This timely collection of essays provides an overview of current approaches to understanding and treating cultic trauma. It is a clinical book, yet eminently readable and definitely appropriate for people who have experienced cultic abuse, their families and friends, researchers, scholars, and the public in general. This book is a remarkable compilation of models and therapy strategies. Drawing upon the contributors’ years of experience in working directly with those who were harmed by cults, this resource provides new developments in the counseling and research field.
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