Born or Raised in Cultic Groups or Relationships
Born or Raised in Cults: Clinical and Developmental Aspects. Lorna Goldberg, LCSW, PsyA; Leona Furnari, MSW
Reflections on Being a "Blessed Child" in the Unification Church. Donna Collins.
Starting Out in Mainstream America. Livia Bardin (This book provides practical solutions for people with needs like: getting a driver’s license, finding a place to live, finding a job or job training, getting health care, finding your way around the legal system, and information about broader concepts like abuse and neglect, communications skills, relationships, parenting skills, aspects of mainstream culture like music, movies, and sports.)
A Workshop for People Born or Raised in Cultic Groups - Kelley McCabe, et al.
Childhood Adversity and Neural Development: Deprivation and Threat as Distinct Dimensions of Early Experience - Katie A. McLaughlin, Ph.D.,, Margaret A. Sheridan, Ph.D.,, and Hilary K. Lambert, B.S.
Growing up in the Culture of a Cult - Lorna Goldberg
Lessons Learned from SGAs About Recovery and Resiliency – Leona Furnari, et al.
Life After Centrepoint: Accounts of Adult Adjustment After Childhood Spent at an Experimental Community. Kerry Gibson, Mandy Morgan, Cheryl Wooley, and Tracey Powis
Moving On: Dealing With Family Members Who Have Caused Us Harm - Lorna Goldberg and Ann Stamler
Recovery for My Children and Myself - Gretchen Ward
"That's Not Me": Multigenerational Adult Leavers of Cultic Groups - Jill Aebi-Mytton
The following additional videos are available on ICSA's YouTube Channel
How to Choose a Therapist
Traumatic Narcissism: The Psychology of Cult Leaders
Post-Cult Spirituality: MeadowHaven
Getting Therapy After a Group Involvement
Anger, Rage, Pseudo-Personality, and Cults
First-Generation Parents; Second-Generation Children
Understanding Trauma Theory
Panel: Recovering Your Sexual Self After the Cult