Editors: Lorna Goldberg, William Goldberg, Rosanne Henry, Michael Langone
“Decades of valuable and useful research and treatment experience are contained in these essays. Nothing comparable exists in current mental health literature. It will be the standard reference for treating cult victims for years to come.”
—Stephen Kent, PhD, University of Alberta
“Never before has there been so instructive a collection of information on cult-relevant treatment issues. This book should be in easy reach on the shelf of any clinician who provides such treatment.” —Robert Cialdini, PhD, Author of Influence and Pre-Suasion
“I have been looking forward to this book becoming a reality. At last, a comprehensive guide to recommend to students and professionals wishing to learn more about how to help those affected by abusive groups. Through the contributions of leading experts dedicated over the years to helping those harmed by a cult experience, the editors have done an outstanding job of bringing together accumulated knowledge and new insights on cult recovery. A must-read for students and mental health professionals interested in setting a high bar for further work with those who suffer.” —Carmen Almendros, PhD, Associate Professor in Clinical and Health Psychology, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain
This landmark 500-page book, with chapters from leading clinicians and researchers, describes the current state of the art in helping people adversely affected by a cultic dynamic, whether in a cult, mainstream religious denomination, psychotherapy, family, or other interpersonal relationship.
People are different, and different people will respond to the same environment in different ways. That is why the first clinical rule in working with former cult members and families is to remain flexible and not rigidly adhere to a clinical ideology. The chapters in this book reflect this attitude of openness, while describing how different experts approach the kinds of problems that might confront therapists working with former cult members and those with affected loved ones.
Though primarily aimed at helpers, the clearly written chapters of this 500-page book can help family members and former members of cultic situations, including those born or raised in such environments.
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Introduction: ICSA’s Recovery Focus - Michael D. Langone PhD
Helping Families and Loved Ones
Overview: Helping Families and Loved Ones - William Goldberg LCSW, PsyA
Working With Families - William Goldberg LCSW, PsyA
Conflict Resolution for Families in Distress - Patricia Millar PhD, PCC and Cristina Caparesi
Exit Counseling - Carol Giambalvo
Helping Former Members: Individual Psychotherapy Overview: Helping Former Members: Individual Psychotherapy - Lorna Goldberg LCSW, PsyA
Cults: A Natural Disaster—Looking at Cult Involvement Through a Trauma Lens - Shelly Rosen LCSW
Counseling Former Cultists: The Brief Intermittent Developmental Therapy (BIDT) Approach - Steve K. D. Eichel PhD, ABPP, CST
Mentalization Attachment Approach to Cult Recovery - Rosanne Henry MA, LPC
EMDR—Overview and Application With First- and Second-Generation Former Group Members - Leona Furnari MSW, LCSW
Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) for Former Members of High-Demand Groups - Madeleine Tobias MS, RN, CS
A Modern Psychodynamic Approach With First-Generation Former Cult Members - Doni Whitsett PhD, LCSW
The Role of Self-Care in Cult Recovery: Issues for Practitioners, Members, and Former Members of Cultic Groups and Their Families - Linda Dubrow-Marshall PhD, Reg. MBACP (Accred.) and Rod Dubrow-Marshall PhD, MBPsS
Helping First-Generation Parents and Second-Generation Children Heal the Impact of Cult Harm - Lorna Goldberg LCSW, PsyA
Overview: Support Groups - William Goldberg LCSW, PsyA
Support Group for Former Cult Members - William Goldberg LCSW, PsyA and Lorna Goldberg LCSW, PsyA
An Independent Faith-Based Approach to Support and Recovery Groups for Those Affected by Harmful Religious Environments - Patrick J. Knapp MA, PhD candidate
Recovery Workshops, Intensive Programs, and Residential Treatment Overview: Recovery Workshops, Intensive Programs, and Residential Treatment - Rosanne Henry MA, LPC
The Colorado Model Recovery Workshop - Carol Giambalvo and Nancy Miquelon LPCC
The Wellspring Program - Donna Adams-Weiss PhD, LPC, Ron Burks MA, MDiv, PhD,LMHC, Greg Sammons MEd, LPC, and Lois Svoboda MD, LMFT
Relational Psychoeducational Intensive—Time Away for Postcult Counselling - Gillie Jenkinson PhD, MA, UKCP-accredited
Residential Treatment Modality for Cult Trauma Survivors - Robert Pardon MDiv, ThM and Judy Pardon MEd
Special Issues and Research
Overview: Special Issues and Research - Michael D. Langone PhD
The Relational System of the Traumatizing Narcissist - Daniel Shaw LCSW
How to Approach Cultic Studies Research - Lois Kendall PhD
What the Research Tells Clinicians About Current and Former Cultic Group Members - Lois Kendall PhD
ICSA Bibliography: Papers Related to Clinical Work With Families and Former Group Members - Kristine Langone BSW
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ICSA organises specific workshops for ex-members of cults. It is also important to offer support and help for second-generation adults who were born and raised in cults. Workshops are carefully designed for specific needs because every experience is different.
If you look at the ICSA website you may find what you are looking for Dexter. Otherwise email them and they will put you in touch with someone doing that type of research.
All the best Dexter.
I just posted a helpful list in the topic, Recognising How Cultic Groups Operate, within the Brisbane Christian Fellowship > General subforum.
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