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Psychological Manipulation, cult groups, sects, and new religious movements


Suggestions for Legal or Law-Enforcemnt Professionals

Legal and law-enforcement professionals often become professionally interested in the cult phenomenon because a client consults them about one of the following:

A custody dispute in which one of the spouses is in a cultic group.

Child abuse issues related to a cultic group.

The possibility of filing a lawsuit against the group (e.g., to recover money given to the group; to seek damages). In such cases it is often wise to seek psychological consultation to help former members examine the possible emotional costs of litigation.

AFF has a number of resources specially designed to address these needs, including:


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