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Series 1 Papers
Biographical write-ups 1998-2001
Reports on visits to USSR
Notes: Russian trip October 1973
Moscow diary, USSR trip, Oct. 5-29, 1973
Trip report: Moscow, 1973
Travel documents for trip to Russia, 1973
Mosher interview by Craig Fees, Nov. 1993
Petra Hohn, "'Being with' Loren Mosher," in Swedish and English, ca. 1994
Outsideren - translation of 1998 interview by Swend Balle with cover letter, 1998
Clippings, and fragment n.d.
Mosher, Loren R.: presentations by (announcements, flyers, brochures etc.)
Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica. Supplementum. No. 413, Vol 106 - Program from 3rd International Conference on Early Psychosis [LM presented talk], 2002
Diplomas and awards 1933-52
Certificates and awards 1960-70s
Certificates and awards 1980s
Certificates and awards 1990s and undated
Notebook: Messages to Loren from All Your Friends at the Department of Addiction, Victims and Mental Health Services, 1996
Speeches, correspondence, articles re Mosher's time in San Diego, 1996-98
APA - Mosher's letter of resignation, 1998
APA resignation, related correspondence
APA resignation: articles by others
Mosher's APA resignation letter as reprinted in other publications
Correspondence (by name and subject)
Bleuler, Manfred - correspondence, 1975-93
Hanson, Jerker - correspondence, , 1995 1999
Theodor Itten & Noel Cobb - correspondence re their Laing book project, 1989-2001
Laing, R.D. - correspondence (1 letter received, 1 letter outgoing) 1965
Martensson, Lars - correspondence (with some clippings and presentation re parcel of land in California) (1 of 2) 1990-97
Martensson, Lars - correspondence (with a few articles) (2 of 2) 1990-97
Mosher/Schreiber Christmas letter, 1991
Correspondence with White House (a letter from Daniel R. Moynihan) 1969
Correspondence A-B, 1973-2000
Correspondence C-E, 1986-2001
Correspondence F-H, 1973-2003
Correspondence J-M (including 1 from Karl Menninger), 1971-2001
Correspondence N-R, 1986-2001
Correspondence S-Y, 1973-2001
Correspondence: email, 1998-2001
Correspondence: email, 2001-2004
Correspondence, miscellaneous (1 unsigned incoming letter, and 2 outgoing)
APA/Psychiatric News - correspondence, 1973
APA/Psychology Today - correspondence, 1987-99
Psychology Today article ("Are Psychologists Betraying their Patients?") and Mosher's correspondence, 1999
Correspondence (email) re "Are Psychologists Betraying their Patients?" 1999
Correspondence re and with Family Therapy Forum, 1988
Correspondence re Mosher's nomination for Foundation's Peace Prize, 1978
Laing essay, related correspondence (includes a few from Theodor Itten), 1986-99
AMI (Alliance for the Mentally Ill)/NAMI - correspondence (pro and con) re Mosher's appointment as Associate Director of Addiction, Victim, and Mental Health Services (District of Columbia) 1988
NAMI (National Alliance for the Mentally Ill) - correspondence of Elaine Brooks, 1999
NAMI related correspondence, 1987-2001
European Soteria projects, correspondence and miscellany, 1995-2000
Possible Soteria's, email correspondence, 2001-2004
Correspondence about Mosher, , 1994 1997
Miscellaneous correspondence: copy of letter from Gregory Bateson to Mitchell Ginsberg re Ginsberg's essay "On Behavior and Communication," 1969
Letter to editor of Washington Post (clipping) "Notes on the Riddle of Schizophrenia," 1970
Letters to newspapers 1970-71, 1976
Letters to Psychiatric News (original and printed forms), 1975-90
Letters to editor (New England Journal of Medicine) re Mosher's "Alternatives to Psychiatric Hospitalization," [clipping] 1984
Letter to Behavioral Healthcare Tomorrow [printed], June 1999
Letter to Los Angeles Times in response to Dr. Ely's article "How Patients Rights Can Harm Treatment," 2002
Notes, drafts, comments by others, 1970s-80s
Notes, drafts, 1980s
Notes on Buddhism, 1987
Notes [residential alternatives] 1989
Notes ca. 2000
Miscellaneous essays, 1993 and undated
"What Everyone Taking a SSRI Needs to Know" - notes and draft, n.d.
