Home > Items where Subject is "HJ Treatment method > Spirituality and religion in treatment"

Up a level
Export as
Group by: Item Type | No Grouping
Number of items at this level: 28.


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

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

Lount, Mark and Hargie, Owen DW (1997) The priest as counsellor: an investigation of critical incidents in the pastoral work of catholic priests. Counselling Psychology Quarterly , 10 , (3) , pp. 247-259.

Mullen, Kenneth and Williams, Rory and Hunt, Kate (1996) Irish descent, religion, and alcohol and tobacco use. Addiction , 91 , (2) , pp. 243-254.


[Irish Times] , Gallagher, Conor How Scientology is trying to insert itself into Irish schools. (16 Dec 2017)

[thejournal.ie] , MacNamee, Garreth Saunas and high vitamin doses: The discredited Scientology-backed drug rehab programme slated for Meath. (22 Jan 2017)


Irish Catholics Bisops Conferance. (2013) Prayer book for those affected by addiction. Maynooth: Irish Catholics Bishops Conference.

Crosscare. (2008) Crosscare: Faith in action - vision statement 2008 - 2028. Dublin: Crosscare.

Church of Ireland. (2007) Alcohol in the life of young people. Dublin: Church of Ireland.

Irish Council of Churches/Roman Catholic Joint Group on Social Problems. (1972) Report of the working party on the abuse of drugs: to the Irish Council of Churches/Roman Catholic Joint Group on the Role of the Churches in Irish Society. Dublin: Irish Council of Churches/Roman Catholic Joint Group on Social Problems.

Evidence resource

Drug and Alcohol Findings. (2018) Can 12-step mutual aid bridge recovery resources deficit? London: Drug and Alcohol Findings. Drug and Alcohol Findings Hot Topic (April - June 2018) 7 p.

Kelly, John F and Humphreys, Keith and Ferri, Marica [The Cochrane Library] . (2017) [Protocol] Alcoholics Anonymous and other 12‐step programs for alcohol use disorder. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews DOI: 10.1002/14651858.CD012880

[Drug and Alcohol Findings] (2017) Does AA really help drinkers stop? London: Drug and Alcohol Findings. (28 March 2017) 4 p.

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. The Campbell Collaboration. Campbell Systematic Reviews (2) 149 p. DOI 10.4073/csr.2017.2


Butler, Shane (2010) Benign anarchy: Alcoholics Anonymous in Ireland. Dublin: Irish Academic Press .

Luekefeld, Carl G and Gullotta, Thomas P and Staton-Tindall, Michele, eds. (2009) Adolescent substance abuse. Evidence-based approaches to prevention and treatment. New York: Springer .

Carroll, Kathleen M and Miller, William R, eds. (2006) Rethinking substance abuse: what the science shows, and what we should do about it. New York: Guilford Press .

Galanter, Marc, ed. (2003) Recent developments in alcoholism: research on alcoholism treatment: methodology, psychosocial treatment, selected topics, research priorities. Recent developments in alcoholism ; vol 16 New York: Kluwer Academic / Plenum Publishers .

Townsend, Paul A (2002) Father Mathew, temperance and Irish identity. Dublin: Irish Academic Press .

Coombs, Robert S (2001) Addiction recovery tools: a practical handbook. Thousand Oaks Ca.: Sage .

Fuller, Robert C (2000) Stairways to heaven: drugs in American religious history. Boulder: Westview .

Walsh, Eamonn, ed. (2000) Beyond Maintenance. Papers from a drug treatment seminar organised by the Irish Catholic Bishops Conference in association with the Irish Times. Dublin: Veritas .

Ferriter, Diarmaid (1999) A nation of extremes. The pioneers in twentieth-century Ireland. Dublin: Irish Academic Press .

McQ, Joe (1990) The steps we took: a teacher of the Twelve Steps shares his experience, strength, and hope with all those recovering from addictions, all who want to recover and all who love them. Little Rock: August House .

Conference or Workshop Item

Diarmuid, Martin (2014) Quenching the thirst: spirituality and addiction. In: Irish Bishops’ Drugs Initiative National Conference, 1 February 2014, Church of the Holy Child, Whitehall.


MacCarthaigh, Tom (1995) Community and drugs: a Christian response. mPhil thesis, Trinity College Dublin.

Mullarkey, James Francis (1994) From alcohol to alcoholism to alcoholics anonymous: An ethnographic study of Alcoholics Anonymous in Ireland. Masters thesis, National University of Ireland, Galway.


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

This list was generated on Mon Apr 23 03:20:39 2018 GMT.