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Steven K. D. Eichel, Ph.D.

 

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Book Review - The Cult Around the Corner
Cultic Studies Review, 3(3)
 
Mental Health Interventions in Cult-Related Cases: Preliminary Investigation of Outcomes
Cultic Studies Journal, Vol. 1, No. 2
 
Some New Religions Are Dangerous
Cultic Studies Journal, Vol. 2, No. 1
 
Trouble in Paradise: Some Observations on Psychotherapy with New Agers
Cultic Studies Journal, Vol. 5, No. 2
 
Deprogramming: A Case Study. special issue
Cultic Studies Journal, Vol. 6, No. 2
 
Deprogramming: A Case Study - Part II: Conversation Analysis
Cultic Studies Journal, Vol. 1, No. 2
 
Is the New Age Movement Harmless?
Critics vs. Experts

Cultic Studies Journal, Vol. 10, No. 1Order: Is the New Age Movement Harmless? Critics vs. Experts

Other Contribution:
2000 Conference: Cults and the Millennium
Seattle, WA, April 28-30, 2000
 
AFF Annual Conference: Children and Cults
May 29 - May 31, 1998, Philadelphia, PA
 
Treatment Issues; Cults: Theory and Treatment Issues Video Available
Conference May 30, 1997, Philadelphia
  

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Steve K. D. Eichel, Ph.D., ABPP, is a licensed and Board Certified Counseling Psychologist.  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.  He is a former president of the Greater Philadelphia Society of Clinical Hypnosis and President-Elect of the American Academy of Counseling Psychology.  

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Dole, Arthur A., Ph.D.: "Is The New Age Movement Harmless? Critics Versus Experts" - abs
Dole, Arthur A., Ph.D.: "Is The New Age Movement Harmless? Critics Versus Experts" - abs
Dubrow-Eichel, Steve Ph.D.: "Deprogramming: A Case Study"
Eichel, Steve K. D., Ph.D.: "Building Resistance"
Ω Conference 1997: PA Presenter
√ Video: "Theory and Treatment Issues" from May 1991 Conference: Mind Manipulation, Cults, and Domestic Violence

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