Recovery from Cults: Help for Victims of Psychological and Spiritual Abuse
Michael D. Langone
W. W. Norton & Company, 1995 - Family & Relationships - 410 pages
Drawing upon the clinical expertise of professionals and the personal experiences of those formerly involved in high-intensity mind-control groups, this book is a comprehensive guide to the cult experience. Michael Langone and his colleagues provide practical guidelines for helping former cult members manage the problems they encounter when leaving cults.
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This is one of the better cult books I've read (and I've read a lot of them). Recovery from Cults is a collection of papers written by many different people -- some experts, some ex-members of high ... Read full review
I am so thankful for this book. It made sense of the chaos and devastation in my life and the life of those I love. It is such a new realizations that cults aren't just those that shave their heads and drink "the punch". I wish that the general public, therapist, law enforcement and gov't could grasp that reality. I wish that this book could get into all the hands of those that are tramped in church cults.
Introduction Michael D Langone Ph D
A Case Example
Reflections on Brainwashing
Eastern Meditation Group
An Exit Counselors Perspective
Guidelines for Clergy
Guidelines for Psychiatric Hcapitalization of Excultists
Guidelines for Support Groups
Guidelines for Families
Guidelines for Exmembers
Children and Cults
Ritualistic Abuse of Children in DayCare Centers
The Politics of Religious Apostasy: The Role of Apostates in the ...
David G. Bromley
Limited preview - 1998