Jun 1, 2017

Welcome to Intervention 101!

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If you are reading this, chances are you or a loved one are in a "cult" crisis or may be in need of help.

Our approach is designed to help you effectively respond to the complexity of a loved one's cult involvement.


We provide a Free Initial Evaluation - thirty-minute telephone consultation after reviewing your Background Information for Case Evaluation form.

To get started:

  1. completed Background Information for Case Evaluation,
  2. return signed Agreements and Release,
  3. Call to schedule Free Initial Evaluation (215-467-4939).

May 31, 2017

Our Process


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Our approach is based upon our philosophy designed to help families and friends understand and effectively respond to the complexity of a loved one's cult involvement.
  1. Initial Evaluation (free) (1) 
  2. Assessment (one-day) (2) 
  3. Preparation (Three-day) (3)
  4. Intervention/Mediation

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May 30, 2017

Step 1: Initial Evaluation (free)

Cult Intervention







We provide a Free Initial Evaluation - thirty-minute telephone consultation - preferably, after reviewing your Background Information for Case Evaluation form.

To get started:

  1. completed Background Information for Case Evaluation,
  2. return signed Agreements and Release,
  3. Call to schedule Free Initial Evaluation (215-467-4939).


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Rev: 01/01, 07/03, 8/04, 9/05,  4/06, 9/06, 12/08, 09/11, 11/12, 6/17 “Background Information For Case Evaluation”

Aug 18, 2016

Inner Experience and Conversion

Michael D. Langone, Patrick Ryan, Joseph Kelly
Cognitive therapy is similar to religious conversion in that both are associated with changes in a person's fundamental assumptions about the world, self, and others. These fundamental assumptions derive in large part from experience, rather than rational deliberation. In some conversions powerful inner experiences, whether manipulated ("outer generated") or not ("inner generated"), may cause a person to adopt new fundamental assumptions. Sometimes, a new set of experiences can cause a convert to reject the new assumptions and leave the group. The resulting disillusionment may cause serious adjustment problems. The impact and implications of inner experiences should be considered when trying to help former group members. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l-nYaiBVkHE



Mar 3, 2016

CultNEWS101: CultNEWS101: 239 articles added in February 2016

CultNEWS101: CultNEWS101: 239 articles added in February 2016



CultNEWS101: 239 articles added in February 2016

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Oct 8, 2015

11 times the world was supposed to end and didn't

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11 times the world was supposed to end and didn't

DINA SPECTOR
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October 7, 2015



It’s October 7, 2015.

This is the day the world will come to an end, according to a Christian group based in Philadelphia.

It looks like we’re all still here, though it’s probably not the last time we’ll be warned about earth’s annihilation.

Doomsday theorists and religious sects have been predicting The End for thousands of years.

Fortunately, all of these dates have come and gone uneventfully.

To maintain your faith that you’ll live to see October 8, we’ve compiled 11 other dates when the world was supposed to end and didn’t.