- John G. Clark Award for Distinguished Scholarship in Cultic Studies
The John G. Clark Award for Distinguished Scholarship in Cultic Studies, is an award created by the American Family Foundation, (now the
International Cultic Studies Association, in honor of noted Harvard psychiatrist, John Gordon Clark, M.D.
Notable recipients of the award
1990- John Hochman, M.D.[ [http://www.fmsfonline.org/advboard.html#John%20Hochman FMSF Advisory Board] , Profile, John Hochman, MD.
A graduate of New York University School of Medicine, Dr. Hochman has devoted special attention in his career to cults and cult therapies. His research in this area gained him the John C. Clark Award in Cultic Studies in 1990.] , Steve K. D. Eichel,
Ph.D.[ [http://www.icsahome.com/infoserv_conferences/archive/2004_aff_conference_AT_presenters.htm 2004 Conference] , Understanding Cults, New Religious Movements, and Other Groups, Atlanta, Georgia.
Dr. Eichel is a Co-Founder of RETIRN (Philadelphia, PA) and was a 1990 recipient of the John G. Clark Award for Distinguished Scholarship in Cultic Studies.] [ [http://www.retirn.com/Dr._Steve.htm Dr. Steve] , Steve Eichel website.] ["Case Book of Brief Psychotherapy with College Students", By Stewart E Cooper, James Archer, Jr., Ph.D., Leighton C Whitaker
Steve K. Dubrow Eichel (PhD University of Pennsylvania) is a counseling psychologist in private practice. He is a co-founder of RETIRN, a group practice that specializes in working with individuals and famillies harmed by "high demand groups," including destructive cults. His doctoral research earned him the John G. Clark Award for Distinguished Scholarship in Cultic Studies in 1990. He is also Supervising Psychologist at the St. Francis Homes for Boys (Bensalem, PA) and Adjunct Professor in the Counseling Psychology program at Chestnut Hill College (Philadelphia, PA). Dr. Dubrow-Eichel is a Diplomate in Counseling Psychology of the American Psychological Association and an American Association of Clinical Hypnosis (ASCH)-Approved Consultant in Clinical Hypnosis. He has written and presented on a broad range of topics, including trauma, addiction, hypnosis, brief and integrative psychotherapy, and the psychology of cultic groups.]
1993- Edward Lottick, M.D.[ [http://www.csj.org/aff/aff_awardclark.htm Edward Lottick, M.D.] , award recipient, AFF website.] [ [http://www.csj.org/infoserv_articles/lottick_edward_physician_experience.htm Survey Reveals Physicians' Experience with Cults] , Edward Lottick, M.D., "Cult Observer", Volume 10, Number 3, 1993.] , Paul R. Martin, Ph.D.[ [http://www.rickross.com/reference/ashram/ashram22.html Enlightenment: Ma's ashram: A Press Journal special report] , TCPalm.com, May 5, 2004, Jayne Hustead.
In May 1993, Martin received the American Family Foundation's John G. Clark award for distinguished scholarship in cult studies.] ;Unknown year
William V. Chambers, Ph.D.[ [http://www.icsahome.com/infoserv_profile/chambers_william.asp William Chambers, Ph.D.] , memorial
He received the John G. Clark award for his invaluable contributions to the development of the Group Psychological Abuse Scale.]
Susan J. Kelley, Ph.D., R.N.[ Recovery from Cults (book), Michael Langone, Ph.D., ed., p. xii
Susan J. Kelley, Ph.D., R.N." is Associate Professor of Nursing at Boston College. Dr. Kelley is editor of "Pediatric Emergency Nursing" (Appleton & Lange), for which she received the American Journal of Nursing Book of the Year Award. Dr. Kelley also received the John G. Clark Award for Distinguished Scholarship in Cultic Studies for her research comparing ritually abused and sexually abused children in day care.] [ [http://www.csj.org/infoserv_profile/kelley_susan.htm Ritualistic Abuse of Children: Dynamics and Impact] , "Cultic Studies Journal", Vol. 5, No. 2]
Leo J. Ryan Award
List of cult and new religious movement researchers
*List of groups referred to as cults
Recovery from Cults (book)
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