"Big Pharma: Facts and Figures" [outline] 2003
Articles, papers, etc. by Mosher (typescripts, arranged by date)
"The Career Schizophrenic: Psychiatry's Creation?", n.d.
"Deinstitutionalization American Style," n.d.
"The Incomprehensibility of Madness," n.d.
"Kingsley Hall as Experienced by a Member of the American Establishment," n.d.
"Living with Our Madness," n.d.
"The Myth of the Magic Pill," [chapter 6 of larger work] n.d.
On schizophrenia, draft, n.d.
"Schizophrenia - Psychiatry's Sacred Symbol and Theoretical Graveyard," co-authored with Volkmar Aderhold, n.d.
"The Several Worlds of Schizophrenia: Is a Synthesis Possible," n.d.
Soteria book, typescript chapters
"Unhappy Families," co-authored with John Read and Fred Seymour [chapter 17 of larger work], n.d.
Title pending ["In the past decade or so a fascinating new economic, political and ideologic alliance has evolved within the mental health field."], n.d.
Existential psychiatry - several papers and outlines by Mosher, 1961-62 and undated
"Report of the Departing Ward Chief, Fourth Floor: An Antihospital Ward in a Community Mental Health Center," 1968
"Psychiatry - on the way out?" drafts, 1970 and undated
Schizophrenia - drafts of several chapters, 1971 and undated
"Schizophrenia and Crisis Theory," 1972
"A New Treatment for Schizophrenia: Does It Work?" draft 1973
Introduction to Approaches [book by unnamed author], with related outgoing letters, 1975
"Implications of Family Studies for the Treatment of Schizophrenia," symposium paper with related correspondence, 1976
"Neuroleptics, Dopamine Hypersensitivity and Exacerbation of Psychosis," 1977
"Soteria's Model of Madness: Implications for Treatment," 1977
"Social Barriers to Innovation," 1977
"A Residential Non-hospital Interpersonal Treatment for Schizophrenia," 1977
"What Is Schizophrenia?" 1982
"Schizophrenia and the Family," 1988
St. Bart's 1989 [report on difficulties at DAVMHS]
"Schizophrenia: Current Myths; the Case of the Neuroleptic Drugs," 1989
"An Anti-Psychiatrist's Contribution to Contemporary Psychiatry: A Personal Memoir," [re R. D. Laing] 1990 with related letter from Delty (?) 1990
"The Mythological Effects of Neuroleptic Drugs," 1995
"The Influence of Research on Health Policy: Walking the Razor's Edge; Some Things are Better Left Unsaid," Second Annual Dr. Ephraim T. Lisansky Lecture, University of Maryland School of Social Work, 1996
"R. D. Laing and Alternative to Mental Hospitals," draft and comments, 1997-98
Lucca/Preface/LRM Feb. 1999
Mosher: Psychiatry, Drugs and the APA - draft and contract with Psychology Today, 1999
"The Biopsychiatric Model of 'Mental Illness': A Critical Bibliography," and several pages of other bibliographies 2001
"Soteria-California and Its American Successors: Therapeutic Ingredients," with related correspondence, 2003-04
Miscellaneous Mosher writings (photocopies, marked deposition exhibit 19, 23, 24)
Apter, Nathaniel S. "Discussion of Loren Mosher's 'Implications of Research in the Psychosocial Treatment of Schizophrenia,'" 1981
Mosher interviews of Medard Boss and Manfred Bleuler, 1988
Correspondence with Medard Boss (n.d.) and the Boss family, 1991
