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.
He has been a member of Free Minds of Minnesota since 1983 and served as the organization’s president for eight of those years.
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.
While an adjunct instructor at Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio in the Counseling program, Dr.
Adams-Weiss taught a class on cults and cult treatment and served as a media consultant for the university regarding cult-related issues.
She has been interviewed by numerous newspapers and radio and TV stations concerning cults.
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.
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Researcher in Religious Studies at Dalarna University.
Director of Studies at the Department of Sociology, Stockholm University and Co-founder of FINYAR (The Association for Research and Information on Alternative Spirituality), Sweden.
Ashley is currently serving as Outreach Coordinator for ICSA, on the Board of Directors for re FOCUS, and as an adjunct instructor at Middle Tennessee State University.