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Community Resources on Influence & Control
and Cult Recovery & Information Center (CRIC)


Janja Lalich, Education Director & Consultant
 
Established in 1996 by cult information specialist and author Janja Lalich, CRIC provides assistance and education to former cult members and other victims of psychological abuse. CRIC also offers consultation with and education for family members or friends of someone currently in a cultic environment or relationship to help them learn more about their situation and enhance communication with that person.
Ms. Lalich specializes in working with individuals or groups doing follow-up recovery work after an exit counseling intervention or after they have left the group or relationship. Ongoing monthly support group for former members. Individual, group, or family sessions available. Public lectures, educational seminars, and media interviews available. Ms. Lalich is coauthor of several books, including Captive Hearts, Captive Minds: Freedom and Recovery from Cults and Abusive Relationships, Cults in Our Midst, and 'Crazy' Therapies: What Are They? Do They Work? and author of numerous related articles.
Janja Lalich, Education Director & Consultant

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Resources

+ AFF News, 03.01: Lalich, Janja Ph.D.: "Crazy" Therapies: What are They? Do They Work? - The Therapeutic Relationship
+ AFF News, 03.03: Lalich, Janja Ph.D.: "We Own Her Now"
<< Community Resources on Influence
= Captive Hearts Captive Minds
^^ Cadre Ideal: Origins..Development...Political Cult
Captive Hearts Captive Minds
Lalich, Janja Ph.D.: "Repairing The Soul After A Cult Experience"
Lalich, Janja Ph.D.: "We Own Her Now"
Lalich, Janja, Ph.D.: "Individual Differences Affecting Recovery"
Lalich, Janja: "Evaluating Cult Involvement"
Langone, Michael: "Mind-Manipulating Groups Checklist"
Singer, Margaret, Ph.D.: "Crazy" Therapies: What Are They? Do They Work?"
Singer, Margaret, Ph.D.: "How United States Marine Corps Differ from Cults"
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√ Lalich, Janja: "Women Under The Influence"
√ Singer, Margaret: "'Crazy'" Therapies"
√ Singer, Margaret: "'Crazy'" Therapies"
√ Singer, Margaret: "Cults In Our Midst: Hidden Menace in Our Lives
√ Tobias, Madeline: "Captive Hearts Captive Minds: Freedom and Recovery from Cults and Abusive Relationships"
√ Video: "After the Cult: Recovering Together"
√ Video: "Cults Saying No Under Pressure"
√ Video: "Theory and Treatment Issues" from May 1991 Conference: Mind Manipulation, Cults, and Domestic Violence

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