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Lorna Goldberg, M.S.W., L. C. S. W., a therapist in private practice, has co-led a support group for ex-cult members with her husband, William, for over 25 years.  She is on the Board of Directors of ICSA and is Dean of Faculty, Institute for Psychoanalytic Studies, Teaneck, New Jersey.  Mrs. Goldberg has written extensively for social work and ICSA publications.

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Tel.: (201) 894-8515
From the '60s to the '90s: Changes We've Seen
Cultic Studies Journal, Vol. 8, No. 9, 1991
Psychotherapy with Ex-Cultists: Four Case Studies and Commentary, Cultic Studies Journal, Vol. 5, No., 2
Family Responses to a Young Adult's Cult Membership and Return
Lorna Goldberg, M.S.W. & William Goldberg, M.S.W.,
Cultic Studies Journal, Vol. 6, No. 1
Welcome and Introduction of conference theme, Psychological Manipulation: The Abuse of Women Conference Chair; Symposium - Treatment and Cults: What Works with Whom; Spouses in Cults; Families with Multi-Year Involvement
AFF Annual Conference: Psychological Manipulation: The Abuse of Women, May 1997, Philadelphia, PA
 
AFF Annual Conference: Children and Cults
May 29 - May 31, 1998, Philadelphia, PA

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Ω Conference 1997: PA Presenter
Ω Conference 2005 Madrid, Spain: "Mini-Workshop for Ex-Members I"
√ Video: "Theory and Treatment Issues" from May 1991 Conference: Mind Manipulation, Cults, and Domestic Violence

 

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