Correspondence with Gregor Becker-Bogemann re Boss interview, 1994-95
Correspondence re publishing Boss/Bleuler interviews, 1988
Breggin, Peter - article in MindFreedom, Winter 2002-03
Community Mental Health - reviews and correspondence, 1989-91
Community Mental Health - reviews and correspondence, 1989-95, 2001
Community Mental Health Seminar outlines 1995-96
Conference in Mosher's honor (Mental Health Practice in the Nineties: Changes and Challenges) 1993
Criteria for judging public mental health programs - prepared for Virginia Consumers Annual Meeting, June [no year]
DSM, various writings relating to
Esalen Conference Report (Community Based Alternatives to Institutional Psychiatric Care) 1987
Existential psychiatry - work by Medard Boss
Existential psychiatry - work by George Serban
Existential psychiatry - work by Paul Tillich
R. D. Laing memorials and obituaries
Memo [from chief, Center for Studies of Schizophrenia] re NIH report 1974
Miscellaneous articles (not by Mosher)
Miscellaneous items (2 poems, note re a quote for Mosher, and a sketch)
NAMI materials, 1990-2001
Psicoterapias e Intervenciones Precoces en la Esquizofrenia; Homenaje a Loren R. Mosher 2004 [bibliographic dossier of Mosher's work for attendees at annual course on schizophrenia held in Madrid]
Poster: Seminario La Riabilitazione in psichiatria, Modena [Mosher was one of the speakers] 1990
Psychiatric medication, drug trials - clippings
Report of State Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee Discussion of Departmental Treatment Philosophy [Montgomery County?], April 4, 1989
Schizophrenia: Is There an Answer? [NIMH booklet, photocopy]
Seminar materials (various topics) 1999-2001
Semrad, Elvin V.: on psychosis (article by Semrad and notes by Mosher)
Sharav, V. H. "Children in Clinical Research: A Conflict of Moral Values," InFocus, 2003
Soteria: progress reports, drafts, notes, , 1981 1988-92
Soteria: Final Progress Report, Mar. 14, 1992
"Soteria: A Manual," 1972
Soteria Manual, with cover letter, 1992
Soteria - news clippings, 1973-80
Soteria: miscellaneous materials
"Still Crazy after all These Years" (San Diego Weekly Reader) and response (1 of 2) January 2003
"Still Crazy after all These Years" (San Diego Weekly Reader) and response (2 of 2) January 2003
Email correspondence re de Wyze article on Mosher [Still Crazy...], 2003
Photographs of Mosher
Photographs of Mosher
Photographs of Mosher
Photographs of Mosher, , and 1973 1979 undated
Photographs from conference/meeting, undated
Photographs from meetings, undated
Photographs from a reunion, with letter, 2000
Lucca slides (black and white images)
Slides for talk(s)
Oversize licenses and certificates
2 binders of articles (reprints, photocopies, web-based printouts) on drug treatments and schizophrenia
The 2nd Annual Dr. Ephraim T. Lisansky Lecture, April 14, 1996, Loren R. Mosher, "The influence of research on health policy: walking the razor's edge; some things are better left unsaid."
Soterialand/1972. Dept. mental Health Service. Delivery date: 9/8/98; 14 minutes [2 copies]
T.A.M.C. Loren Mosher "Community mental health systems - user friendly?" 17 April 1992
