The Emmanuel Movement

Thanks to Jim B. of Canada who put together this presentation of text and articles on the Washingtonian Temperance Society. Jim originally had these articles on the web site of historyofaa.com which is no longer online and placed here for historical & research purposes.

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Table of Contents

A collection of eleven articles

The Emmanuel Movement and Richard Peabody, Katherine McCarthy, Ph.D. Journal of Studies on Alcohol, Vol. 45, No.1, 1984*
The Emmanuel Clinic, The Role of Religious Bodies in the Treatment of Inebriety in the United States, Rev. Francis W. McPeek Alcohol, Science and Society, 1945
The Emmanuel Movement: Religion plus Psychotherapy, From; Understanding and Counseling the Alcoholic, Howard J. Clinebell, Jr., 1956
The Place of the Lay Therapist in the Treatment of Alcoholics, Dwight Anderson, LL.B. Quarterly Journal of Studies on Alcohol, September, 1944*
The Emmanuel Movement, from Primer on Alcoholism by Marty Mann, 1950, Chapter 7, pages 105-107
Lay Therapy, from Primer on Alcoholism by Marty Mann, 1950, Chapter 12, pages 139-145
Psychotherapeutic Procedure in the Treatment of Alcoholism, Richard R. Peabody, Boston, April 18, 1928
The Danger Line of Drink, by Richard R. Peabody Scribner’s Magazine, 1936
A Psychological Approach in Certain Cases of Alcoholism, Francis T. Chambers, Jr., Mental Hygiene, 21:67-78, 1937
Analysis and Comparison of Three Treatments, by FRANCIS T. CHAMBERS, Jr., of the Philadelphia Hospital Institute British Journal of Addiction, Vol. 50, 1953
Remaking A Man, One Successful Method Of Mental Refitting by Courtenay Baylor of The Emmanuel Movement, 1919
 

*Posted with permission from Alcohol Research Documentation, Inc., publisher of the Quarterly Journal of Studies on Alcohol (now the Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs [www.jsad.com]


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