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2019


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ICSA: 2019 Annual International Conference Manchester, UK – July 4-6, 2019

Preconference Workshops, July 3, 2019
Who
The International Cultic Studies Association (ICSA) will conduct its 2019 Annual International Conference jointly with Info-Secte/Info-Cult of Montreal and with the Psychology of Coercive Control Masters Program and the Connected Lives Diverse Realities Research Group and Criminal Justice Hub at the University of Salford.
Conference Theme
Coercive Control and the Psychology of Influence across Comparative Contexts – Implications for Policy, Practice and the Criminal Justice Process
Video
Manchester Video
Registration
Online
Fax/Mail/Phone
Fees
Program
Agenda – Computers
Agenda – Phones
Preconference
Speakers
Abstracts
Details
Hotels
Meals
Getting There
Visas
Health Insurance
Cancellation
Financial Help
Email Messages
Conf. Committee
About ICSA Annual Conferences
ICSA’s annual conference is THE event in this field. The annual conference is typically three days in length with pre-conference workshops for former group members, researchers, mental health professionals, and educators.

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In: 2019, Conferences & Workshops

ICSA: A Workshop for Those Born or Raised in Cultic Groups or Relationships – April 26-28, 2019 – Chester, CT

Surviving and Moving On After a High-Demand Group Experience: A Workshop for Those Born or Raised in Cultic Groups or Relationships

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In: 2019, Conferences & Workshops

Moving On: Dealing With Family Members Who Have Caused Us Harm

Lorna Goldberg and Ann Stamler
This article is based on a presentation by Lorna Goldberg at ICSA’s annual Workshop for Those Born/Raised in Cultic Groups in Chester, Connecticut, in which she discusses each year the very difficult question of how we who were born or raised in cultic groups feel today about the people who caused us harm as we were growing up, especially our families. Her presentation has two goals: one is to identify the issues we face; the other is to suggest how we might address those issues. She does not offer answers; she offers a framework we can use to find what works for us.

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In: 2019, Counseling & Support

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