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Article

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.

News

[Irish Examiner] , Parker, Christy Catholic group in pre-planning with Waterford Council for female-only addiction rehab centre. (03 Nov 2019)

[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)

Report

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

Book

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.

Other

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

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