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Secular Captive Hearts, Captive Minds : Freedom and Recovery from Cults and Abusive RelationshipsOff-site Link by Madeleine Landau Tobias, Janja Lalich (Contributor), Michael Langone. "Former cult members suffer from fear, depression, confusion, low self-esteem, and post traumatic stress, whether they were in a group or in a one-to-one abusive relationship. 'Captive Hearts, Captive Minds' provides the hands-on help they need to recover from manipulation and mind control"
Christian Churches That AbuseOff-site Link by Ronald Enroth.
Secular Cults: What Parents Should KnowOff-site Link Subtitled "A Practical Guide to Help Parents With Children in Destructive Groups." By Joan Ross and Dr Michael Langone
Secular Exit Counseling: A Family InterventionOff-site Link Subtitled "How To Respond to Cult-Affected Loved Ones." Describes the process of exit counseling, a voluntary approach to helping cultists make informed decisions about their group affiliation. Exit counseling is the most effective alternative to the controversial process of deprogramming, which involves coercion. By Carol Giambalvo
Christian Exposing Spiritual Abuse: How to Rediscover God's Love When the Church Has Let You DownOff-site Link by Mike Fehlauer
Christian Healing Spiritual Abuse: How To Break Free From Bad Church ExperiencesOff-site Link by Ken Blue
Christian Out of the Cults and Into the Church: Understanding and encouraging ex-cultistsOff-site Link By Janis Hutchinson
Christian Recovery from Abusive GroupsOff-site Link by Wendy Ford
Christian Recovering from Churches That AbuseOff-site Link, by Ronald Enroth.
Secular Recovery from Cults : Help for Victims of Psychological and Spiritual AbuseOff-site Link Michael Langone, e.d.
Secular Releasing the Bonds : Empowering People to Think for ThemselvesOff-site Link by Steve Hassan
Christian The Subtle Power of Spiritual AbuseOff-site Link Excellent book by David Johnson and Jeff Vanvonderen. Summary of this insightful book.
Christian Twisted Scriptures: A Path to Freedom from Abusive ChurchesOff-site Link by Mary Alice Chrnalogar, Paul M. Howey (Editor), Stephen D. Martin (Editor)
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