Abschied von Babylon. Ein film von Nikola Bock
10.1 The Drugging of our Children. A Gary Null Production, 2005
10.2 Seminar--Serious Mental Illness; Dr. Loren Mosher, SDSU School of Social Work guest
10.3 International Approaches to Assisting the Severely Mentally Ill, Dr. Loren R. Moser; JU87-209
10.4 Loren Mosher 2004
10.5 Connecting Thoughts in Memorium Loren Mosher 2004
10.6 Use of medications undated
10.7 T's family 2/24/93
10.8 Original Best Picture [patient interview?]
Loren Mosher presentation
Bola Mosher; London interview
Slide box 1 (text, illustrations, etc. on Big Pharma, Soteria, Milieu, C-PMA, Community Mental Health)
Slide box 2: text, illustrations, etc. on cost & context, Myth - Soteria, context & myths
1988 Family therapy Network Symposium "Schizophrenia and the Family" Carol Anderson, Agnes Hatfield, Loren Mosher. Tape 1 and Tape 2; Strategies for Schizophrenia. Psychiatry Vol. 5 No. 19, Oct. 11, 1976. Includes Loren Mosher's "Implications of Soteria's model of madness"; Dr. Loren Mosher interviewed by Craig Fees, 9 November 1993; La Questione Psichiatrica, Trieste, 6-10-88; Mary Barnes by David Edgar; Alma and Joyce, Nov. 6, 1984, Rx ingredients; "Soteria: An alternative to hospitalization," Loren Mosher. The Search for Mental Health 1976; OR 505 Alternatives to hospitalization for children and adolescents. American Orthopsychiatric Assoc. Tape 1 and Tape 2; OR 512 Psychological rehabilitation: an effective intervention for mental health system veterans. American Orthopsychiatric Assoc. Tape 1 and Tape 2; American Psychological Association 103rd Annual convention. August 1995. Consulting for a paradigm change - the overreliance on the medical model [LM was on of the presenters] 2 tapes; Connection - Mad in America 2/18; Boss - 7/15/87; Bleuler - 7/15/87
3 wooden plaques: Community Leadership Award from St. Luke's House, Inc. 1996; Appreciation for Services to the Joint Committee on Schizophrenia, New York State Psychiatric Association, 1981; and Appreciation for Outstanding dedication and service to the Mental Health Consumer of Montgomery County, 1991
Series 2 Publications
Journal articles (as numbered by LRM):
Publication. #1: "Carcinoma of the Liver and Postnecrotic Cirrhosis: Report of a Case and Review of Carcinomas of the Livers Seen at Stanford from 1919 to 1959," Stanford Medical Bulletin, 18, no. 2 (May 1960).
[Publication #2]: "A Clinical Trial of Alpha-Methyldopa in Elated States," by Mosher, Klerman, and Greaney, The American Journal of Psychiatry, 122, no. 10 (April, 1966).
Publication #3: "Life History Differences in Identical Twins Discordant for Schizophrenia," by Pollin, Stabenau, Mosher, and Tupin, American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, XXXVI, no. 3 (April 1966).
Publication. #4: "Schizophrenia and Crisis Theory," by Mosher, Menn, and Goveia (presented at Annual Mtg. of the American Orthopsychiatric Association, 1972.).
Publication #5: "Serum Macroglobulin (S19) in Families of Monozygotic Twins Discordant for Schizophrenia," by Stabenau, Pollin, and Mosher, American Journal. of Psychiatry. 125: 1 (July 1968).
Publication #6: "Prevalence of Physical Illness in Parents of Identical Twins Discordant for Schizophrenia," by Guggenheim, Pollin, Stabenau, and Mosher, Psychosomatic Medicine, Vol. XXXI, No. 4, July-August 1969).
Publication #8: "Father Absence and Antisocial Behavior in Negro and White Males," Acta Paedopsychiatric 36,1969.
Publication #9: "Schizophrenogenic Communication and Family Therapy" Family Process, 8, no. 1 (March 1969).
Publication #10: "Special Report on Schizophrenia," prepared by Mosher and Staff of Clinical Research Branch, Division of Extramural Research Programs, National Institute of Mental Health (March 1969).
"Current Studies on Schizophrenia," by Mosher and Feinsilver, International Journal of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, 2, no. 1, (1973).
Publication #11: "Study of Monozygotic Twins Discordant for Schizophrenia," by Stabenau, Pollin, Mosher, Frohman, Friedhoff, and Turner, Arch Gen Psychiat, 20 (Feb. 1969).
Publication #12: "Nicotinic Acid Side Effects and Toxicity: A Review," Amer. J. Psychiat. 126: 9, (March 1970).
#13 "The Several Worlds of Schizophrenia: Is a synthesis possible?," Human Context: 2(3), 450- 476 (1970).
Publication #14 [not found]
Publication #15: "Methodological issues in research with groups at high risk for the development of schizophrenia," by Mosher and Wynne (no date).
Publication #16:"Madness and the Community" Attitude, Vol. 1, No. 7
Publication #17: "New Treatment Systems for Schizophrenia," Schizophrenia 3, no. 2 (Second Quarter 1971).
Publication #19: "Special Report: Schizophrenia," prepared by Mosher and Feinsilver, 1970-71(?); U.S. Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service, Health Services and Mental Health Administration, National Institute of Mental Health.
#20 (article: "Family Art Evaluation: Use in Families with Schizophrenic Twins" by Mosher and Kwiatkowska, The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, Vol. 153, No. 3, 1971)
"Families with Identical Twins Discordant for Schizophrenia: Some Relationships between Identification, Thinking Styles, Psychopathology and Dominance-Submissiveness," by Mosher, Pollin, and Stabenau, British Journal of Psychiatry, 118 (1971) 29-42.
