(Please highlight any changes that you wish to make.Send a jpg photo if you wish.) a Professor at the Institute of Missiology and Ecumenical Theology, Faculty of Theology, Aarhus University. Villa, an intensive outpatient treatment program for former members of cults, high-demand groups, and relationships in Montgomery, Alabama. Adams-Weiss is a former Clinical Director of the Wellspring Retreat and Resource Center in Albany, Ohio, a residential rehabilitation center for ex-cult members.Ha publicado un libro y varios artículos sobre abuso psicológico en contextos grupales, involucración y abandono de grupos de manipulación psicológica y las consecuencias psicológicas de la pertenencia a estos grupos.Sus intereses investigadores incluyen también el estudio de la disciplina parental y la violencia psicológica e influencia en las relaciones de pareja. Strategic Analyst in the Cabinet for Security in the Catalan Home Affairs Department.He was also President and Chairman of The Dialogue Center, Denmark. Aagaard at the law office of then ICSA (known as American Family Foundation at the time) president, Herbert Rosedale. She has worked in a counseling capacity with former cult members for about 20 years.This seminar resulted in a special issue of Cultic Studies Journal (Vol. She was formerly employed at Auburn University in the Psychology Department.Current research project, funded by Vetenskapsrådet, deals with children in minority religions (2012-2015) with Liselotte Frisk and Sanja Nilsson.
She is currently working on articles for publication in professional journals and is a contributing author of a chapter in a textbook for mental health professionals, entitled Values and Ethics in Counseling: Real-Life Ethical Decision Making.Listed below are biographical sketches on some of the people who have published in ICSA periodicals or spoken at ICSA conferences.If you are listed here, please let us know if anything needs to be updated.Her lecture series focused on children born and/or raised in cultic groups with a special focus on issues of human rights.She has presented on cults, with a particular focus on second-generation adults (SGAs) at various mental-health agencies, universities, and at the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) annual conference in New Jersey. Allen gained a breadth of experience volunteering at the Cult Clinic of JBFCS in NYC for three years and has gone on to work as a therapist with former cult members in community mental health.
She is on ICSA’s Board of Directors, and is International Journal of Cultic Studies, Co-Editor.