiction Support Programme CASP.

Office for Health Improvement & Disparities. (2023) Gambling treatment need and support in England: main findings and methodology. Office for Health Improvement & Disparities.

Hay, Gordon and McCarthy, Elizabeth and Swithenbank, Zoe (2022) A scoping review for evaluation of drug rehabilitation outcomes and impacts in Ireland. Dublin: Health Research Board.

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2021) Treating concurrent substance use among adults. Rockville, MD: National Mental Health and Substance Use Policy Laboratory. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.

Haber, Paul and Riordan, Benjamin (2021) Guidelines for the treatment of alcohol problems. Sydney: Specialty of Addiction Medicine, Faculty of Medicine and Health, The University of Sydney.

Jayne, Mark and Williams, Andrew and Webb, Daniel (2019) Faith in recovery? Service user evaluation of faith-based alcohol treatment. London: Alcohol Change UK.

Public Health England. (2015) Improving mutual aid engagement: a professional development resource. London: Public Health England.

Public Health England. (2013) A briefing on the evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment guidance recommendations on mutual aid. London: Public Health England.

Narcotics Anonymous. (2010) Parents and carers handbook. Dublin: Narcotics Anonymous.

Sia, Tiffany L and Dansereau, DF and Dees, Sandra M (2002) Mapping your steps: “Twelve Step” guide maps. Fort Worth: Texas Christian University. Institute of Behavioral Research.

Center for Substance Abuse Treatment. (1999) Treatment of adolescents with substance use disorders. Rockville, MD: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.

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[Oireachtas] Dail Eireann debate. Topical issue debate. Drug treatment programmes. (22 Sep 2020)


Murphy, Brendan (2022) A lifetime of living sober: an exploration of how people with an alcohol use disorder use self-help groups in pursuance of a lifetime of sobriety, using Alcoholics Anonymous as an exemplar. PhD thesis, Ulster University.


Morris, James (2024) The alcohol 'problem' podcast.


[RTE News] , Conneely, Ailbhe Relief as support meeting numbers not limited to 6. (09 Sep 2020)

[Irish Examiner] , Neville, Steve New film by Alcoholics Anonymous highlights dangers of addiction and how to get help. (25 Aug 2016)

[drugs.ie] Narcotics Anonymous extends an invitation to professional workers. (23 Oct 2015)

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