Publication #22 "Identical Twins Discordant for Schizophrenia: Neurological Findings," by Mosher, Pollin, and Stabenau, Arch Gen Psychiat 24 (May 1971).
Publication #23: "Symposium 27: Schizoidness in the non-schizophrenic co-twins of schizophrenics," by Mosher, Stabenau, and Pollin, Excerpta Medica International Congress Series No. 274.
Publication #24: "Etiological Implications of Studies of Identical Twins Discordant for Schizophrenia," Orthomolecular Psychiatry 1, no. 1 (First Quarter, 1972).
Publication #25: "Recent Trends in Psychological Treatment of Schizophrenia," The American Journal of Psychoanalysis XXXII, no. 1.
Publication #26: "A Research Design for Evaluating a Psychosocial Treatment of Schizophrenia," Hospital and Community Psychiatry 23, no. 8 (August 1972).
Publication #27: "Cognitive Style, Schizophrenia, and the Family: Methodological Implications of Contextual Effects" by Mosher, Wild, Valcov, and Feinstein, Family Process 11, no. 2 (June 1972).
Publication #31: "Characteristics of Nonprofessionals Serving as Primary Therapists for Acute Schizophrenics," by Mosher, Reifman, and Menn, Hospital and Community Psychiatry 24 (6) (1973), 391-396.
Publication #33: "Psychiatric Heretics and the Extra-Medical Treatment of Schizophrenia" in Strategic Intervention in Schizophrenia: Current Developments in Treatment, edited by Cancro, Fox, and Shapiro (New York: Behavioral Publications, 1974), 279-302.
Publication #34: "The Cost of Schizophrenia," by Gunderson and Mosher, American Journal of Psychiatry 132(9) (September 1975), 901-906.
Publication #40: "Soteria: Evaluation of a Home-based Treatment for Schizophrenia," by Mosher, Menn, and Matthews, Amer. J. Orthopsychiatry, 45(3) (April 1975).
[Publication # 42?] "The Soteria Project. An Alternative to Hospitalization for Schizophrenics: Some Clinical Aspects," by Menn and Mosher Schizophrenia 75, edited by Jarl Jorstad and Endre Ugelstand (Oslo, Norway: Universitetsforlaget, 1976), 347-372.
Publication #43: "Family Therapy for Schizophrenia: Recent Trends" in Treatment of Schizophrenia: Progress and Prospect, edited by West and Flinn (Grune & Stratton, Inc., 1976).
Publication #44: "Implications of Family Studies for the Treatment of Schizophrenia" Irish Medical Journal 69 (17) (1976), 456-463.
Publication #45 "Dinosaur or Astronaut? One Year Followup Data from the Soteria Project" by Mosher and Menn, in "A Symposium: Followup Studies of Community Care," edited by M. Greenblatt and R. D. Budson, American Journal of Psychiatry 133(8) (1976), 919-920.
Publication #46: "Being With Madness: Personality Characteristics of Three Treatment Staffs," by Hirschfield, Matthews, Mosher, and Menn, Hospital Community Psychiatry 28, no. 4 (April 1977).
Publication #47 "Evaluation of Community Mental Health Services," Martin Katz (Moderator); Societal Barriers to Learning: the Community Psychiatry Example -- Loren R. Mosher. Chapter 3 in A Critical Appraisal of Community Psychiatry, edited by G. Serban (New York: John Wiley and Sons, Inc, 1977), 145-161.
Publication #48: "Lowered Barriers in the Community: The Soteria Model," by Mosher and Menn, in Alternative to Mental Hospital Treatment, edited by Stern and Test (NY: Plenum Press, 1978).
Publication #51 "Can Diagnosis be Nonpejorative?" in The Nature of Schizophrenia, edited by Wynne (John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1978).
[no label]: "Community Residential Treatment for Schizophrenia: Two-Year Follow-Up," by Mosher and Menn, Hospital and Community Psychiatry, 29, no. 11 (Nov. 1978).
[Publication #54]: "The Surrogate 'Family,' an Alternative to Hospitalization" by Mosher and Menn, in Schizophrenia: Science and Practice, edited by J.C. Shershow (Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, 1978), 223-239.
