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Dieter Rohmann, Dipl.-Psych


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Dieter Rohmann joined the "Children of God" in 1979 and left by himself 7 months later.  He worked for several years in Goa/India with western dropouts und drug-addicts. In 1984 he returned back to Germany, where he started to give talks on cults and mind control and started his work as a thought reform consultant. 

He worked in the cult recovery center "Johanneshof" near Bonn and helped to set up the now new recovery center "Odenwaelder Wohnhof". In the meantime he received his degree in Psychology and did several publications on "cults" in general. 

Today he has his own practice, does counseling with people who lost a loved one to a cult and accompanies cult members/ex-cult members on their way to personal freedom.

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