[Publication #55]: "A Non-Neuroleptic Treatment for Schizophrenia: Analysis of the Two-Year Postdischarge Risk of Relapse," by Matthews, Roper, Mosher, and Menn, Schizophrenia Bulletin 5, no. 2, (1979).
[Publication #56]: "Research on the Psychosocial Treatment of Schizophrenia: A Summary Report," by Mosher and Keith, American Journal of Psychiatry 136 no. 5 (May 1979). Includes correspondence re: use of article.
Publication #57: "Soteria: An Alternative to Hospitalization for Schizophrenia," by Mosher and Menn, New Directions for Mental Health Services 1 (1979).
Publication #59: "Group, Family, Milieu, and Community Support Systems Treatment for Schizophrenia," by Mosher and Gunderson, in The Schizophrenic Syndrome, edited by L. Bellak (Basic Books, 1979), 399-451.
Publication #60: "Comparison of Two Treatment Environments for Schizophrenia," by Wendt, Mosher, Matthews, and Menn, in Principles and Practices of Milieu Theory, edited by Gunderson, Will, Mosher (New York: Jason Aronson Pub., 1983). Includes draft.
[no label]: "Recent Research Trends in Schizophrenia," in Comprehensive Textbook of Psychiatry, 3rd, ed. A. M. Friedman, H. I. Kaplan, and B.J. Sadock (Baltimore: The Williams and Wilkins Co., in press [in 1978])
[no label]: "Drugs and Psychosocial Treatment: Editors' Introduction," by Mosher and Meltzer, Schizophrenia Bulletin 6, no. 1 (1980).
[no label]: "Diagnosis of Schizophrenia...," correspondence related to. Article not included (1982 letter from Murray Morphy; 1983 letter from Joan Oliver).
Publication #66: "Italy's Revolutionary Mental Health Law: An Assessment," American Journal of Psychiatry 139:2 (February 1982).
[no label]: "A Psychosocial Approach to the Returning Schizophrenic," The Schizophrenic Outpatient: A Clinical Information Service 1, no.1 (1982).
Publication #67 "Radical Deinstitutionalization: the Italian Experience," Int. J. Ment. Health 11, no. 4 (M. E. Sharpe, Inc. 1983), 129-136. Includes related correspondence and other materials.
Publication #68: "Recent Developments in the Care, Treatment, and Rehabilitation of the Chronic Mentally Ill in Italy," Hospital and Community Psychiatry 34, no. 10 (October 1983).
Publication #69: "Scientific Evidence and System Change: The Soteria Experience" by Mosher and Menn, in Psychosocial Interventions in Schizophrenia, edited by H. Steirlin et. al. (Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag, 1983), 93-108.
[Publication # 71]: "Crossing Place: A Residential Model for Crisis Intervention," by Wolff, Matthews, Kalibat, and Mosher, Hospital and Community Psychiatry 35, no. 1 (Jan. 1984).
Publication #72: "Un' Alternativa All'ospedalizzazione Nella Schizofrenia: L'Esperienza Soteria," by Mosher and Menn, in Le Psicosi Schizofreniche. Dalla Ricerca alla Pratica Clinica, a cura di C. Faccinani, R. Fiorio, G. Mignolli e M. Tansella (Bologna: Patr"00F3"n, 1984.)
Publication #73: "Alternatives to Psychiatric Hospitalization: Why Has Research Failed to be Translated into Practice?," The New England Journal of Medicine 309 (December 22, 1983). Includes related correspondence and other materials.
[Publication # 74]: "Milieu Therapy in the 1980s: A Comparison of Two Residential Alternatives to Hospitalization," by Mosher, Kresky-Wolff, Matthews, and Menn, Bull Menninger Clin. 50(3) (1986),257-268.
Publication #75: Commentary [on essay by Julian P. Leff], Integrative Psychiatry: An International Journal for the Synthesis of Medicine and Psychiatry 3, no. 2 (June 1985).
Publication #76: "The Current Status of the Community Support Program: A Personal Assessment," Psychosocial Rehabilitation Journal 9, no. 3 (January, 1986).
Publication#77 "Training Psychiatrists in the Community: A Report of the Italian Experience," by Burti and Mosher, Am. J. Psychiatry 143:12 (December 1986).
Publication #78 "Community Residential Treatment: Alternatives to Hospitalization," in A Clinical Guide for the Treatment of Schizophrenia, by A. Bellack (N. Y.: Plenum Press, 1989).
Publication #79: "The Soteria Project: New Outcome Data," by Mosher, Vallone, and Menn, in New Trends in Schizophrenia, edited by Migone, Martini, & Volterra, (Caserta: Edito Dalla Fondazione [Centro Praxis] 1989), 113-330. Includes Italian version.
Publication #80: "On Being Therapeutic Without Doing Therapy," Congresso Nazionale della Societa Italiana di Riabilitazione Psicosociale (S. I. R. P.). Verona, 29-30 ottobre 1988.
Publication #81 "Relationships in Rehabilitations: When Technology Fails," by Mosher and Burti, Psychosocial Rehabilitation Journal 15, no. 4 (April 1992). Includes a related correspondence.
Publication #82 "Soteria: A Therapeutic Community for Psychotic Persons," International Journal of Therapeutic Communities 12, no. 1 (1991).
Publication #83: "An Anti-Psychiatrist's Contribution to Contemporary Psychiatry: A Personal Memoir," International Journal of Therapeutic Communities 12, no. 1 (1991).
Publication #85: "The Social Environmental Treatment of Psychosis: Critical Ingredients," in Psychotherapy of Schizophrenia: Facilitating and Obstructive Factors, edited by A. Werbart and J. Cullberg, (Oslo: Scandinavian University Press, 1992), 254-260. Multiple versions.
Publication #86: "Expanding Forced Treatment: Where Will It All End?" (response to Swartz and Siebert in "Should it be Easier to Commit People Involuntarily to Treatment?") in Controversial Issues in Mental Health (New York: Allyn and Bacon, 1994).
Publication #87: "The Soteria Project: The First-Generation American Alternatives to Psychiatric Hospitalization" in Alternatives to the Hospital For Acute Psychiatric Treatment, edited by Richard Warner (1995). Includes copies of handout Community Mental Health Relational Principles.
Publication #88: "Soteria: A Therapeutic Community for Psychotic Persons" (1996).
Publication #89: "Residential Alternatives to Hospitalization for Patients with Severe and Persistent Mental Illness: Should Patients With Comorbid Substance Abuse be Excluded?" by Herrell, Mosher et. al, The Journal of Mental Health Administration 23:3 (Summer 1996).
Publication #90: "The Treatment of Acute Psychosis Without Neuroleptics: Six-Week Psychopathology Outcome Data from the Soteria Project," International Journal of Social Psychiatry 41, no. 3 (1995). Includes a related correspondence.
Publication #91: "Mapping an Understanding of Madness." Consumer Connection 4, no. 1 (1995).
Publication #92 "Family Therapy," by Mosher and Schreiber, Psychiatry 2, ch. 75 (1997). Includes a related correspondence.
Publication #93: "Psych and Rehabilitation: Rapprochement," by Mosher/VanDevanter, presented at Second Annual Meeting of the Italian Society for Psychological Rehabilitation, 1990. Includes correspondence and related materials.
Publication #94: "Organizing a User Friendly Community Mental Health System: Program Values and Clinical Principles" for "Die Psychiatric von Morgen im Kanton Zurich" (1993). Includes a related correspondence.
Publication #95: "Randomized Trial of General Hospital and Residential Alternative Care for Patients with Severe and Persistent Mental Illness," by Fenton, Mosher, et. al., The American Journal of Psychiatry 155:4 (April 1998).
Publication #96: "Soteria and Other Alternatives to Acute Psychiatric Hospitalization: A Personal and Professional Review," The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease 187, no. 3 (1999). Includes related correspondence and materials.
"Swimming Upriver," forward to book by Lars Martensson. Includes correspondence, drafts and other related materials.
"The Ethics of Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT)," op-ed by Mosher and David Cohen, Virtual Mentor: Ethics Journal of the American Medical Association (October 2003). Includes related materials.
"Rethinking the Mental Illness Industry," by Mosher and Mary Boyle (2003). Includes notes and related newsclipping.
Publication #97: "The Soteria Affect," by Bola and Mosher (1997-1999). Includes drafts and correspondence.
Publication #99: "The Soteria Project: Twenty five years of swimming upriver," by Mosher and Bola, Complexity and Change 9, no. 1 (June 2000).
Publication #100 "Treating Madness Without Hospitals: Soteria and Its Successors" in The Handbook of Humanistic Psychology, edited Schneider, Bugental, and Pierson (Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, 2001).
Publication #101: "Soteria-California and its Successors: Therapeutic ingredients," in Wie wirkt Soteria?-ein atypische Psychosenbehandlung kritisch durchleuchtet, edited by Ciompi and Hoffman (New York and Bonn: Huber, 2001). Includes related correspondence and other materials.
Publication #102: Includes only related correspondence and other materials.
Publication #103 "Application of Soteria Therapeutic Principles to Community Psychiatric Care" (2001). Includes related correspondence.
Publication #104 -- Prosky Chap: "Pharmland" Pig Pharma: Psychiatric Agenda Setting by Drug Companies (email/letter correspondence; copy of "Pig Pharma: Psychiatric Agenda Setting by Drug Companies," by Beder, Gosden, and Mosher; in Family Therapy and Psychopharmacology, edited by Prosky and Keith. Final title of chapter is apparently "Biopsychiatric Ideology as an impediment to Consumerism." Includes related material and correspondence.
Publication #112: "Attitudes, values, and beliefs of mental health workers," by Burti and Mosher, in Epidemiologia E Psichiatria Sociale 12, no. 4, 227-232. Includes correspondence and other related materials.
Publication #114: "Treatment of newly diagnosed psychosis without anti-psychotic drugs: The Soteria project," by Bola, Mosher, and Cohen, in Mental Disorders in the Social Environment: Critical Perspectives, edited by Stuart A. Kirk (New York: Columbia University Press, 2003). Includes correspondence and related materials.
Unnumbered articles, alphabetical:
"At Issue: Predicting Drug-Free Treatment Response in Acute Psychosis from the Soteria Project," Schizophrenia Bulletin, Vol. 28, No. 4, 2002
"The Biopsychiatric Model of 'Mental Illness': A Critical Bibliography," The Rights Tenet, Spring 2001
"Crisis residential care for patients with serious mental illness," from Psychosis: Psychological Approaches and their Effectiveness
Dabeisein: Das Manual zur Praxis in der Soteria, Psychiatrie Verlag, 1994
Models of Madness, photocopies of several chapters by Mosher
"Schizophrenia," Today's Education, March 1971
"Soteria-California and its American Successors: Therapeutic Ingredients," Ethnical Human Psychology and Psychiatry, Vol. 6, Number 1, 2004
"Treatment of Acute Psychosis without Neuroleptics: Two-Year Outcomes from the Soteria Project," Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, Vol. 191, No. 4
Community Mental Health, Principles and Practice by Loren R. Mosher and Lorenzo Burti. W. W. Norton 1989. And 8 foreign translations
Psychotherapy of Schizophrenia. Edited by John G. Gunderson and Loren R. Mosher, 1975
Issues and Controversies in the Psychotherapy of Schizophrenia. Edited by John G. Gunderson and Loren R. Mosher, 1994 paperback edition
Models of Madness; Psychological, Social and Biological Approaches to Schizophrenia. Edited by John Read, Loren R. Mosher and Richard P. Bentall, 2004. Hardcover and paperback copies
Books with articles by Loren R. Mosher:
Community Care and Psychiatric Rehabilitation for Persons with Serious Mental Illness, edited by Jaap van Weeghel, 2002
Towards a Whole Society; Collected Papers on Aspects of Mental Health, edited by Ruth Terrington, 1985
Psychosocial Approaches to Deeply Disturbed Persons, edited by Peter R. Breggin and E. Mark Stern [volume 9, numbers 3 and 4, 1996 of the Psychotherapy Patient, a journal of attribute-focused practice]
R. D. Laing, Contemporary Perspectives, edited by Salman Raschid, 2005.
Coming off Psychiatric Drugs, edited by Peter Lehmann, 1998
Mental Disorders in the Social Environment, Critical Perspectives, edited by Stuart A. Kirk, 2005